Yango, a top trip-hailing application in Ghana has introduced a 30% discount for all journeys to and from picked hospitals to simplicity the stress of frontline well being staff in Accra.
Starting Thursday, the discounted applies quickly on all Yango outings to and from the picked hospitals as the 14-working day lockdown enters working day 4.
Kadotien Soro, Standard Supervisor for Yango West Africa, said, “Yango sees how wellbeing workers on the frontline are producing a variance, and continue to put their life on the line.
“In the wake of a pandemic and a nationwide lockdown, cost-effective obtain to health care is important, so we believed it intelligent to move in.
“We believe that that by featuring to make excursions far more affordable to the selected destinations of do the job, they will get to enjoy ease and comfort at an reasonably priced rate as they lead in the fight towards the pandemic”.
He stated the enterprise understands that help for wellbeing staff is really significant.
Yango’s initiative is aimed at generating harmless transport accessibility to all individual to and from health and fitness amenities through the lockdown, Mr Soro included.
The listing of chosen hospitals throughout the money are:
Greater Accra Regional Hospital
Law enforcement Hospital
Nyaho Medical Middle, Airport
Nyaho Medical Centre, Accra Central
La Standard Hospital
37 Navy Hospital
Danpong Medical Center
Korle Bu Teaching Hospital
Weija/Gbawe Municipal Hospital
Believe in Clinic, Oxford Road, Osu
Have confidence in Professional Medical center, Kuku Hill, Osu
Lapaz Community Hospital
Tema General Clinic.
Yango encourages healthcare employees who commute between these services are encouraged to just take edge of the discount give in this era of social distance.
“For sufferers and their guests, these discount contributes to making life-changing trips out there and reliable.
“Drivers of Yango partners have been instructed on protective actions for on their own and their riders. Also, for every the new laws, they carry up a maximum of two travellers to hold the social distancing directive,” Mr Soro explained.