Didi establishes US$ 10 million overseas anti-epidemic fund

Didi announced today that since the outbreak, it has invested more than RMB300 million special anti-epidemic funds in China.
It is used to guarantee the services of car-hailing, install protective films, purchase anti-epidemic materials such as disinfectants and masks for drivers, and provide new drivers and passengers with special insurance for the pneumonia.

Didi announced today that since the outbreak, it has invested more than RMB300 million special anti-epidemic funds in China.

It is used to guarantee the services of car-hailing, install protective films, purchase anti-epidemic materials such as disinfectants and masks for drivers, and provide new drivers and passengers with special insurance for the pneumonia.

In other countries around the world, Didi has set up a US$ 10 million special aid fund, covering Brazil, Mexico, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Panama, Australia and Japan, to help drivers and riders affected by the new coronary pneumonia epidemic.

In addition, Didi also said that it will continue to provide flexible employment opportunities such as ride-hailing drivers, driver drivers, ride-hailing owners, bicycle operation and maintenance, errands, and takeaways worldwide.

Disclaimer: This is an article created by Michael Liang for Chinasdg.org. You can find the original article here: https://chinasdg.org/2020/04/27/didi-establishes-us-10-million-overseas-anti-epidemic-fund/.

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