MUMBAI: The country is under turmoil because of the ongoing global pandemic- COVID 19. While the government has united its people to fight this deadly virus from spreading and the country is under a strict lockdown, it’s heartening to see organizations coming out in full support to extend support to local authorities to ease the situation.

Joining the league is the hospitality chain- The Byke Hospitality Ltd. that has approached local authorities and has offered its properties for quarantine facility, whenever the need arises. They are open to give any support the government may need and has already established one such quarantine centre at their Thane service apartment. The local authorities may use the service apartment if there is an increase in the number of patients needing quarantine facility.

The Byke Hospitality Ltd is a group of pure vegetarian hotels and resorts in India. Present in 21 strategic locations across the country, this leading chain of pure vegetarian hotels has informed the local authorities that they are open to give out the spaces for any relief activity at this time of COVID 19.  Not just that, this hotel chain understands the stress and difficulties that daily wage workers are going through and have come out in support of them as well. The Byke Hospitality Ltd has tied up with Lions Club and a body named ‘My Green Society’ and is extending support to daily wage workers by providing essential grocery items to the families of daily wage worker. The donation details can be derived through a call centre number and by visiting the website

Mr Anil Patodia, CMD, The Byke Hospitality Ltd said, " In these trying times of unprecedented crisis facing the nation, we at The Byke Hospitality have decided to do all we can to help our fellow countrymen. With exponential growth in number of patients needing quarantine facility and care, we have informed the local authorities that we are willing to convert our property spaces as full-fledged quarantine facility, whenever the need arises. We are also reaching out to the daily wage earners and helping them with essential items to help them survive with dignity in these trying times.”

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