Fighting Covid-19 crisis: Co-living firms open doors to health care staff

Some also rent out their premises to IT firms' employees

Oyo tries out co-living for growth, but will the biz model work in India?

The company has so far rolled out 150 beds for doctors, nurses, and ward boys in these properties

Saurabh Chittora, who’s treating coronavirus disease (Covid-19) patients at a government medical college in Kota, Rajasthan, gets done with his afternoon shift by 5.30 pm. The medical practitioner then leaves

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First Published: Apr 11 2020 | 10:56 PM IST

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