Patona Updates

TEAM PATONA – WE’VE GOT YOU COVERED!

Healthcare of people is of paramount importance today with the second wave of the pandemic hitting hard across the nation. We at Patona, as a part of our COVID CARE initiative have taken few steps necessary to keep our employees feel safe and protected amidst the prevalent challenges in India.

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GET VACCINATED – THE COST IS ON US!

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We encourage all our employees to get vaccinated at the earliest. We shall reimburse the cost incurred by our employees while getting themselves and their immediate family members vaccinated.  

FEELING SYMPTOMATIC? GET A RT-PCR TEST DONE

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We urge our employees to not prolong the wait if they are feeling symptomatic and get the RT-PCR test done. The cost of RTPCR tests done on our employees will be reimbursed by the company.

WORRIED ABOUT LEAVES GETTING EXHAUSTED? DON’T!

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These are unprecedented times and we understand the critical care required for the patient and troubles a person goes through when a loved one is sick. Our employees need not apply for the leave taken to take care of their children, spouse, sibling or dependent parent who are infected by COVID. These days will NOT be counted as leaves.

All of the above are addition to our work from home policy which prevents our employees that we’ve adopted since 2020. Team Patona prays and hopes that we all get past this as soon as possible and move in unison towards a COVID-Free world.

A REQUEST TO ALL

Stay safe, stay at home, get vaccinated at the earliest and step out only in case of emergencies. If you have to step out - wear a mask, maintain social distancing and wash/sanitise your hands regularly.

Stay empathetic to ones affected by the virus and help in the safest manner you can. Show respect to the frontline warriors like doctors, nurses, policemen and all others who are working tirelessly to saving lives and taking care of ones infected.  Remember, we’re in this together.