App cab operators guild asks for Covid 19 guidelines
| Tuesday | 30th June, 2020
Kolkata: West Bengal Online Cab Operators Guild (WBOCOG) on Monday urged the Transport department to bring proper guidelines for Ola and Uber drivers in the wake COVID-19 pandemic.
The letter was submitted after two online cab operators were detected COVID-19 positive.
Nadeem Ahmed Baba, a resident of New Town, who drives both Ola and Uber cab, was tested COVID-19 positive on Thursday.
On June 25, he complained of uneasiness and went to a private hospital where he was detected COVID-19 positive.
Dipak Pandey, another online cab driver and a COVID-19 positive, is undergoing treatment at KPC Hospital, However, no medical aid has been provided to the drivers by the app-cabcompanies.
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