Hyundai Motor Group has provided two of its training institutes as treatment centers for coronavirus patients with mild symptoms, according to information shared by the South Korean auto giant.
Hyundai also donated 5 billion won ($4.1 million) to the Korea Disaster Relief Association to help support efforts to fight coronavirus in the country.
Meanwhile, Hyundai Motor India has ordered coronavirus diagnostic kits from South Korea for 25,000 people and plans to deliver them to hospitals in India. Hyundai Motor America plans to donate a total of $2 million to 10 hospitals with drive-through coronavirus testing facilities.
South Korea has recorded more than 9,800 coronavirus cases, including 165 deaths.