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B’luru-based firm launches helpline for COVID related legal queries


Team Udayavani, Jun 22, 2021, 7:26 PM IST

Bengaluru: To assist people with legal issues related to COVID-19 lockdown, vaccination, among others, Bengaluru-based organization Nyaaya has started a ‘COVID Legal Helpline’.

The helpline is also equipped to answer queries related to availing compensation for COVID-19 deaths and cases of medical negligence.

The helpline is operational in four languages including Hindi, Kannada, and Odia.

Nyaaya has collaborated with various non-government organizations, civil society organizations as well as professionals who provide comprehensive information on various legal topics.

It can be accessed via Whatsapp, a form on the official Nyaaya website, Facebook (@Nyaaya – English, Hindi, Kannada), Twitter (@NyaayaIN), Instagram (@nyaayaorg), Quora, Koo and LinkedIn.

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