How to Find Food and Night Shelters Near You In India

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The Corona situation is far from over and the nation-wide lockdown in India has been extended till May 3. Amidst the turmoil, state governments and NGOs are operating food shelters and night shelters to help migrant workers and other economically weak sections sustain during the emergency, and Google is working with the government to make these facilities easier to locate.

If you want to help a fellow desperate citizen with the location of nearest food or night shelter, here is what you can do:

The feature works in both Hindi and English

Method 1: Call the Helpline number

Vodafone and Idea users can directly call on this number: 000 800 9191 000

This is Google Assistant’s Hotline, and after dialing the number, you may ask for “Food Shelters in . For instance, say, Food shelters in Aligarh’.

Also Check: How to Setup Arogya Setu App and Use for Covid 19 contact tracking

Method 2: Search in Google Maps

Or you can simply open Google Maps and check for ‘Food shelter’ and ‘Night shelters’ search shortcuts in the Explore bar at the top.

The service currently works in 31+ cities and Google is working on expanding it to more regions.

Also Read: How to get groceries delivered in Coronavirus Lockdown

To search in other cities, use “Food shelters in ” and “Night shelters in ” tabs.

You may also use Google Assistant and Google search directly to search for nearby food shelters and night shelters.

Deepak SinghDeepak Singh
Deepak has more than 8 years of experience in covering technology for several eminent publications in India. He currently leads an enthusiastic team of young writers at Smartprix and tries to uphold the highest quality standards.

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