BlaBlaCar launches the BlaBlaHelp application, which allows users to find an assistant among neighbours or offer their help during the coronavirus pandemic, RIA News reports.
The BlaBlaCar service has already about 2,000 assistants (“BlaBlaHelpers”) who advise other users through the online chat on the work of the service. The free mobile application connects BlaBlaCar users with neighbours who need help with buying essential goods. It is especially useful for those who are limited in mobility are in the zone of increased risk of different kinds of diseases. It is noted that the application was developed in a week. Today it is available as a beta version and can be downloaded for free on Android and iOS.