Alphabet, Google’s parent company, donates over $ 800 million to tackle the COVID-19 crisis.

Friday, March 27, Alphabet CEO Sundar Pichai, Google’s parent company, revealed that it will donate over $ 800 million. Go to funds that are used in the manufacture of pharmaceuticals to deal with COVID-19 and give advertising credits (It is a credit like money or units used for advertising) for governments, health organizations and businesses.

CEO Pichai added that the company is currently working with Magid Glove & Safety (the company manufactures and distributes protective equipment such as sterile gloves, respirator masks and others) to produce masks. 2-3 million pieces and will support the injection of money to increase the ability to produce life-saving medical equipment and personal protective equipment

COVID-19 has spread rapidly, with nearly 600,000 people infected worldwide and more than 27,000 dead. Being number one in the infection of more than 100,000 people and the deaths of more than 1,000 people, resulting in medical equipment shortage around the world, especially masks and respirators.

In addition, Google is also helping small and medium-sized advertising clients (SMBs) worldwide by providing $ 340 million in advertising credits. In order to alleviate the advertising revenue for the income until the end of 2020 and provide $ 250 million in advertising For the World Health Organization and various government agencies

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