After Google and
Microsoft, Apple CEO Tim
Cook has support to India
amid the Covid crisis
After Google and Microsoft, Apple CEO
Tim Cook has stretched out its help to
India as the Covid-19 emergency in the
nation is extending.
"In the midst of a staggering ascent of
Covid cases in India, our musings are with
the clinical specialists, our Apple family and
everybody there who is battling through
this terrible phase of the pandemic. Apple
will give to help and aid ventures on the
ground," Cook said in a tweet.
This comes not long after Google and
Alphabet CEO Sundar Pichai and Microsoft
CEO Satya Nadella reported to help Covid-
Google has reported Rs 135 crore ($18
million) to help get pressing clinical
supplies, including oxygen and testing
types of gear, for India that is right now
going through a staggering Covid wave.
The gift incorporates two awards from
Google.org, Google's altruistic arm,
totalling Rs 20 crore.
Pichai tweeted: "Crushed to see the
deteriorating Covid emergency in India.
Google and Googlers are giving Rs 135
Crore in financing to @GiveIndia,
@UNICEF for clinical supplies,
organizations supporting high-hazard
networks, and awards to help spread basic
Then again, Nadella said that the
organization is preparing its assets to help
the Covid-desolated country.
In a tweet, Nadella said that he is
appreciative the US government is
activating to help.
"I'm grief stricken by the current
circumstance in India. I'm thankful the US
government is preparing to help. Microsoft
will keep on utilizing its voice, assets, and
innovation to help aid projects, and
backing the acquisition of basic oxygen
fixation gadgets," Nadella tweeted.
India is going through its most troublesome
second in the pandemic up to this point.
Day by day Covid-19 cases keep on
setting record highs, with medical clinics
completely filled and needing dire supplies
to adapt to the expanding number of