Google CEO Sundar
Pichai and his Microsoft
counterpart Satya Nadella
support in India's fight
Google CEO Sundar Pichai and his
Microsoft partner Satya Nadella have
guaranteed help to India as the nation
wrestles with a desolating Covid
emergency that has squeezed its clinics
because of a lack of beds, oxygen and
India logged a record of 3,52,991 new
Covid contaminations in a day on Monday,
taking its complete count of COVID-19
cases to 1,73,13,163. The loss of life
expanded to 1,95,123 with a record 2,812
every day new fatalities, as per the Union
Health Ministry information.
"Crushed to see the demolishing 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 data," Indian-beginning
Google CEO Pichai said in a tweet.
In another tweet, Microsoft's Indian-starting
point CEO Nadella said that his
organization will keep on utilizing its assets
and innovation for aid projects and backing
for purchasing oxygen gadgets.
Nadella said he was "sorrowful" by the
current Covid circumstance in India.
"I'm sorrowful by the current circumstance
in India. I'm appreciative 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
focus gadgets," he said.
US President Joe Biden and Vice
President Kamala Harris have guaranteed
India and its kin of giving all help, including
critically sending vital clinical life-saving
supplies and hardware, to help the nation
battle the lethal Covid emergency.
Similarly as India sent help to the United
States as our medical clinics were stressed
from the get-go in the pandemic, we are
resolved to help India in its period of
scarcity, Biden said in a tweet.
The US is working intimately with the
Indian government to quickly send extra