Google And Microsoft support against Covid-19

Nowadays We All Hear That,2 Biggest Organizations of technology — Microsoft and Google — led by Indian American chief executives have pledged to support India in the face of a massive second wave of the Covid-19 pandemic raging across the country.Google CEO Sundar Pichai said on Monday that it has pledged ₹135 crore for medical supplies and organisations supporting high-risk communities.
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella has assured of aid in relief efforts and purchase of critical oxygen concentration devices.“I am heartbroken by the current situation in India. I’m grateful the US government is mobilising to help. Microsoft will continue to use its voice, resources, and technology to aid relief efforts, and support the purchase of critical oxygen concentration devices,” Hyderabad-born Nadella tweeted.
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The second Covid-19 wave has left hundreds of people dead as states struggle to deal with increasing caseloads amid a creaky hospital infrastructure. A shortage of oxygen supplies for patients in cities such as Delhi has also forced the government to import and move industrial production of the commodity towards medical needs.Google India country chief Sanjay Gupta said in a blogpost that it would support local governments during the crisis.“Our Google community and their fans.On Sunday, Amazon India also said it had joined hands with ACT Grants, Temasek Foundation, Pune Platform for Covid-19 Response (PPCR) and other partners to urgently airlift over 8,000 oxygen concentrators and 500 BiPAP machines from Singapore.All the organisations are working closely with the government to expedite the entry of these oxygen concentrators and BiPAP machines into the country, it said.