One of the biggest tech company Microsoft’s CEO Mr. Satya Nadella has announced on Wednesday to use their resources to provide oxygen and beds to support the pandemic relief efforts in India. They have committed to support India fighting against the COVID-19. The Microsoft CEO Mr. Satya Nadella has stated that ” We have committed to using our resources to support India fighting against the COVID-19 outbreak and we will collide with our business partners across the country chamber to provide the urgent medical supplies”. A recent announcement has come up from Mr. Nadella where he stated that

Microsoft To Use Resources to Support Covid Relief Efforts in India

“It is heartbroken to see India in this condition struggling with the coronavirus and lacking behind the sources. I would be grateful to mobilizing the help that U.S Government took initiative for. Microsoft will help people with its resources and technology to aid relief and will support to purchase of oxygen concentration devices at an affordable price. We understand the urgent requirements of oxygen and India is struggling with the second wave of a pandemic where more than 3,00,000 new coronavirus cases registered. Microsoft took the initiative to help India and

raised the fund more than $3 million from their employees. There is a software giant to match the amount of $6 million donates to India’s relief efforts”. Microsoft has;t disclosed whether they will donate the fund to the state government of India or the fund will go to nonprofits and other organizations handling the funds for COVID-19 relief. Microsoft has also announced that they are working with the companies to provide the 25,000 oxygen concentrations also. There are 11 locations in India where Microsoft’s offices are located and thousands of employees are working there. The company is making efforts to help people

struggling with this pandemic. Mircosoft President Mr. Brad has also stated that “we have also seen India facing problems fighting with this coronavirus and it has impacted the country in a second wave. We have also seen the devastating impact on our company employees as well and we will help as much as we can. We will provide our sources and technology to India” The country has registered more than 3,00,000 cases till now and hospitals are running short of beds and oxygen. The initiative has already been taken and soon the sources will start to provide. To know more about this article stay connected to us.

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