27th April, 2021
India is struggling with the second wave of Covid-19. Meanwhile, prominent leaders and industries from all over the world have come forward to help India. In this series, Apple CEO Tim Cook has announced that the tech giant will provide assistance and relief to India. "Our condolences go out to medical personnel, the Apple family, and everyone who is coping with this pandemic at this stage," Cook tweeted. Apple will take measures related to support and relief on the ground. ''
The second wave of Kovid-19 in India is getting more serious every day. 3.52 lakh new cases of Kovid-19 were reported in India on Monday. This figure shows the largest increase in new cases a day since the onset of this epidemic.
Earlier, Indian-American CEO Satya Nadella of Microsoft and Sundar Pichai, CEO of Google, had pledged to help India.
Nadella wrote on Twitter, "I am deeply saddened by the current state of India. I am thankful that the Government of America has come to the aid. Microsoft will continue to use its strength, resources, and technology to speed up relief measures and help purchase critical oxygen construction devices. ''
Meanwhile, given the current circumstances, Pichai tweeted, "I am very sad to see the Kovid crisis deepening in India." Google and Googlers are providing Rs 135 crore for medical supplies to GiveIndia and Unicef, organizations that help high-risk communities. Apart from this, grants are being given to help in the dissemination of necessary information. ''