Google Company Offers The $800 Million to Pandemic-Impacted Businesses, Health Agencies

Google Company Offers The $800 Million to Pandemic-Impacted Businesses, Health Agencies

 

The Google Company on Friday pledged $800 million (roughly Rs. 5,990 crores) worth of support in response to the coronavirus pandemic for health organisations, researchers & businesses impacted by the crisis. The aid will come in the form of cash, ad credits, & cloud services from the California-based Internet colossus, according to chief executive Sundar Pichai.

 

Google Company are provide $250 million (roughly Rs. 1,872 crores) in ad grants to the World Health Organization & more than 100 other public agencies around the world providing information to stem the spread of the coronavirus, according to Pichai.

 

It Some $340 million worth of free advertising will be made available to small- or medium-sized businesses in Google's network that are taking financial hits as people stay home due to virus risk.

 

 

It will help to alleviate some of the cost of staying in touch with their customers, Sunder Pichai said in a blog post.

 

 

In the pool of $20 million (roughly Rs. 150 crores) world of credits for services hosted in the Google "cloud" will be available to researchers & academic institutions exploring ways to combat the deadly pandemic or that are tracking critical data about its spread. The Google Company are also match as much as $10,000 (roughly Rs. 7,48,800) in donations its employees make to organisations in their communities this year, increasing the amount from $7,500.

 

It will continue to help our communities -- including our businesses, educators, researchers, and nonprofits -- to navigate the challenges ahead, Sunder Pichai said.

 

Google has been pouring month into working with partners to ramp up production of protective gear such as face masks for health care providers

 

 

Alphabet divisions including Google

 

The Employees to Alphabet divisions including Google, Verily, and X are providing engineering, supply chain & healthcare are working with equipment makers to increase production of ventilators needed to keep some COVID-19 sufferers alive, according to Google Ceo Sunder Pichai.

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