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Samsung India pledges Rs 20 crore for COVID-19 relief efforts

by Rahul Chauhan
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While India is fighting the corona virus crises, Samsung India pledged a contribution of Rs 20 for relief efforts on Tuesday. In addition, the company will donate Rs 15 crore to the PM Cares Fund and Rs 5 crore to the states of Uttar Pradesh and Tamil Nadu to combat the crises.

The company also said its employees across India are putting together their personal contribution and that the company will match the employee contribution and donate the total amount to the PM Cares Fund in the coming weeks. “We also support authorities in hospitals and other facilities by providing a wide range of infrared thermometers and public address systems. In addition, air purifiers essential for improving air quality in medical facilities are provided,” read an official statement.

To address the coronavirus, Samsung has extended support to the local government and community in Noida, where the company has provided hospitals with medical equipment necessary for the preventive control of the coronavirus. (ANI)

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