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Samsung pledges USD 5 Million to India’s Fight Against Covid-19

As the situation worsens in India daily due to the effect of COVID-19, many global brands are donating the requirements to the country. The Korean giant – Samsung has donated USD 5 million (INR 37 Crores) to India to fight against the life-killing Coronavirus.

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Samsung has joined the India’s COVID19 fight, and it will also donate over USD 3 million to the Centre and Uttar Pradesh & Tamil Nadu states.

Furthermore, the company has said that it will uplift 100 Oxygen Concentrators, 3,000 Oxygen Cylinders, and one million LDS syringes from South Korea. All of these will be provided to Uttar Pradesh and Tamil Nadu.

Apart from these, Samsung will also cover 50,000 vaccination costs for employees and beneficiaries in India. This also implies to the people who work at Samsung Experience Consultants and electronics retail stores. Moreover, Samsung has also set up in-house facilities and teams to help their employees and families.

Back in April 2020, Samsung has already contributed over INR 20 crore to help India fight against the COVID-19. This amount was donated to the central and local administration in Noida. The company has also provided hospitals with the required medical equipment like Masks and Personal Preventive Equipment (PPE) kits.


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