Coronavirus: TikTok donates Rs 100 crore to Indian medical staff
TikTok donated 400,000 hazmat medical protective suits and 200,000 masks to protect doctors and frontline medical staff in India
New Delhi: TikTok, the popular short-video social networking app has donated medical equipment and supply worth Rs 100 crore to India to fight coronavirus.
The supply includes 400,000 hazmat medical protective suits and 200,000 masks to protect doctors and frontline medical staff.
In the global fight against the spread of COVID-19, doctors and supporting medical staff are the heroes at the forefront of combating this pandemic. While citizens are practicing social distancing and staying at home as a preventive measure, India's medical personnel are working tirelessly to keep all of us safe and protected. As a result, our medical doctors and health workers are the most vulnerable and exposed to the virus. At times like these, their safety is of utmost priority, TikTok said in an official post.
“The Government of India has been making concerted efforts to contain the spread of the virus and through this donation we want to contribute towards this effort. With support from the Union Ministry of Textile, this essential gear, which meets the prescribed standards and guidelines, is being handed over to the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare,” the company said.
TikTok said that as a responsible organisation, committed to the safety and security of citizens in India, it is open to extending further support by way of additional donations in the coming days.