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Google commits over $800 million for coronavirus crisis response

March 30, 2020 / By Christopher Carbone | Fox News

Google is committing over $800 million to support health organizations and workers, small- and medium-sized businesses, and governments, to battle the global coronavirus pandemic.

The tech giant’s CEO Sundar Pichai made the announcement on Friday.

“Together, we’ll continue to help our communities—including our businesses, educators, researchers and nonprofits—to navigate the challenges ahead,” Pichai said in a press statement.

The initiative includes $250 million in ad grants to help the World Health Organization and more than 100 government agencies globally provide critical information on how to prevent the spread of COVID-19 and other measures to help local communities — a significant increase from the company’s previously announced $25 million commitment last month.

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