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  • In the first weeks of the global health crisis, Mastercard helped establish and fund the COVID-19 Therapeutics Accelerator in partnership with the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Wellcome, The Chan Zuckerberg Initiative, the UK Government and others to help speed up the response to the COVID-19 epidemic by scaling-up treatments for deployment around the  world
  • Mastercard has committed $250 million in financial, technology, product and services support over the next five years to small businesses across the globe.
  • Through a partnership with Scholastic, Mastercard is making our Girls4Tech online curriculum for grades 3–7 available to parents and teachers looking for learning resources

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Adobe is implementing a number of customer-friendly programs intended to provide continued access to its products as the COVID-19 situation develops. 

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RenewPower has committed INR 20 crores to INR 20 Crores to COVID-19 relief in India. They have also distributed dry ration in more than 140 villages around ReNew Power sites, covering the following states: Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Tamil Nadu and Karnataka

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Google India provides features across its products to indicate the locations of hundreds of food and night shelters set up by the government across the country, accessible through Google Maps, Search, and Google Assistant.

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YouTube has launched a Coronavirus News Shelf on the YouTube Homepage, which provides the latest news from authoritative media outlets regarding the outbreak.

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PhRMA: New report shows nearly 260 vaccines in development, including dozens for COVID-19.

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Emerson has shifted manufacturing capacity in a key facility to accelerate production of printed circuit boards for ultrasonic welding equipment critical to manufacturing N95 face masks that protect healthcare workers.

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Learning science company McGraw-Hill is supporting faculty, teachers and students as they transition to online delivery of courses during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Uber Provides UberMedic Service To Assist Healthcare Providers in India.

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AWS is working with EdTech companies to provide infrastructure for education ministries, colleges, and schools in India and around the world to quickly deploy remote-learning platforms.

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HLL Lifecare Ltd., a Government of India enterprise, has floated a global tender for procurement of medical supplies related to COVID-19.

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Learning science company McGraw-Hill is supporting faculty, teachers and students as they transition to online delivery of courses during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Chart Industries has ramped up production to manufacture essential tanks for medical grade oxygen- an essential equipment in the fight against COVID19.

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Bloom Energy is pivoting its skilled manufacturing teams to refurbish ventilators. They are already on track to restore over 1,000 ventilators to assist in this crisis.

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Mahindra will retool Auburn Hills plant, make COVID-19 medical supplies. Additionally, Mahindra is distributing free meals to those workers in Oakland County after an employee who owns food trucks offered his assistance.

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Indian test takers can take advantage of a convenient and flexible way to take the TOEFL iBT test and GRE General Test from home, as ETS announced worldwide availability of these testing solutions on Thursday, April 2. These solutions offer test takers with a safe way to take these important tests during this unprecedented time, so that they can continue on their educational journeys.

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United is working to repatriate travelers who are stranded abroad in the wake of the COVID-19 crisis.

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Infosys Foundation Partners With Narayana Health City To Open 100-Bed Quarantine Facility for COVID-19 Patients

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PepsiCo India commits over 5 million meals and 25,000 COVID-19 testing kits.

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ITC has launched new sanitizer under the Savlon brand to tackle COVID-19.

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Tracker by Chase India on response of Indian and global corporates to the COVID – 19 Pandemic

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Wipro and Azim Premji Foundation commit Rs 1125 crore towards tackling COVID-19 crisis.

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Micron Foundation Donates 7.5 Crore Rupees to Support Indian Families, Health Care Professionals and Local Charities in Battle Against COVID-19.

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Workplace Health and Safety in the Age of COVID-19: Free On-Demand Webinar and Pandemic COVID-19 eLearning Courses by UL

Learn about important tips for illness prevention, training and how software can help you track at-risk employee groups

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SAP Letter to Customers Regarding Business Continuity issued on March 16, 2020

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Protecting Your Health

Johns Hopkins experts offer best practices for protecting your health, the health of others, and preventing the spread of coronavirus.