YouTube offers $5 mn aid to Pakistan to fight against Coronavirus crisis
YouTube, video sharing tech giant has announced $5 million assistance for Pakistan to help battle against the crisis followed by Coronavirus pandemic.
YouTube’s CEO, Susan Wojcicki, in her letter to Prime Minister Imran Khan assures her effective measures and possible aid for Pakistan.
According to CEO Wojcicki, YouTube will fight against the virus through every possible means. She also underscored the need for joint efforts, saying that I have decided to support the country and the crisis faced by the people of Pakistan.
Earlier, Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates had lauded Pakistan’s efforts against the Coronavirus outbreak.
Bill Gates held a phone call with Prime Minister Imran Khan, saying that Pakistan has truly played its best part in protecting the lives of vulnerable people as well as showing off its best efforts to deal with the pandemic.
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