Pfizer donates USD 70 million worthCOVID-19 medicines to India.
The second wave of COVID19 took India under its cover, raising an emergency alert and a global concern. Pfizer employees received a mail from the company's chairman, which he later shared on linked in where he said, "We are deeply concerned by the critical COVID-19 situation in India, and our hearts go out to you, your loved ones, and all the people of India,"
Pfizer, a global pharma major, will be sending medicines that are used in India's COVID19 treatment protocol worth over 510 crores from its distribution centers in the US, Europe, Asia. Albert Bourla, the company's chairman, CEO said on Monday.
"We are committed to being a partner in India's fight against this disease and are quickly working to mobilize the greatest humanitarian relief effort in our company's history," Bourla said.
Source: India Today
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