Samsung India Contributes INR 2 Crore to Uttar Pradesh to Support the State’s Fight Against COVID-19

Published On Jun 20, 2020By Dipin Arora

Company has provided 10,000 Preventive Masks and 6,000 Personal Preventive Equipment (PPE) kits, Infra-red Thermometers and Air Purifiers to hospitals in Noida Samsung India has contributed INR 2 crore to the Uttar Pradesh State Disaster Management Authority to support the state’s fight against the Covid-19 pandemic. In addition to this, Samsung has also supported the local administration and community in Gautam Budh Nagar by providing hospitals with medical equipment required in the preventive drive against the pandemic. Samsung has provided 10,000 Preventive Masks and 6,000 Personal Preventive Equipment (PPE) kits to hospitals. PPE kits are an essential preventive healthcare utility and each kit includes: Surgeon Gown, Face Mask, Gloves, Preventive Eye wear, Hood Cap and Shoe Cover. The Company has also provided a large number of Infra-red Thermometers and Public Address systems as well as 300 Air Purifiers to help improve ambient air quality in medical facilities. Samsung also supported the local administration and local police in Noida in providing food packets to local communities. The UP Government will utilize these funds for Covid-19 related relief, containment and preventive measures to combat the pandemic in the state. Samsung has earmarked INR 20 crore to support the Central government as well as State governments in their fight against the pandemic. It recently contributed INR 15 crore to the PM CARES Fund. Samsung employees from across India also raised a voluntarily contribution of INR 1 crore from their salaries for the PM CARES Fund. Samsung, India’s most trusted brand, and the country’s biggest consumer electronics and smartphone maker has been a strong partner to Uttar Pradesh over the years, having set up its first manufacturing plant in the country in 1996, at Noida, Uttar Pradesh. This factory has grown over the last 24 years, and was transformed into the World’s Largest Mobile Factory in 2018.
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