Japan’s multinational company Sony Corporation has announced a $ 1 million fight against the Corona government of India. Due to the second wave of Corona, India’s health system has completely collapsed. There is a shortage of medicines in the country. Beds are not available in hospitals. In such a situation, Sony’s contribution is very important.
Sony India has announced its contribution through Twitter. In its statement issued by the company, it has said that in view of the increasing cases of Coron in India, it has decided to donate one million dollars through Sony Global Relief Fund for COVID-19. The funds will be used for medical, oxygen, PCR testing, purchase of machines and other relief activities through the United Nations Childrens Fund (UNICEF) and other organizations.
This statement further states that in April 2020, Sony Group has set up the Sony Global Relief Fund for COVID-19 Fund to support the fight against Covid-19. Since its inception, it has been involved in all kinds of relief work. Sony Group is committed to contributing with its partners and stake holders in the fight against Corona all over the world.
So far, many foreign companies have come forward to cooperate with India in the fight against Covid. These include companies such as Google, Apple and Walmart. Apart from this, many of its large industrial conglomerates in India are supporting the Government of India on their behalf to deal with the Covid infection.
In India, Sony Pictures Networks operates several channels like Sony, Sub TV, Set Max. He also has a joint venture with BBC Earth. Sony also broadcasts the show through a joint venture called Sony BBC Earth. Sony Pictures Networks Productions (SPNP) is the company’s film production utin.
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