MUMBAI : The Tata Group Tata Trusts and Tata Sons is the latest to join the fight against coronavirus and will together donate ₹1500 crore towards coronavirus relief fund, chairman Ratan Tata announced in an Instagram post on Saturday.

The fund will be utilized for providing protective equipment to medical personnel, respiratory systems for treating increasing cases, testing kits to ramp up testing in the country and setting up treatment facilities for those who have already caught the virus. The group has also said that it will train health workers and the general public to empower them against coronavirus.

“Urgent emergency resources need to be deployed to cope with the needs of fighting the COVID 19 crisis, which is one of the toughest challenges the human race will face," Ratan Tata said in his post.

Tata joins any semblance of Mukesh Ambani and Anand Mahindra to give help measures to battle against Covid-19. 

Ambani's Reliance Industries Limited (RIL) on Monday said it has offered beginning help of ₹5 crores to the Maharashtra Chief Minister's Relief Fund to help handle the Covid-19 episode. 

The organization additionally said it is boosting creation abilities to deliver 100,000 face-covers day by day and countless individual defensive hardware (PPE, for example, suits and pieces of clothing, for the nation's wellbeing laborers to help them in their battle against the test presented by the pandemic. 

RIL's Sir H. N. Dependence Foundation Hospital in a joint effort with Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC), has additionally set up a devoted 100-bed focus at Seven Hills Hospital in Mumbai for patients who test positive for Covid-19.

The Mahindra Group, on the other hand, is working on making available ventilators that are crucial to the healthcare of Covid-19 patients. The group has also offered Mahindra Resorts as a care facility for Covid-19 patients.

Several FMCG companies including ITC, HUL, and Godrej among others have also pledged help to help the government.

The number of the novel coronavirus, or Covid-19, cases had crossed 900 in India with the death toll rising to 19, according to the Union Health Ministry.
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