We have seen everyone doing something that can help others in this Coronavirus Crisis. A few weeks ago, iPhone manufacturer Foxconn announced that they will start making COVID-19 Protection masks to ensure their workers health. Afterward, Xiaomi & Oppo also debuted their masks. China’s mega-giant E-Commerce site Alibaba was so generous that it sent tons of supplies to Europe. The company’s founder & successful Entrepreneur Jack Ma also donated millions to coronavirus protection organizations.
Razer set to make contributions as well
Today, we have news that Razer will be making surgical masks. These masks will be completely free, and all of them will be donated to health authorities and people in need around the world. Razer CEO Min-Liang Tan first announced it on facebook saying “
“We intend to donate up to 1M masks to the health authorities of different countries globally. For starters, we’ve been in touch with the authorities in Singapore (where Razer SEA HQ is based) to donate some of the initial shipments to assist their fight against COVID-19.
The rest of our Razer global/regional offices will also be reaching out to their respective governments/health authorities to see how we can prioritize our support and donations of surgical masks in the various countries and regions where we have a presence.
Min-Liang Tan also requested everyone support each other and follow the rules issued by the government. He also wrote that Some Countries have even banned the export of masks in the face of the dire shortage, which is why everyone has to step up. Lastly, all Razer stores in London, Las Vegas, and San Francisco will be closed.
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