Social media giant Facebook announced this week that it will take three steps to help India deal with the increasing number of Covid-19 cases. As announced, these new initiatives began with the raising of US$10 million in emergency funding. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg (Mark Zuckerberg) said He was considering everyone in India and hoped that soon the virus would get under control. Facebook is currently working with the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) to advise people on when to go to the hospital and will allocate $10 million for emergency response. The US$10 million is not donated directly to a third party but donated through various partner organizations, such as United Way, Swarth, I am Gurgaon, Hamquint Foundation, a strategic partner of the United States and India Forum is short for USISPF and Mumbai Project.
These organizations are used to provide basic medical services. A lie includes as many as 5,000 oxygen concentrators, BiPAP equipment, ventilators, and other hospital beds. In addition, the social media giant will also work with the Indian government so that they can start the Vaccine Founder tool on the platform provided by Facebook starting this week. To help users reach the closest vaccination center, the tool will be available in 17 different languages.
The Ministry of Health and family welfare will provide the tool to be downloaded along with the central location and opening hours. To help the people older than 46 years to get reg on the Cowin website a registration option with a link will be provided to them so that they can schedule vaccination appointments. If allowed by the company, this tool can be used through the Covid-19 exchange. In the future, Facebook will also cooperate with other United Nations organizations and support NGOs operating in India by providing them with advertising credits. …Just like Facebook’s vision.
This allows these groups to spread information through Facebook ads without spending any money. Finally, the Covid-19 information center on the platform will also include some basic guidelines issued by UNICEF in India to help people treat people infected with Covid at home in emergency situations. These instructions are still more visible and easy to access. In the information center. Not only Facebook but other Facebook applications (including Instagram) are used to post information on the Internet. So far, Facebook has helped India. On the other hand, due to the current situation, he has been criticized for deleting the post related to Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi (Narendra Modi). The company temporarily blocked the hashtag #ResginModi, and before restoring it, the company stated that the operation was wrong.