The product is "dedicated to first responders working to support our communities" https://t.co/Urtv3Hfffq— Vulture (@vulture) April 1, 2020
Since today is April 1st and ain't nobody in the mood for pranks, here's some positive news. Evil suppliers have either given states who need equipment, faulty ventilators or are over charging the prices on emergency gear. These companies have donated to the people in the front-lines who are fighting the virus.
Kylie Jenner has partnered with Coty Inc, a major stakeholder in her skincare and cosmetic lines, to manufacture custom hand sanitizer for southern California hospitals.
Tesla is shipping FDA-approved ventilators to hospitals around the world for free during the coronavirus pandemic https://t.co/aeTrP5Ts8x— Business Insider (@businessinsider) April 1, 2020
Tesla is shipping FDA-approved ventilators to hospitals around the world for free during the coronavirus pandemic.
Cook, who was born in Mobile and raised in Baldwin County, announced the tech company is donating millions of medical masks to health care workers on the front lines fighting COVID-19.https://t.co/TIElq9PxDN— ABC 33/40 News (@abc3340) March 29, 2020
Alabama-native and Apple CEO Tim Cook donated 200,000 medical masks to Alabama's health care workers on the front lines fighting COVID-19.
source= https://twitter.com/businessinsider/status/1245356405214908418 & https://twitter.com/abc3340/status/1244407804871487488 & https://twitter.com/vulture/status/1245360289291345924