Apple’s Tim Cook and Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg donate ‘millions of masks’ – Daily Mail

Apple’s Tim Cook and Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg donate ‘millions of masks’ – Daily Mail

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Bosses of some of the world's most high-profile technology companies are pledging their support to fight the coronavirus pandemic by providing medical supplies.  Apple CEO Tim Cook and Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg have each committed to donating millions of masks to healthcare professionals.  In a tweet, Mr Cook said Apple's masks would be sent to workers in both the US and Europe.  Mr Zuckerberg said Facebook is giving away its emergency reserve of 720, 000 masks to health workers which it accrued last year during the California wildfires.  He said the company is also 'working on sourcing millions of more to donate'. It comes as the global infection level approached 350, 000 and COVID-19 fatalities nears 15, 000 worldwide.   Scroll down for video    In a tweet, Mr Cook , pictured here last year with US president Donald Trump, said Apple's masks would be sent to healthcare workers in both the US and Europe Mr Zuckerberg, pictured here last year, said Facebook is giving away its emergency reserve of 720, 000 masks to health workers which it accrued last year during the California wildfires ....


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