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TikTok said it will donate $10 million to the World Health Organization‘s Solidarity Response Fund, which helps the WHO accomplish tasks such as sending essential supplies to frontline healthcare workers, making sure communities have access to the latest science-based information and accelerating efforts to develop treatments and vaccines.
TikTok president Alex Zhu said in a blog post, “In this time of global distress and concern about the impact of Covid-19, we’ve been inspired by people in towns and cities everywhere whose fundamental humanity is shining through when we need it most—people serenading across quarantined buildings; neighbors delivering food and medicine to those who cannot leave their homes; global outpourings of empathy and support for grieving families.