Companies shift their practices to fight COVID-19


The coronavirus is one of the world’s biggest modern tragedies. However, as the world is struggling in every aspect, we have been witnessing a humanitarian cooperation in the business world, which has created a sense of collaboration.

Ever since COVID-19 began spreading across the globe, panic over hand sanitizers, masks and ventilators have been on the rise. For that reason, companies around the world has stepped up offering efforts to help.

This has been witnessed by several well distinguished companies such as:

-Ford- who promised to build 50, 000 ventilators within 200 days to help combat COVID-19 as the numbers of diagnosed individuals have become alarming.

-LVMH-The French luxury goods manufacturer, which manufactures perfumes by Dior, Givenchy and Moët & Chandon champagne has began its efforts to turn out 12 tons of free hydroalcoholic gel for Hospitals in France.

-Starbucks-As most Starbucks stores are operating only under take our and delivery, Massachusetts have decided to make use of the store space for a good cause, and that is to sue masks as a way to pitch in and serve the community.




By: Lana Fadel

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