Second Donation To African Countries On The Way – Jack Ma

Jack Ma said he was donating 500 ventilators, 2000 suits and face masks, 2000 thermometers, one million swabs and extraction kits and 500,000 gloves to 54 African countries this time.

Founder of Alibaba Group, Jack Ma / Photo credit: i2.wp.com
Founder of Alibaba Group, Jack Ma / Photo credit: i2.wp.com

Founder of Alibaba Group, Jack Ma, has announced that he is sending a second donation of medical supplies to 54 African countries.

The Chinese business magnate, who has earlier made the first batch medical supplies donation to African countries, disclosed this via his official twitter handle on Monday.

Jack Ma said he was donating 500 ventilators, 2000 suits and face masks, 2000 thermometers, one million swabs and extraction kits and 500,000 gloves to 54 African countries this time.

He said. “Our second donation to 54 countries in Africa is on the way. That includes 500 ventilators, 200K suits & face shields, 2K thermometers, 1M swabs & extraction kits and 500K gloves.”

Nigeria got some medical supplies from Jack Ma’s first medical supplies donation two weeks ago.

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