Fri. Jan 28th, 2022

Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba will send medical products to Cuba and 23 other countries in Latin America and the Caribbean to support the fight against Covid-19, whose pandemic today keeps the world in check.

Its founder Jack Ma said on Twitter that the aid package consists of two million masks, 400,000 diagnostic reagents and 104 ventilators for those territories. “A single world, a single struggle,” wrote the businessman, adding that they will promptly transport the cargo to the largest of the Antilles, Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Ecuador, the Dominican Republic and Peru, among other states in that region.

The Alibaba Foundation prepared similar donations Aside from Latin America and the Caribbean, Jack Ma and the Alibaba Foundation prepared similar donations for nations in Asia, Africa, Europe and the United States in recent days.

Similarly, they did so at the height of the Covid-19 crisis in China, where the respiratory condition erupted last December. The Asian giant’s government is also preparing a shipment with medical supplies for the Latin American and Caribbean territories. Cuba will receive these contributions, along with that of the community of compatriots residing in China and those of various companies in this country with which it maintains historical ties of exchange.


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