Intel donates $1 million to support outbreak prevention and control in China

While major technology companies have come to their aid, PC giant Intel has also announced a donation to China’s outbreak prevention and control efforts. On January 29, Intel announced a $1 million donation to the International Committee of the Red Cross to support the prevention and control of the new Coronavirus outbreak in China.

It is understood that this contribution will support the Work of the International Committee of the Red Cross to provide the necessary medical supplies and treat infected patients.

Intel donates $1 million to support outbreak prevention and control in China

This isn’t the first time Intel has donated to China, and as early as 2003, during SARS, Intel donated 1 million yuan in cash and a 3 million yuan teleconferencing system to China.

In 2008, china’s southern continued large-scale cold rain and snow freezing disaster, Intel China and Intel Foundation to the Chinese Red Cross donated 1 million yuan to help the people in the disaster areas to tide over the difficulties.

In 2013, it also donated 10 million yuan to the earthquake-hit area of Ya’an, Sichuan Province.