China's richest man Jack Ma gave $ 140 million to prepare Corona virus medicine

China's richest man Jack Ma gave $ 140 million to prepare Corona virus medicine

Jack Ma, China's richest man and founder of Alibaba e-commerce, has donated $ 14 million (1.4 million) to develop and fight the corona virus medicine. The money has been given by Jack Ma's Charitable Foundation. Of this, 5.8 million dollars will be given to two research organizations which are associated with the government. The remaining amount will be given for the prevention and treatment of the virus. This information has been given by CNN.

170 people died


In China, 170 people have died due to this disease and more than 7700 people have seen its infection.

Worry about this disease is also highest because no treatment is known yet. On behalf of CNBC, it has been said that Johnson & Johnson has expressed confidence that the drug of this virus can be developed. Apart from Chinese scientists, scientists of America are also working on this vaccine. However, it may take about six months to a year to make and launch the vaccine. Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the US National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, gave this information. Apart from this, Bittdance, Tencent and Baidu, the company of Tiktok Video, have announced a grant of $ 115 million, or Rs. 82 crores for the help, treatment and medicines of the patients. It has also been earmarked for a 1000-bed hospital being built in Wuhan.