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You may have read a lot of reports that wealthy people are moving to basements to protect themselves. Reduce the number of employees without notice and even remove yourself from the community in which you live During Kov 19, the offensive continued throughout the world .

But you shouldn't let that information make you think you're all bad and selfish. On the contrary, there are many billionaires who are coming forward to help their communities and other countries with their struggles. With the virus above.

NEW YORK, NY – SEPTEMBER 23: Executive Chairman of the Alibaba Group Jack Ma speaks during the "Valuing What Matters" panal discussion during the third day of the Clinton Global Initiative's 10th Annual Meeting at the Sheraton New York Hotel & Towers on September 23, 2014 in New York City. (Photo by Jemal Countess / Getty Images)

1. Jack Ma
The billionaire Jackma is the richest man in China and the founder of Alibaba Group. After Russia donated the mass to China in February, Ma responded by sending 1 million masks and equipment He also donated over 200,000 test kits to the Russian military, and he has also donated donations of test equipment. Other countries such as Japan, South Korea, Iran, the United States and China Other services in Africa.

2. Elon Musk
Tesla has halted all factory operations, except for a few key ones to reduce the spread of the Kovirus 19 And protect its employees. A week later, Chief Executive Eul Marsh publicly announced that a facility would be shifted to produce medical equipment that was in the process. But lacking in the United States.

3. Bill Gates
Through his philanthropy, Bill Gates promises to donate $ 50 million to explore vaccines that fight the disease. Yes. The recipients include 12 pharmaceutical and biotech companies looking for a vaccine, but the recipient must be Agree to keep vaccine prices affordable and accessible to all.