Wuhan the first city which recorded the first Coronavirus is free from lockdown after 76 days and links to the other world is now open according to BBC News. This is a key turning point and hope for the fight against the Coronavirus that has affected the world and put social and economical activities on a stand still. As the world comes together for a solution, individuals and government agencies has shown great support by donating relief materials and monetary donations.
Jack Patrick Dorsey an America programmer who is the Co-founder and CEO of Twitter and also the founder and CEO of square a mobile payment company. Jack has pledge to donate $1bn which is approximately one-third of his wealth in a bid to combat the Coronavirus pandemic. Jack’s pledge remains the highest private individual donation in the United States of America. Jack also made it known that the needs are increasingly urgent and would love to see the impact in his life time. “I hope this inspires others to do something similar. Life is too short, so lets do everything we can toady to help people now” Jack Tweeted.
This is not the first time Jack has shown his philanthropic work as at in 2016, he fully funded about 600 Missouri public school and he also donated $350,000 to a YouTuber that pledge to plant 20 million trees by the end of 2019.