Apple plans to donate two million N95 respirator masks to hospitals in the United States, Vice President Mike Pence announced in a press briefing today.

MacRumors, By Frank McShan

© MacRumors | Apple Donating Millions of Masks to Healthcare Professionals in the U.S. and Europe
Apple has since elaborated on this announcement, noting that it is donating millions of masks for health professionals in the United States and Europe.
With personal protective equipment (PPE) supplies dwindling across the United States, hospitals are in dire need of masks, gowns, and more.
Apple has taken several initiatives to help combat the spread of COVID-19. It was recently announced that Apple would be closing Apple Stores until further notice and has committed $15 million to date for COVID-19 relief efforts
In addition, Apple Card customers are able to enroll in a program that will allow them to skip March payment without interest. It was also announced on Thursday that Apple has pledged a substantial donation to Italy's first responders and medical personnel.

Update: Apple CEO Tim Cook says Apple is donating millions of masks to health professionals in the United States and Europe.
This article was originally published by MacRumors.  
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