XM Donates to World Health Organization to Combat COVID19

In an attempt to alleviate the global pandemic caused by the coronavirus (COVID-19), XM made a generous donation to the World Health Organisation (WHO) on 18th March.

The coronavirus epidemic outbreak in December has rapidly reached unprecedented proportions, infecting over 200,000 people in over 160 countries and territories around the world by 17 March.

While medical researchers worldwide are working round the clock to find and test a vaccine for the life-threatening COVID-19, the whole world shows solidarity and helps to their best abilities.

In order to enable all individuals, institutions and corporations to unite and contribute to the global response efforts in combatting COVID-19, the World Health Organisation joined forces with the United Nations Foundation and the Swiss Philanthropy Foundation to launch a Solidarity Response Fund.

This is a time to act in solidarity and contribute to a noble cause that can save hundreds of thousands of lives. By donating to the Solidarity Response Fund, XM kindly invites all clients and partners to also help if they can.

If you would like to help, please contribute with your donation to the Solidarity Response Fund of WHO -> here.

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