TikTok donates US$6mil to Covid-19 medical workers in Indonesia

  • China
  • Friday, 10 Apr 2020

JAKARTA (The Jakarta Post/ANN): Chinese video sharing platform TikTok, which has gained popularity among young Indonesians, donated Rp100 billion (US$6.28 million) to medical workers on the frontlines of the country’s battle against Covid-19.

"During this difficult time, we are committed to providing support globally [...] including by donating Rp100 million for the government of Indonesia to buy protective equipment for medical staff working on the frontlines in the battle against the coronavirus pandemic," Donny Eryastha, the head of public policy for TikTok Indonesia, Malaysia and the Philippines, said on Thursday (April 10).

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