Claire Atkinson13h ago / 6:22 PM UTCGoogle announced Friday it will offer $800 million in credits and financial aid to small businesses, academics, governments and the World Health Organization.The tech giant said in a blog post it would provide $340 million in Google Ad credits to small businesses with active accounts over the past year. The credits can be used for advertising goods and services until the end of 2020.“We hope it will alleviate some of the cost of staying in touch with their customers,” said Sundar Pichai, the chief executive of Google and its parent company, Alphabet.Advertising grants worth $250 million will also aid the World Health Organization and more than 100 government agencies in providing information about how to slow the spread of the virus.Tom Winter13h ago / 6:28 PM UTCThe latest stats from NYCNew York City now has more than 25,000 coronavirus cases and has had 366 deaths, according to the latest data from the city’s Department of Health and Mental Hygiene.The Friday numbers show that 50 percent of deaths have been people 75 years of age and older and another 25 percent were people between 65 and 74 years old. Ninety-seven percent of deaths have been cases where the


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