P&G steps up amid COVID-19 outbreak

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CINCINNATI — Procter & Gamble Co. said it is making a commitment to use its innovation, marketing and manufacturing expertise to directly support its communities, families and other people for the greater good amid the COVID-19 outbreak.

Here’ is what P&G is doing:

  • Installing new lines to start production of hand sanitizer in five manufacturing sites around the world to ensure its people can continue operating safely and sharing it with hospitals, health authorities and relief organizations.
  • Working to produce critically needed face masks at nearly a dozen P&G manufacturing sites around the world, currently up and running already in China with teams working to install capacity in North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Middle East and Africa.
  • Working to maintain the production, distribution and availability of all its brands, not only for consumers but also for medical professionals and first responders who are on the front line of the battle against COVID-19.
  • Donating millions of products from 30 brands in more than 20 countries, with more on the way as P&G works with communities around the world to understand how best to serve them.
  • Partnering with some of the world’s leading relief organizations including the International Federation of the Red Cross, Americares and Direct Relief, and key regional organizations.

Click here  to read the latest update from David Taylor, chairman of the board and chief executive officer of P&G, to understand the totality of P&G’s efforts during this crisis. In addition, more details are available on



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