Help continues to pour into India for its fight against the second wave of Covid-19. Indian American billionaire businessman Vinod Khosla has pledged $10 million to online donation platform GiveIndia and hoped others would join. "There are large and very urgent needs & a day's delay costs lives. One day at one hospital without oxygen had 8 people die gasping for breath," he tweeted.French IT firm Capgemini has committed Rs 50 crore. This fund, it said, will be used to build Covid care ICU facilities, oxygen generation plants, other long-term medical infrastructure and provide relief operations.German software firm SAP is doubling its commitment by adding another €3 million for a total of €6 million to the Covid-19 Emergency Fund. Of this new donation, €1 million will go to Covax, the vaccines pillar of the Access to Covid19 Tools (ACT) Accelerator. Kulmeet Bawa, president of SAP India, and Sindhu Gangadharan, SVP of SAP Labs India, are said to be actively leading the relief effort.State Bank of India (SBI) has allocated Rs 71 crore to undertake various Covid-related initiatives. The bank has dedicated Rs 30 crore to set up 1,000-bed makeshift hospitals, 250-bed ICU facilities and 1,000-bed isolation facilities across some of the worst hit states. These facilities would be set up in collaboration with government hospitals and municipal corporations. The bank will also contribute Rs. 10 crore for genome-sequencing equipment / lab and vaccine research equipment / lab to the government.