On the morning of October 15, 2020, the Fatherland Front Committee - Da Nang City received the medical supplies package including 15,000 Mebilook high-class medical masks and 100,000 mask hooks to support the people of Da Nang in Covid-19 prevention.
The medical supplies support package was donated by Copper Mountain Energy Company (CME) and Mitani Sangy Group - Japan.
At the ceremony, Mr. Bui Trung Kien - General Director of Copper Mountain Energy Company (a leading investment company in renewable energy project development, aiming towards sustainable development) said: "In these days, when the negative impact of the 19 Covid pandemics is still causing consequences for the national economy, in the Central region, including Da Nang city, people continue to struggle with storms and floods. We hope to offer our support to the Da Nang city and the Central Vietnam people."
According to Mr.Kien, in quarantine areas for Vietnamese citizens arriving from abroad, in hospitals and airports in Da Nang, people are in desperate need of medical supplies for the prevention of the pandemic.
Following the guidance and the urging of President Nguyen Phu Trong and the donating campaign to support the fight and prevention against the Covid-19 epidemic by Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc, CME Company and their Japanese partner joined hands to donate 15,000 premium medical masks Mebilook and 100,000 ear-comforting mask clasps, hoping that through the Danang city Fatherland Front Committee, these essential medical supplies will support the people of Danang in these trying times.
Reportedly, In the early days of fighting against the Covid-19 epidemic in Vietnam, when masks in Vietnam were still extremely scarce, CME Company was active in the activities of donating medical supplies to support the community and the “front lines” of this battle as well as the Vietnamese community in Korea, several schools and hospitals in Japan and the people of Oman.
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