MORE than 700,000 face masks donated from South Korea were recently distributed to frontline workers who take charge of the people infected by the coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19) as the entire nation fights against this dreaded pandemic.
These protective gear were given by two South Korean companies, KP Trading and C-SO Funding, to the Philippine National Police, Armed Forces of the Philippines, Metro Manila Development Authority, Department of Health, and Research Institute for Tropical Medicine.
This was made possible through an international public-private collaboration project that was spearheaded by the Senate represented by Senator Emmanuel D. Pacquiao.
“It’s at times like this that we realize there are no borders; we are all humans fighting a common enemy, as such, we must support each other to achieve a united victory,” said Diana Ji Hye Kwon, representative of KP Trading and C-So Funding.
“In the world health crisis that we are in,
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