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Presidential Office receives 30,000 medical masks

On August 21, the Presidential Office received 30,000 medical masks donated by the Medical Biomaterial and Pharmaceutical (Mebiphar) JSC under the Aikya Pharma Group, to support the prevention and control of the Covid-19 epidemic.

On behalf of the Presidential Office, Le Xuan Khanh, Deputy Secretary of the Office’s Party Committee cum Acting Head of the Office’s Department of Administration - Finance, expressed his sincere thanks to Mebiphar and Aikya Pharma for their gifts, which will facilitate the Office in disease prevention.

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Deputy Secretary of the Presidential Office’s Party Committee Le Xuan Khanh (L) receives a token of 30,000 face masks presented by a Mebiphar Company representative.

Previously, amid the complex developments of Covid-19 in Hanoi, Aikya Pharma also presented 20,000 face masks to the Presidential Office last February.

Praising the quality of masks produced by Mebiphar and Aikya Pharma, Luong Hong Quang, President of the Office’s Trade Union cum Head of the Office’s Emulation and Reward Department, expressed his wish that Aikya Pharma would continue to provide support through the production and supply of masks for school children.

In the face of complicated coronavirus pandemic, Aikya Pharma has provided over 700,000 masks for free to many hospitals, border posts, airports, schools, and key units on the national anti-epidemic front lines such as in Vinh Phuc, Da Nang and Quang Nam.

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A representative from the Presidential Office receives 20,000 face masks presented by General Director of Aikya Pharma Ha Ngoc Son (R) in February 2020.

Dinh Anh Hao, Deputy General Director of Aikya Pharma, said that in the first week of August, the group sent missions to provide face masks and medical supplies to the Da Nang Hospital, Quang Nam Province Central General Hospital and reporters working in the Da Nang epicentre of the new Covid-19 outbreak in Vietnam.

The activity took place within a programme that aims to provide 1 million free masks run by Aikya Pharma and its member units.

Hao also affirmed that his group committed to providing support of free medical supplies for Covid-19 epidemic prevention, emphasising that it is the corporate social responsibility in response to the call from General Secretary and State President Nguyen Phu Trong, as well as the donation campaign to support the fight against Covid-19 called by Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc and launched by the Vietnam Fatherland Front.

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Source: NDO

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