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CHCC receives over $21K worth of masks, disinfectants from Korean company

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A KOREAN development company last week donated over $21,000 worth of masks and disinfectants to the Commonwealth Healthcare Corp. and the governor’s Covid-19 Task Force.

David Kim of SFD Inc., personally turned over to CHCC procurement director Cora Ada the donations at the warehouse of the company on April 27. The supplies were then delivered to the hospital and the temporary quarantine sites at Kanoa Resort in Susupe and the Pacific Islands Club in San Antonio.


SFD Inc.’s David Kim, right, Commonwealth Healthcare Corp. procurement director Cora Ada, left, and other CHCC staffers pose with SFD’s donations at the company’s warehouse on April 27. Contributed photo

CHCC Chief Executive Officer Esther L. Muna thanked SFD Inc. CEO Ha-Young Shin for the donations. She said these “[will be] extremely helpful for our staff as they respond to Covid-19 patients.” 

Kim said his company “understands the unprecedented challenges that the people of the CNMI are facing as Covid-19 threatens the islands. We want to show our support for the health workers so that we can look forward in the near future to safely reopening these beautiful islands and all of us can return to our vibrant daily lives.”

As of Monday, CHCC had recorded no new cases of Covid-19. The total of number of confirmed Covid-19 cases remained at 14, of which there were two deaths and 12 recoveries.

United Airlines has resumed its three-times-a-week Guam-Saipan flight service while the CNMI government has reduced the curfew hours, which are now from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m.  Previously, it was from 7 p.m. to 6 a.m.





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