Docomo Pacific donates KN95 masks to Guam and NMI frontliners

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TAMUNING, Guam (Press Release) — Docomo Pacific, regional leader in innovation, telecommunications, & entertainment, donates 3,550 KN95 masks to Guam and CNMI frontliners during this ongoing outbreak of Covid-19.

Donation to St. Dominic’s Senior Care Home on Guam. From left, its secretary, Ruth Alcoran; Roderick Boss, chief executive officer, Docomo Pacific; and Dee Perez-Damian, brand director, Docomo Pacific.

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According to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, KN95 masks are considered the gold standard of respiratory masks as they filter out at least 95% of very small particles from the air. Since the quarantine began in March, these masks have been in high demand, causing shortages in supply. Our donation list included:

1,770 to Guam Homeland Security

700 to St. Dominic’s Senior Care Home

700 to Catholic Social Services

180 to Kamalen Karidat

200 to CNMI first responders

"We want to thank Docomo Pacificfor their large donation of masks. The masks provided will be used to protect Guam’s front liners and first responders. We are grateful to have private partners like Docomo Pacific support us during emergencies and disasters,” said Charles V. Esteves, administrator for the Office of Civil Defense on Guam.

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