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Chinese Embassy donates P1-million and PPEs in ‘support’ of Filipino frontliners


On 14 August, the Chinese Embassy in the Philippines donated 1 million pesos in cash and some PPEs to the Philippine medical frontliners as a token of appreciation and support for their hard work in fighting against COVID-19.

Chinese Ambassador Huang Xilian met with the representatives of medical frontliners and turned over the cash and PPEs at the Embassy, expressed his appreciation to the dedication and contribution of the medical frontliners in the battle against COVID-19. He hoped that they could always stay safe and healthy as the last line of defense so as to make continued contributions to COVID-19 fight.

The Chinese Embassy will continue to provide support and assistance to the best of its ability to the Philippines. “We firmly believe that the dawn of victory will come at the earliest,” Ambassador Huang said.

The Embassy has donated several batches of surgical masks to several local hospitals in recent days.

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