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CB Group Provides Essential Workers with Cooked Meals 2
The CB Group through its “Recover Together” initiative has donated 950 cooked meals for essential frontline workers within the Southern Regional Health Authority (SRHA), which administrates public healthcare in Clarendon, Manchester and St. Elizabeth. The first batch of lunches was distributed on Tuesday, June 16 to the healthcare workers in Manchester, followed by distribution in Clarendon on June 17 and in St. Elizabeth on June 19. Pictured here are: (left to right): Regional Director for the SRHA, Michael Bent, Nurse at the Mandeville Regional Hospital (MRH) Damani Turner,

CB Group Provides Essential Workers with Cooked Meals

CB Group Provides Essential Workers with Cooked Meals 2
The CB Group through its “Recover Together” initiative has donated 950 cooked meals for essential frontline workers within the Southern Regional Health Authority (SRHA), which administrates public healthcare in Clarendon, Manchester and St. Elizabeth. The first batch of lunches was distributed on Tuesday, June 16 to the healthcare workers in Manchester, followed by distribution in Clarendon on June 17 and in St. Elizabeth on June 19.
Pictured here are: (left to right): Regional Director for the SRHA, Michael Bent, Nurse at the Mandeville Regional Hospital (MRH) Damani Turner, Patient Care Assistant at the MRH, Tracy-Ann Scott, CB Group Outreach Coordinator, Roxanne Isaacs and CB Group Sales Representative, Admarian Davis.
The CB Group through its “Recover Together” initiative, which is two-fold, is sharing the company’s gratitude to Jamaica’s frontline workers who have been working diligently through the pandemic. The company explained that it is also boosting the revival of the local restaurant industry following the impact of COVID-19, by employing restaurants in close proximity to the health facilities to prepare the meals.
Mr. Bent expressed appreciation to the CB Group for their generous donation, noting that it will motivate staff members who are working tirelessly during this pandemic.

 

CB Group Provides Essential Workers with Cooked Meals 1
Regional Director for the SRHA, Michael Bent (left) accepts the donation of cooked meals for essential frontline workers within the Southern Regional Health Authority (SRHA) from the CB Group Outreach Coordinator, Roxanne Isaacs. The first batch of lunches was distributed on Tuesday, June 16 to the healthcare workers in Manchester, followed by distribution in Clarendon on June 17 and in St. Elizabeth on June 19.
The SRHA, which administrates public healthcare in Clarendon, Manchester and St. Elizabeth received 950 cooked meals from the CB Group through its “Recover Together” initiative. The project, which is two- fold, is dedicated to sharing the company’s appreciation to Jamaica’s frontline workers who have been working through the pandemic and to also boost the revival of the local restaurant industry, following the impact of COVID-19
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