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Despite Downturn in Business, Jamaican Company Gives Back to Quarantined Community 1

Despite Downturn in Business, Jamaican Company Gives Back to Quarantined Community

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Help for Quarantined Community: Despite experiencing a 30 percent downturn in business, Nation’s Choice Ltd. located in Clarendon is giving back to the community during the Coronavirus Disease 2019 pandemic. The Southern Regional Health Authority (SRHA) which administrates public healthcare in the parishes of Clarendon, St. Elizabeth and Manchester welcomed food packages which will be distributed to more than 70 households and frontline healthcare workers in the quarantined community of Cornpiece Settlement in Clarendon.

Despite Downturn in Business, Jamaican Company Gives Back to Quarantined Community 1

In addition to the food packages, which contain seafood and meat items, canned food and vegetables, Nation’s Choice also donated tents, tables and chairs for food distribution in the community, valued at J$800,000.00.

Participating in the handover on Wednesday, April 8 were (left to right- Parish Manager of the Clarendon Health Services, Joseph Grant, Regional Director of the SRHA, Michael Bent, CEO of Nation’s Choice Ltd, Donald McDonald and Medical Officer of Health for Clarendon, Dr. Kimberly Scarlett Campbell.

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Regional Director of the Southern Regional Health Authority, Michael Bent (2nd left), Parish Manager of the Clarendon Health Services, Joseph Grant (left), CEO of Nation’s Choice Ltd, Donald McDonald (2nd right) and Medical Officer of Health for Clarendon, Dr. Kimberly Scarlett Campbell examine some of the items placed in food packages which will be distributed to more than 70 households and frontline healthcare workers in the quarantined community of Cornpiece Settlement in Clarendon.

The company donated food packages, which contain seafood and meat items, canned food and vegetables and tents, tables and chairs for food distribution in the community, valued at J$800,000.00. The team from the SRHA met with the Nation’s Choice Ltd. team on April 8 in Clarendon.


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