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SRHA Receives $2 Million Donation to Boost COVID-19 Response in Central Jamaica 1

SRHA Receives $2 Million Donation to Boost COVID-19 Response in Central Jamaica

COVID-19 Response Boost in Central Jamaica: Regional Director of the Southern Regional Health Authority (SRHA), Michael Bent (left) accepts a donation of food and medical supplies, from Yangsen Li from the Chinese business community, in an effort to boost its Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) response in southern Jamaica.  The donation, valued at more than $2 million was given to the SRHA and the Jamaica Constabulary Force.

The SRHA, which administrates public healthcare in the parishes of Manchester, Clarendon and St. Elizabeth, received the supplies, which include: mask, hand soap, hand sanitizer, tissue, hand towel, water, medical gloves, medical iodine, bleach, cleaning products, alcohol, wipes and food items. The donation was handed over to the SRHA on the grounds of the May Pen Hospital in Clarendon, on April 7, 2020.
SRHA Receives $2 Million Donation to Boost COVID-19 Response in Central Jamaica 1Photographed also are: (background-left to right): CEO of the May Pen Hospital (MPH) in Clarendon, St. Andrade Sinclair, Member of Parliament for South East Clarendon, Pearnel Charles Jr., Coordinator of the Chinese business community Wentworth Charles, and Sammy Chen of the Chinese business community.

SRHA Receives $2 Million Donation to Boost COVID-19 Response in Central Jamaica 2

SRHA Welcomes Donation to Boost COVID-19 Response in Central Jamaica: CEO of the May Pen Hospital (MPH) in Clarendon, St. Andrade Sinclair (left) accepts a donation of medical supplies and food from Jackie Hu from the Chinese business community to support the response to the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) in Clarendon, St. Elizabeth and Manchester. The donation, valued at more than $2 million includes: mask, hand soap, hand sanitizer, tissue, hand towel, water, medical gloves, medical iodine, bleach, cleaning products, alcohol, wipes and food items. They were handed over to the Southern Regional Health Authority and the Jamaica Constabulary Force on the grounds of the MPH in Clarendon, on April 7, 2020.

Sharing in the occasion also are: (background-left to right): Coordinator of the Chinese business community Wentworth Charles,  Member of Parliament for South East Clarendon, Pearnel Charles Jr. and Regional Director of the Southern Regional Health Authority (SRHA), Michael Bent.

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