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Master Ruma Buddhist Charity donates medical equipment to Thai compatriots in response to the covid 19 pandemic.

5 เมษายน 2022
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With the desire to support equipment and items for medical centers and people of Doilo district in Thailand, on January 5, 2022, Mr. GURUJJ SAGARRUMAGAR MATHA and Master Ruma Buddhist Charity organized this program. .

At the gift giving ceremony for the medical center and the people of Thailand, Master Ruma Buddhist Charity and Guruji Sagarrumagar Matha will donate 50,000 baht. In addition, the delegation also donated: 100 gallons of disinfectant solution; 200 pcs thermometers; 200 pcs oximeters; 1000 pcs N95 masks; 1000pcs Head Covers; 1000 pairs of Safety Socks; 1000pcs Anti-COVID Faces; 1000 pcs latex gloves; 1000 sets of PPE suits (blue); 500 PPE suits (white).

In addition to medical products, the volunteer group also gave gifts to the Association of the Blind, Chiang Mai such as: 100 sets of blankets; warm clothes 100 sets; 100 pairs of socks; hats 100 pcs; masks 100 pieces; rice and necessities 100 sets.

At the same time, the delegation also gave 150 gifts of rice and necessary necessities to the people of Doi Lo district and 36 scholarships to students of 2 local schools in Doi lo Subdistrict. It is known that the total value of gifts is more than 300,000 baht (equivalent to 9000 USD).

The program will take place on January 5, 2022 at 13:00 to 15:00 local time in Thailand.

Attendees to the program include:

On the side of the Master Ruma Buddhist Charity, there was Mr. GURUJI SAGARRUMAGAR MATHA, the founder of the association, and his lay disciples.

About the Thai government fee in your presence : NIPHON BOONYAMANEE

Sub.L.t Tanitsak Darlamon – Working Group of Deputy Minister of Interior

Ms. Tran Thi Phan – General Director of Global Connection Vietnam Online Television GCTV

Mrs: Anna Vu is a Vietnamese living in Thailand

The gifts given are small but practical to support the medical centers here to have more medical equipment to take better care of people’s health; at the same time creating conditions for people to protect their own health while the Covid-19 epidemic is still quite complicated.

The journey to visit the land of the Golden Temple of GCTV will last for 20 days. Specifically, on December 19, 2021, the GCTV delegation led by Ms. Tran Thi Phan – General Director of Global Connection Vietnam Online Television – GCTV, will depart from Ho Chi Minh City to Thailand. From December 20, 2021 To January 3, 2022, the group is free to operate and participate in a series of cultural and press exchange activities with press units in Thailand. January 4, 2022 Accompanying the Thai government delegation to attend the gift-giving program in Doilo district, Chiang Mai province. On January 6-7, 2022, the delegation participated in cultural exchanges with Thai representatives. The delegation ended the business trip on January 8, 2022 and departed for Vietnam.