BMA hands relief supply kits out to relive people burden, emphasizing compliance with COVID-19 measures

On 12th May 2020, Pol.Gen. Aswin Kwanmuang, Governor of Bangkok, visited and distributed relief supply kits in Yan Nawa District covering 280 households, Rat Burana District covering 636 households and Chom Thong District covering 652 households. The distribution aims to relieve the burden of people suffered from the spread of COVID-19.

The Governor of Bangkok said that the BMA has been concerned about people suffered from the spread of COVID-19. Therefore, every evening, the BMA executive team has distributed relief supply kits in various communities in order to relieve the burden of the people who lost their jobs and lack of income to support their family. Importantly, the BMA urged the people to strictly comply with preventive measures by wearing face masks before leaving their residence, washing their hands regularly before and after their activities, and keeping physical distancing between people. All of these will help prevent the spread of COVID-19.

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