BANGKOK – Deputy Prime Minister Jurin Laksanawisit and many other ministers have delivered relief bags to people affected by COVID-19.
Mr. Jurin Laksanawisit, Deputy Prime Minister, as a leader of the Democrat Party, led former MP candidates of the party to visit the Ruam Phatthana community, Lak Si district, to distribute 640 bags of relief supplies to people affected by the COVID-19 situation in the rain. Ten thousand bags are being distributed. Most people live in rented houses and rooms. These include day laborers, motorcycle taxi riders, security guards and the elderly, who suffering during the Covid-19 situation because they are unable to go to work to earn money to support their families.
Mr. Chuti Krairerk, Minister of Social Development and Human Security, visited Chalong Krung Community Housing Project, Nong Chok district, to hear about the locals’ problems and their opinions on the impacts of the outbreak. An ad-hoc working group has been formed and dispatched to make inquiries. Where possible, the authorities will solve problems within 24-48 hours. He also delivered relief supplies. A central kitchen will be established to prepare food for distributed from Monday to Friday until the situation improves.
Meanwhile, Mr. Tewan Liptapallop, Minister attached to the Prime Minister’s Office, led a group of people to deliver bags of rice, dried food, cloth face masks and alcohol sprays to the needy at temples in Nakhon Ratchasima municipality. (NNT)