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Chinese embassy donates food to South African residents amid lockdown
Local residents crowded the Ipelegeng Community Center at Soweto, Johannesburg on June 5 to collect food packages donated by the Chinese Embassy in South Africa
 By Ni Yanshuo ·2020-06-06

Local residents crowded the Ipelegeng Community Center at Soweto, Johannesburg on June 5 to collect food packages donated by the Chinese Embassy in South Africa.

To help residents impacted by the months-long lockdown to curb the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic, the embassy donated 1,000 food packages, including maize meal, milk, sugar, oil, and tinned food, as well as 5,000 surgical masks.

According to incomplete statistics, since the outbreak of the COVID-19, the Chinese Government, enterprises and communities in South Africa have donated or will donate 5 million masks, tens of thousands of testing kits and ventilators, temperature detectors, forehead temperature guns and protective suits to the South African Government, political parties, military and medical institutions. In addition, the Chinese Government is preparing the third batch of medical supplies donated to South Africa, and the two sides are finalizing the details related to transportation and delivery.

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