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KFC donates meals to Covid-19 front-line staff

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KENTUCKY Fried Chicken Saipan on Monday donated chicken meals to nurses and other Covid-19 front-line staff at the Commonwealth Healthcare Corp.

KFC Saipan manager Yole P. Aldan and her staff personally delivered the meals to the CHCC administration office at 11 a.m.

On behalf of the hospital front-line staff, CHCC Chief Executive Officer Esther Muna thanked Aldan and KFC Saipan.

It was the second time that KFC Saipan donated food to the Covid-19 front-line staff at the hospital. The first time was in April.

Commonwealth Healthcare Corp. Chief Executive Officer Esther Muna, third right, Kentucky Fried Chicken Saipan manager Yole P. Aldan, center, CHCC communications and public relations specialist Lee Tenorio, left, pose with KFC and CHCC staffers as they hold the donated KFC meals at the CHCC administration office on Monday. Photo by Emmanuel T. Erediano

“I have to thank them, too because I know they are part of essential workforce,”  Muna said, referring to the KFC staff. “They have been essential, especially during the early part of the pandemic. They have been open and have always supported us, so I really appreciate them. They don’t have to do to this, but we are really grateful and I’m pretty sure the CHCC staff  appreciate the donations as well,” Muna said.

“Thank you for being essential, too,” she told Aldan and the KFC staff.

Muna reiterated that members of the community who continuously support workers on the front line are just as important as the front-line staff themselves.

“So again, we thank them for their support,” she added. Preventing the spread of Covid-19 is “our job since the beginning,” she said, “and we will be here until the end of the pandemic.”

November 2020 pssnewsletter

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