Chamber donates to Mukah Hospital

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MUKAH:  Mukah Chinese Chamber of Commerce (MCCC) on Tuesday (Sept 7) donated two medical grade oxygen concentrators with nebuliser function to the Mukah Hospital here.

MCCC chairman, Kapitan Ting Siew Leong handed over the donation to Mukah Hospital director, Dr Yik Kah Sieng at a simple ceremony at the hospital here.

Penghulu Henry Lee Liong Ing and hospital staff also attended the event.

Ting said the items were donated by MCCC honorary chairman, Chan Mang Tiam and his son, Chan Luk Hua.

It is learnt that the father and son own a spare parts shop, which caters for light vehicles.

This was the second time the local Chinese community donated to the Mukah Hospital during Covid-19 pandemic this year.

Last August, some Chinese members of the Sarawak United People’s Party (SUPP) Mukah branch contributed suction machines and face masks worth RM14,300.

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