MQDC donates food to Chinese hospitals amid COVID-19 outbreak

23 February 2020, China – MQDC – China has donated food supplies valued at about CNY1 million to hospitals in Hubei to help combat the province’s severe outbreak of the new coronavirus COVID-19.

COVID-19 appeared in the city of Wuhan in Hubei last year and has since spread nationwide.

Hospitals have become a frontline against the virus, with doctors from across China working day and night to stop the disease spreading. Many infected patients recover every day through their dedication and skill.

Under the philosophy of “For All Well-Being”, MQDC – China has sent its support and gratitude to the medical workers along with donations of food.

The first batch of donations was shipped on 22 February 2020 from Chengdu and arrived at Tongji Hospital Affiliated to Tongji Medical College HUST in Wuhan on 23 February. CP Food Enterprise (Chengdu) Co., Ltd donated tinned pork luncheon meat worth about CNY200,000.

A second batch of donations was shipped on 23 February from Chengdu to Wuhan Pulmonary Hospital, where it arrived the following day. This shipment mainly consisted of hotpot ham luncheon meat tins and was worth about CNY200,000.

The third batch of donations, of CP rice, shipped on 25 February from Chengdu to Wuxue First People's Hospital of Huanggang City, Hubei. Further supplies are now being prepared.

MQDC – China communicated closely with frontline hospitals in Hubei to provide useful assistance. All its donations are easy to preserve and cook. These efforts will relieve shortages and help medical workers eat well during their efforts to contain COVID-19. MQDC sends its best wishes to everyone in China.