Shipping service to deliver donated masks for free


Samut Sakhon currently presents 576 cases of COVID-19, as reported by The Thaiger on 20th December. Kerry Express, the logistics hero-in-orange, responded by asking Thai people to donate alcohol gel, masks and other medical equipment to ensure medical professionals are well-equipped to combat the disease.


Free shipping nationwide to Samut Sakhon


nurses smiling covid19
Image credit: @torryvichuda

The kerry-er will deliver these items to Samut Sakhon free-of-charge until 30th December. Participants can bring donations to any Kerry Express Parcel shop in Thailand.

kerry free shipping campaign
Image credit: @kerryexpressthailand

Donors can also specify recipients at any of the hospitals.


New cases in Thailand bring back same heroes


kerry deliveryman smilingImage credit: @mosz067

During lockdown, a lot of delivery men were lauded for bringing necessities to all of us. It’s worth noting that they will, again, be doing the same. 

With things returning to “normal” the past couple of months, it’s easy to revert back to pre-COVID habits. Be sure to stay safe. Wash your hands, wear a mask and try to maintain social distancing as best you can. 

puppy kerryWe can’t promise a puppy deliverer, but your donations would certainly be well appreciated
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Kerry Express will be delivering to 12 hospitals in Samut Sakhon:

  1. Jesada Vetchakarn Hospital
  2. Ekachai Hospital
  3. Mahachai Hospital
  4. Vibharam Samutsakorn Hospital
  5. Mahachai 2 Hospital
  6. BanPhaeo Hospital
  7. Mahachai 3 Hospital
  8. Tha Chalom Hospital
  9. Vichaivej Hospital 
  10. Samut Sakhon International Hospital
  11. Vichaivej International Hospital Aomnoi
  12.  Samutsakorn Hospital and Krathumbaen Hospital

Kerry Express
Address: 906, 9/F, Chao Phya Tower, 89 Soi Wat Suan Plu, New Road, Bangrak, Bangkok, 10500
Telephone: 1217
Website 


Featured image adapted from: @naiinfanclub

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