Pattaya City Police commission and The Pattaya News donate food to Na Jomtien and Banglamung Police to provide to the needy in local area

The Pattaya City Police commission and the Pattaya News have donated food and supplies to police stations to give to needy locals in the area.

The donation took place at the Na Jomtien Police Station led by an advisor of the Pattaya City Police commission Mr. Thitiwat Pongphonsap and Mr. Bryan and Mrs. Punnipa Flowers and Mr. Adam Judd from The Pattaya News.

Packs of dried food and water have been given to the police station for being provided to needy locals in the area.

Mr. Thitiwat said there are 250 kilograms of rice, 40 packs of water, 40 cans of canned fish, 40 sets of eggs, and 20 packs of cooking oil. This food will be given to locals in the area.

The Pattaya News and the Pattaya Police Commision have also donated food to the Banglamung Police in the same amount for donation to needy locals.

Pattaya remains in a tough situation with tens of thousands still unemployed due to the Covid19 Coronavirus Situation and current force closure of entertainment venues. An estimated eighty percent of Pattaya’s total revenue comes from hospitality, tourism and entertainment.

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