Volunteer soldiers from The 33rd Army District work with the farmers from Om-koi District by bringing out more than 10 tons of agricultural products to distribute to the people affected by COVID-19 in Chiang Mai City area.
The Kawila Military Camp District 33, in collaboration with The Narcotics Control Office Region 5, government agencies and volunteer people packed more than 10 tons of agricultural products including tomatoes, bell peppers and pumpkins from The Agricultural Royal Project before distributing for the villagers in the Chiang Mai City area. All 10 tons of fresh produces were collected by farmers of Om-koi District and carried by The 33rd Army County to transport them to Wat Tha Satoi School, Wat Ket Sub-district in Chiang Mai. And there are also vendors from a fresh market bringing food to distribute to the people.
Furthermore, The 33rd Army District has a mobile kitchen set to cook for the people and The Narcotics Control Office Region 5 also distributes 360 bottles of drinking water to the public. Since morning, there are people who have heard the news on social media to receive the fresh produces.
The Kawila Military Camp Mobile Medical Unit has set up a screening point for measuring body temperature and provides hand sanitizers to people before entering the venue.
As for the villagers who cannot come to receive the distribution through the military. There are volunteer soldiers granted by The 33rd Army District to bring agricultural products and eggs to patrol and distribute to people in the community evenly.