COVID-19 Fiji: Supermarket chain thanks frontline workers with food vouchers

Shop 'n' Save supermarket director Nisheel Deo Kisun pictured here with Health Minister Dr Ifereimi Waqainabete and Minister for Defence and Disaster Management Inia Seruiratu a the handover this afternoon - Wednesday, May 5, 2021. Picture: JALE DAUCAKACAKA

Shop ‘n’ Save Supermarket has donated $35,000 worth of food vouchers to assist COVID-19 frontline workers around the country.

Director Nisheel Deo Kisun said the grocery food vouchers were intended to provide refreshments and food items for the men and women working tirelessly to contain the pandemic.

“To the various doctors, nurses, police officers, soldiers, and other relevant civil servants, we thank you for your efforts thus far and we hope that these grocery vouchers are of great assistance, ” Mr Kisun said.

In accepting the assistance, Minister for Defence and Disaster Management Inia Seruiratu said during the challenging times the country was experiencing, the Government was grateful to the private sector like Shop ‘n’ Save for offering its assistance.

“Let me assure you that it will be directed towards the frontline workers and will be put to good use,” Mr Seruiratu said.

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