IU donates body temperature control kits to Korean health workers

The epidemic, which began in February, is still rampant around the world. The second wave of COVID-19 is already occurring in some countries. The second wave is occurring in Myanmar as well as in Korea, and the situation is worsening due to the growing number of infected people. Artists in Korea have also been affected by the virus. Some dramas and programs that have been aired have been suspended. At the same time, some artists are donating to health workers fighting the disease from the front lines. Well-known singer-songwriter IU also made generous donations.

The IU has made a donation to help health workers fighting the Kovis virus from the front lines. According to the Korean Nurses Association, he donated an estimated $ 84,410 body temperature suit through the Community Chest of Korea, according to the Korean Nurses Association.

The Korean Nurses Association says the IU-donated body temperature control kits will be sent to clinics and medical services across the country to help Kovis patients get warmed by the protective clothing worn by medical staff while sampling for the virus. The group has been sending supplies to government hospitals and diagnostic centers since June to fight the epidemic.

The 27-year-old IU has made a number of donations this year, making him a generous donor. This is not the first time that Kovis has donated to health workers fighting on the front lines. In February, she donated $ 168,820, and in May, she donated to low-income families. This month, it also donated $ 84,400 (100 million won) to those affected by heavy rains and floods in Korea.

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