A lot of beautiful traits of helping and caring for one another have been displayed among the Korean people since the Eighth Political Bureau Meeting of the Eighth Central Committee of the Workers' Party of Korea adopted the decision on switching the state emergency epidemic prevention effort to the top emergency anti-epidemic system.
Sin Jong Gil, a resident of neighbourhood unit No. 99, Ponghak-dong, Phyongchon District, Pyongyang, donated to sick neighbours the medicines, including amoxicillin, paracetamol and Uhwangchongsimhwan, that his family had kept, hoping that they would help treat their disease.
Mentioning that the respected Comrade Kim Jong Un had donated officinal medicines prepared by his family to the Party committee of the WPK Central Committee with his resolution to always share his destiny with the people and with a fervent prayer that peace and laughter would settle again in all families across the country at an early date, suggesting to the Party committee that they send the medicines to a family in difficulty, Sin said, “At the news, I thought a lot. As a member of the Party and citizen of this country, I hope my donation will help overcome the current crisis in the country even a bit.”
Donating many medicines, Kim Chol Ok, chairwoman of the women's union of Ryukgyo-dong No. 1 in the same district, and Hwang Myong Song, worker at Jongphyong Senior Middle School, said, “The ordeal is temporary as we have the Party and the state. We should overcome the ordeal in the spirit of helping and caring for one another.”
The spirit of helping and caring for one another in difficulty is an incomparably mighty mental strength in the current anti-epidemic war.
Kim Hye Son, member in charge of identity registration of the Pongji branch social security station, donated medicines for fever, medical apparatuses and other medicines, saying that the trial they have faced requires that they further display the spirit of love for people and strengthen comradely unity. Hwang Kum Ok, senior staffer of the Central Committee of the General Federation of the Unions of Art and Literature of Korea, donated medicines and food, saying, “The strength to overcome a disaster is not a huge sum of money or wealth but the beautiful trait of helping one another."