Project C.U.R.E. sends shipments to China

Centennial organization, its partners send suits, masks to help with novel coronavirus efforts in Nanjing


The rapidly changing situation around the novel coronavirus spread is something Project C.U.R.E. and its partners have been monitoring closely, and the Centennial-based organization has sent two shipments of equipment to help.

The first shipment, sponsored by the International Ministries, contained 4,200 Dupont Tychem suits and 21,000 N95 masks, and they will be delivered to Amity China in Nanjing. The second shipment, sponsored by Cheniere Energy headquartered out of Houston, contains 118,020 N95 masks, which equates to 562 cases. Both shipments will be distributed throughout Wuhan and surrounding areas.

International Ministries and the Chinese government are still in need and looking for more masks and protective medical equipment.

“What China urgently needs at present are medical masks, protective suits, and safety goggles,” foreign ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying said in a press briefing, according to a news release.

Since 1987, Project C.U.R.E has been delivering life-saving medical equipment and supplies to hospitals and clinics throughout the under-resourced world. The programs are funded by grants from the U.S. government, non-governmental organizations and by philanthropic foundations, corporate partners and individual donors. Learn more at


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