The Chinese Embassy in South Korea donated anti-epidemic materials to Daegu on February 27. That night, more than 25,000 medical masks were shipped from the Chinese Embassy in South Korea and headed straight for Daegu.

A truck loaded with masks set off for Daegu. On the car was a poem by the scholar of the Tang Dynasty, Cui Zhiyuan, who is "not far away, no one is foreign," and a banner "Danggu, come on!

As of 16:00 on the 27th, Korea time, the cumulative number of confirmed cases of new crown pneumonia in South Korea reached 1,766, and most of the confirmed cases were concentrated in Daegu and Gyeongsangbuk-do. With the spread of the epidemic, some of South Korea's epidemic prevention materials are in short supply, especially in places such as Daegu where the epidemic is severe.

Xing Haiming, China's ambassador to South Korea, said that China and South Korea share similar interests and watch and help each other in fighting the epidemic. The Chinese people will always remember the helping hand extended by the Korean people in times of crisis.

The Chinese Embassy in South Korea stated that it will continue to raise supplies for epidemic prevention and support the people of South Korea in fighting the epidemic. (Source: Edited by Zhou Zeng, reporter at the Chinese Embassy in South Korea)

Editor-in-chief: [Liu Xian]