Couple Spotted Giving Out 17K Free Masks Bought from Vietnam Outside Punggol MRT Station

It’s February and for couples, that can only mean one thing. Valentine’s Day.

But this year, instead of wanting flowers or a box of chocolate, you’re gonna want a box of masks.

And maybe some hand sanitizer.

Well, this couple has got you covered:

Couple Spotted Giving Out 17K Free Masks Bought from Vietnam Outside Punggol MRT Station

Prior to the Wuhan virus outbreak, have you ever strolled into Watsons and thought to yourself hey I really need a box of masks but there’s none?

Probably not. But now, masks are a hot item, kind of like the Hello Kitty Carrier from McDonald’s was.

People have been snatching them off the shelves and queueing up just to stock up, while others try to profit from the demand.

All that has been happening while this couple right here gave out a whopping 17,000 masks which they bought from Vietnam (and no they didn’t take to social media to boast about their kindheartedness) free of charge.

On 4 February 2020, Singapore Atrium Sale shared about a group of Vietnamese individuals giving out free masks outside Punggol MRT.

Image: Facebook (Singapore Atrium Sale)

They posted it along with a picture of the kindhearted souls giving out the masks.

Image: Facebook (Singapore Atrium Sale)

The post has since garnered a whopping 1.1k shares and 5.8k reactions.

Many also praised the group of people.

Instead of hoarding all the masks for themselves, their friends and family, they chose to share it with people they don’t even know.

According to Mothership who spoke to the person behind the initiative named Adrian, he and his spouse decided to purchase masks in Vietnam at their pharmacies.

On the first day, they managed to give out as many as 4,000 masks and even more the next day.

To ensure that there was equal distribution, they limited each person to one pack of masks, which contains 10 masks in total.

That’s even more than what the government gave to each household.

It is understood that they held more than one giving out of masks session.

The reason for their good deed? They believe that it’s imperative that the world stands together in “times of crisis”.

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