Super Junior Donates 10,000 Masks To Children And Youth For Coronavirus Prevention
Super Junior has made a donation to aid measures to prevent the spread of coronavirus.
On January 29, the group donated 10,000 masks to the Community Chest of Korea to be given to Korean child and youth welfare facilities, due to the coronavirus. It’s described that they were given to children and youth because they are one of the most vulnerable demographic groups to infection.
Super Junior made a comeback on January 28, and they decided to hold the recording of their comeback show “SUPER JUNIOR THE STAGE” in private due to concerns about the spread of coronavirus.
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