FEEL receives a donation of 10,000 cloth face masks from the Syrian Lebanese Women's Association. The masks were distributed to communities in south Trinidad and Tobago.

FEEL is expected to increase its distribution of cloth face masks across the country once it receives a regular supply from the successful providers of the NIPDEC process.

FEEL received 10,000 cloth masks as a donation from the Syrian-Lebanese Women’s Association.

It said it completed phase one of its distribution plans to persons in need, in the districts of San Fernando and East Tobago.

FEEL led the co-ordination of a team of volunteers from non-governmental organisations in each region in the door to door distribution of reusable cloth masks.

Among the communities that received cloth masks were Pleasantville, Les Efforts East, Les Efforts West, Coconut Drive, Green Acres, Tarouba, Marabella, Springvale and Paradise in south Trinidad.

FEEL also provided cloth masks for distribution to households in Castara, Parlatuvier, Roxborough, Argyle, Patience Hill, Scarborough, Plymouth, Carnbee #1, Mt Pleasant and Plymouth in Tobago.