Moon presides over chief aide meeting

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President Moon held a chief aide meeting May 4. Moon said that the fire incident at the distribution center is regretful and asked responsible department to provide necessary support. He also asked attendees to find out who is responsible for the incident and why it keeps happening as the same incidents happen again and again. 

Moon then mentioned about the COVID-19 emergency fund as an encouragement and support to the people by the government and those who wish to donate the fund are also highly encouraged to do so in recovering national economy. He pointed out that donation is voluntary and no body should force to do it or forced to do it. 

Moon holds 27th Cabinet Meeting

President Moon held the 27th Cabinet Meeting May 26. He said at the meeting that he is very pleased that the first ever whole level national emergency fund to the people due to the COVID-19 is practically being a help for small business owners in particular.

In fact, the fund is contributing to stopping the slow down on spending and the card sales have recovered to the level on the same period last year.

Moon said that he is touched when reading the news that a person bought beef to make beef soup with the emergency fund as well as a man bought a pair of glasses for his wife with the fund.

Moon then asked attendees to apply stricter quarantine measures to high risk facilities in our society to prevent further spread of the virus and emphasized importance of regular check-out whether they follow the instructions.

Moon also pointed out importance of following manuals if confirmed cases are found at school and turn the class to remote-learning so that students are not disadvantaged by educational gap.

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