Phiphat community claims to be the urban slums. This kind of slum has been identified as a potential hotspot for the spread of COVID-19 and has been identified as a reservoir for the spread of other viral respiratory infections. There are approximately 2,400 people, or 480 households, living in this community. Currently, the Phiphat community has 170 people infected with COVID-19, and more than 60 households, or about 300 people, are at risk because they live in the same area. On 25 May, we went to deliver the supplies, which were dry food and hygiene supplies. They prevent infection during distribution by organizing a supply set for one household and making a coupon stating the date and time of receiving the items. so as not to cause more infection in the community. The dry food set that we supported included 5 kg of rice, 5 canned fish, a bottle of fish sauce, a bottle of cooking oil, and 5 packs of instant noodles in each set for 480 sets. Moreover, we provided them with PPE suits, masks, and disinfectants for spraying in the community.