Delta provides assistance to COVID-19 frontliners, workers

Governor Dennis “Delta” Pineda has provided more assistance to coronavirus disease (COVID-19) frontliners and workers who are exempted from the enhanced community quarantine here.

This, after Governor Pineda asked Provincial Administrator Attorney Charlie Chua in coordination with the General Services Office (GSO) and Provincial Manpower Training Center (PMTC) to mobilize the provision of critically-needed protective gears and resources for the health and security workers across the province amid the on-going COVID-19 crisis.

“Our governor wants to make sure the safety of our Cabalens would be put first, especially our frontliners and workers,” Chua shared. According to him, protective partitions and cubicles, which will serve as boarders of medical workers from consulting patients, are now being produced and distributed across the 11 district hospitals.

Provincial Manpower Training Center (PMTC) workers assemble electric fans to be distributed to the different district hospitals in the province. 
 (Photo by PMTC)

Francis Maslog, GSO and PMTC head, meanwhile disclosed that they’ve started to distribute additional electric fans in the district hospitals since yesterday.He added that mass production of improvised face shields and masks for the frontline workers are also ongoing to help ease the supply shortage caused by the COVID-19 outbreak. Furthermore, washable face masks and protective goggles were also given to Capitol employees here throughout the week. 

Chua said such control measures were observed to assure that workers safety will be one of their utmost priorities.

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