It wasn't just relief goods that Leo Diola and his friend Laurence Nodera brought to frontliners of two hospitals in Sto. Tomas and Tanuan in Batangas.
Dressed in Spider-Man suits, the two men also brought joy to their recipients, who were pleasantly surprised at their, erm, chosen OOTDs.
The YouScoopers gave out 25 kilos sack of rice and face mask holders for the frontliners from St. Cabrini Hospital in Sto. Tomas and the CP Reyes Hospital in Tanauan, Batangas.
According to Leo, he owns a 3D printer that previously allowed him to distribute face-shield holders.
This time, he decided to use his gadget and gave out face mask holders.
Even before the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) threat, Leo has already been participating in outreach programs in children's hospitals wearing the same Spider-Man costume to give joy and donations to the kids.
This is not the first time that people dressed up in superhero costumes amid the enhanced community quarantine — and Spider-Man seems to be the favorite.
A "friendly neighborhood" Spider-Man surprised residents in a subdivision in Victoria, Tarlac when he gave away bags of free food, while another Spider-man went to the market in Sampaloc Manila. They all made the food delivery rider who wore a Black Panther costume quite the standout.
President Rodrigo Duterte has placed the entire Luzon under enhanced community quarantine on March 17 to contain the spread of the coronavirus disease 2019. It has been extended to April 30. — Jannielyn Ann Bigtas/LA, GMA News