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OVP turns over 23k protective gear for health workers in 62 hospitals, communities


Over 23,000 Personal Protective Equipment for health workers have been turned over by the Office of Vice President (OVP) to 62 hospitals and communities amid the coronavirus disease or COVID-19 threat.

In a statement, the OVP said that among the 62 recipients of the items purchased thru funding from OVP and private donors include:

  • National Center for Mental Health
  • Hospital of the Infant Jesus Medical Center
  • Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital
  • Manila Medical Center
  • UST Hospital
  • Dr. Jose Fabella Memorial Hospital
  • Manila Doctors Hospital
  • Tondo Medical Center
  • Ospital ng Sampaloc
  • Mary Chiles Hospital
  • Ospital ng Muntinlupa
  • Ospital ng Parañaque
  • Pasig Doctors Medical Center
  • World Citi Medical Center
  • Novaliches General Hospital
  • FEU Hospital
  • Rosario Maclang Bautista General Hospital
  • San Juan City Hospital
  • St. Martin de Porres Charity Hospital
  • Valenzuela Citicare Medical Center
  • Ospital ng Makati
  • Ilocos Training and Regional Medical Center, La Union
  • Bondoc Peninsula District Hospital, Quezon
  • Amang Rodriguez Memorial Medical Center, Marikina City
  • Veterans Memorial Medical Center, Quezon City
  • Philippine Orthopedic Center, Quezon City
  • Philippine General Hospital, Manila
  • Research Institute for Tropical Medicine, Muntinlupa City
  • Lung Center of the Philippines, Quezon City
  • Quirino Memorial Medical Center, Quezon City
  • UP - National Institutes of Health, Manila
  • East Avenue Medical Center, Quezon City
  • Philippine Heart Center, Quezon City
  • San Lazaro Hospital, Manila
  • Barangay Concepcion Dos & Fortune, Marikina City
  • Barangay Baesa and Sauyo, Quezon City
  • Barangay Matandang Balara, Quezon City
  • Baseco Barangay Health Workers, Manila
  • Sorsogon Provincial Hospital, Sorsogon
  • Batangas Provincial Hospital, Batangas
  • Gen. Emilio Aguinaldo Memorial Hospital, Cavite
  • Ospital ng Maynila, Manila
  • Novaliches District Hospital, Metro Manila
  • Bicol Medical Center, Camarines Sur
  • Naga City Hospital, Camarines Sur
  • National Kidney and Transplant Institute, Metro Manila
  • Justice Jose Abad Santos General Hospital, Metro Manila
  • Jose R. Reyes Memorial Medical Center, Metro Manila
  • Ospital ning Capas, Tarlac
  • Rizal Medical Center, Rizal
  • National Children's Hospital, Metro Manila
  • Philippine Children's Medical Center, Metro Manila
  • St. John Hospital, Inc., Camarines Sur
  • USI Mother Seton Hospital, Camarines Sur
  • Antipolo City Medical Hospital, Antipolo
  • Divine Grace Medical Center, General Trias, Cavite
  • Bicol Regional Training and Teaching Hospital, Albay
  • Quezon Medical Center, Lucena City
  • Mount Carmel Diocesan General Hospital. Lucena City
  • Lucena United Doctors Hospital and Medical Center, Lucena City
  • Bicol Sanitarium, Sipocot and
  • Dr. Jose N. Rodriguez Memorial Hospital (Tala Hospital)

The OVP, however, continued its call to the public to donate more PPEs by visiting the link: bit.ly/forCOVID19frontliners.

Likewise, donors can also send their donation thru PayMaya and Lazada.

In addition, the OVP also appealed to the public to help the office reach out to suppliers/makers of PPE sets by sending a message to this movie number +63 998 596 8820 or sending an email to angatbuhay@gmail.com.

Earlier, Vice President Leni Robredo called on the public to report the Facebook account of a certain Jerome Tan who claimed that the OVP collected P21 million worth of donations but failed to provide PPE sets for health workers amid the COVID-19 as OVP promised.

“In the midst of this tragedy, may gana pa talaga mag [post ng] fake news. Please check our page. We have been rendering regular reports of the PPEs we have already distributed and hospitals we have already served,” the Vice President said.

“Anyone can ask the hospitals directly whether or not they have already received PPEs from us. Please help us report this fake news peddler,” Robredo added.

Undersecretary Rosario Vergeire earlier said there is a shortage of PPE sets in the country due to the global PPE shortage brought about by the COVID-19 problem. — Llanesca T. Panti/RSJ, GMA News

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