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OVP turns over 53,000 PPE sets to 215 hospitals

Leni Robredo and the Office of the Vice President had, thus far, turned over 53,325 Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) sets to 215 hospitals across the country.

In a statement, the Office of the Vice President said that recipients of the PPEs, which were funded by the OVP and its fund drive, included:

  •     Diliman Doctors Hospital, Quezon City
  •     General Miguel Malvar Foundation Hospital, Quezon City
  •     Our Lady of Fatima Medical Center, Valenzuela City
  •     Valenzuela Medical Center, Valenzuela City
  •     Alfonso Specialist Hospital, Pasig City
  •     Cruz-Rabe Maternity and General Hospital, Taguig City
  •     De Los Santos Medical Center, Quezon City
  •     Mandaluyong City Medical Center, Mandaluyong City
  •     Manila Naval Hospital, Taguig City
  •     Marikina Doctors Hospital and Medical Center, Inc., Pasig City
  •     St. Vincent General Hospital, Marikina City
  •     Medical Center Muntinlupa, Inc., Muntinlupa City
  •     Medical Center Parañaque, Parañaque City
  •     Metropolitan Medical Center, Manila
  •     Mission Hospital, Pasig City
  •     Ospital ng Parañaque 1, Parañaque City
  •     Ospital ng Tondo, Manila
  •     Pope John Paul II Hospital, Las Piñas City
  •     Taguig Pateros District Hospital (Department of OB-GYNE), Taguig City
  •     Medical Center Taguig, Taguig City
  •     Tricity Medical Center, Pasig City
  •     The University of Perpetual Help Dalta Medical Center, Las Piñas City
  •     Army General Hospital, Metro Manila
  •     Chinese General Hospital, Manila
  •     Dr. J. Sabili General Hospital, Taguig City
  •     UP Health Center / Philippine Genome Center, Quezon City
  •     AMOSUP Seamen’s Hospital Manila
  •     Dr. Jesus Delgado Memorial Hospital, Quezon City
  •     Our Lady of Peace Hospital, Parañaque City
  •     PNP General Hospital (under the PNP Health Service), Quezon City
  •     San Juan de Dios Hospital, Pasay City
  •     South Superhighway Medical Center, Parañaque City and
  •     St. Jude Hospital, Manila, among others.

As of 6 p.m. of April 6, the OVP and its private partners had raised P47 million for PPE sets. The amount could be used to purchase 108,054 PPE sets that would last 7,203 frontliners for 15 days.

Aside from the PPE sets, the same fund drive also financed the distribution of 12,777 food and care packages for frontliners, which included but was not limited to security guards, janitors, midwives, among other hospital employees.

Of the 12,77 food and care packages, 2,350 packs were distributed to 15 hospitals in Metro Manila.

The OVP, however, appealed for patience since supplies for PPE sets were difficult to come by.

“Humihingi po kami ng kaunting pasensya dahil medyo pahirapan po ang supplies, habang patuloy ang pagpasok ng mga requests para sa ating mga frontliners—mula Batanes hanggang Tawi-Tawi,” the OVP said.

“Ang pakikipagtulungan po natin sa ating mga Pinoy fashion designers upang makagawa ng protective suits ay inaasahang makakapagpabilis ng ating pagtugon sa mga ito,” the OVP added.

Those who know of suppliers of PPEs could reach out through +63 998 596 8820 or send an email to

Those who were willing to donate, on the other hand, could visit the following links: 

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— DVM, GMA News