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Private sector gives Capitol aid to frontliners

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Gov. Dennis “Delta” Pineda, together with board member Atty. Ananias “Jun” Canlas, Jr. and Liga ng mga Barangay president Renato “Gabby” Mutuc, personally receives 5,000 pieces of facemasks donated by former San Simon Mayor Rodrigo “Digos” Canlas and businessman Stephen Go. Contributed photo


 

CITY OF SAN FERNANDO– The private sector in the province has joined the local government unitsparticularly the Capitol in providing for the immediate need of the frontliners in the battle Covid-19.

Pampanga food company Fresh Options Meat Shop donated 1,500 kilos of chicken for the medical personnel of Diosdado P. Macapagal Memorial Hospital on March 25.

Early this week, former San Simon Mayor Rodrigo “Digos” Canlas and businessman Stephen Go turned over 5,000 pieces of facemask to the provincial government.

On March 23, Rotary Club of Greater Floridablanca led by Rotarian Marion Ocampo, contributed 500 pieces of reusable facemask to the governor.

Alex Fung, chief executive officer of Vontobel Wealth Management Asia provided additional Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) for the frontliners. He also gave at least 1,000 pieces of N95 face masks and 20 pieces of PPE suits intended to secure the safety of the frontline personnel.

Reggie Tolentino of the Pampanga Chamber of Commerce also vowed to give Acrylic Aerosol Boxes for the district and provincial hospitals.

Other government agencies like Technical Education and Skills Development Authority Pampanga also gave 1,050 pieces of facemasks.

According to TESDA, the said facemasks were fabricated through the training program of the agency for graduates at Global Citi College of Science and Technology located in Sta. Ana town

Gov. Dennis ‘Delta’ Pineda lauded the support given by the private sectors to the province. According to him, these are the times where unity and collaboration must reign in the hearts of every Kapampangan. The governor assured the private sectors that all donations will be fully maximized to aid the frontliners.

 

 

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