Valenzuela receives 30 bikes for medical staff use amid community quarantine
The city government of Valenzuela received 30 Trinx bicycles and helmets that can be used by medical personnel when traveling to and from work during this time of enhanced community quarantine.
For more than a week now, public transportation has been suspended and non-essential travel is prohibited to prevent the further spread of the new coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). Therefore, it has become difficult for medical staff and other essential workers who don’t have their own vehicles to travel.
In Valenzuela, One Trinity President Mr. Jerry Tiu donated these bikes and helmets to Valenzuela City Emergency Hospital so their staff and personnel have something to use when going to work during the quarantine period.
As of March 25, the Department of Health (DOH) confirmed an additional 84 new COVID-19 cases in the Philippines, putting the total at 636. There are three new deaths and six new recoveries, putting the total to 38 and 26, respectively.
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