Temporary shelters for Lung Center frontliners complete

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Temporary shelters, built under The Oasis Project, for the frontliners of Lung Center of the Philippines were turned over today, June 15.

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“Hangarin ng proyektong ito na mabigyan ng ginhawa ang ating medical frontliners, sa gitna ng mga hamon na kanilang hinaharap sa mapanghamong panahong ito,” the Office of the Vice President (OVP) said.

“Dahil sa husay,┬ámalasakit, at pusong ipinamalas ng ating mga kasama mula sa pribadong sektor, naitayo natin ang isang maaliwalas at maayos na pahingahan, na umaasa tayong makakatulong sa ating magigiting na hospital workers,” it added.

The OVP also extended gratitude to partners. “Lubos tayong nagpapasalamat sa lahat ng ating partners at donors, na bukas-palad at walang-sawang nakikiisa sa pagsuporta ng ating Tanggapan sa frontliners: Architect Peach Buencamino; IKEA Philippines; interior designers Ivy and Cynthia Almario; Architect Rene Heray; Shirley Sanders ng Gardens by Sanders; Ronnie Traballo ng Bomanite; Jeffrey and Vivian Ng ng Astoria Properties; Elizabeth Cheng; Zaldy and Mylene Co; Nippon Paint; EM Cuerpo, Inc.; 51st Engineer Brigade ng the Philippine Army; Matrix Appliances Philippines; Mr. Philip at Sherwin Yao ng Graceline Furniture; Uratex; Institute of Integrated Electrical Engineers of the Philippines; Aboitiz Foundation; Pangilinan Fabric and Leather Supply; Yeye Babatuan; Jun Toribio of TEUS Upholstery; Vicente & Juanita Hao Chin Chua Foundation; HCG President Sam Chen; Bea Cabagay; JR Gutierrez Furniture; Cenit Lighting; GK Kalinga Construction and Hardware, Inc.; at Rona’s Garden, Inc,” the OVP said.