Blue Chip Builders, Inc., Pueblo de Panay Inc. donate testing booths to RMPH
Roxas City—As part its corporate social responsibility amidst the Corona Virus Disease 2019 (Covid-19) crisis, the Blue Chip Builders, Inc. and Pueblo de Panay donated two testing booths for the Roxas Memorial Provincial Hospital (RMPH).
Made of wood and polycarbonate, acrylic board. The booths will purposely shield help our frontliners and not be contaminated with the virus. The booths were turned last week and this week.
Meanwhile, the University of the Philippines Alumni Volunteers group led by Carmel Javier also donated 78 face-shields and 123 plastic masks to RMPH.
The personal protective equipment, face-shields, and masks were produced by the Capiz Innovation Center, a DTI-sponsored program at the Genesis Building in Pueblo de Panay Technopark through the efforts of Roxas City Voluteers led by Dan Modesto and UP alumni volunteers.
Mr. Dale Bernas, representing the private sectors and the Joint Chambers of Commerce and the Technical Team of the Blue Chip Builders, Inc. turned over the items to Dr. Edmarie Magallanes-Tormon and Dr. Omar Mejia of RMPH.