Medical help is always available, Majayjay Mayor Jojo Clado assures residents
Since Laguna is not too far from the Taal Volcano in Batangas that erupted, Majayjay Mayor Jojo Clado is assuring the residents of the town that medical help is available to them.
As ash and debris blanketed nearby towns and reached Metro Manila, Clado announced on Facebook that regional health units are open to help those affected by the ash fall.
Surgical masks are also being given for free, which could help even though it is not the ideal mask in this situation.
He also said he had ordered more masks to be delivered so that it could be given to residents.
Amid this tragedy, the Majayjay government is here to help, he said.
“WE ARE HERE FOR YOU
JANUARY 13, 2020
Open po ang ating RHU ngayon kung sakaling mangangailangan kayo ng serbisyong medikal lalo na sa mga may hika na lubos na apektado ng Ashfall. Namimigay din kami ng libreng Surgical mask (alam kong hindi ito ang tamang mask pero kahit papaano ay makakapigil pa rin ng ash particles kahit papaano). May mga stock pa kami kaya punta na lang kayo sa RHU. Bukas darating ang iba pa naming order na mask kung magkakaubusan po mamaya.
Ang inyong lingkod kasama ng MDRRMO Team ay nakaantabay naman sa munisipyo.
Dito lang po kami para sa inyo! 😘
Again, isara ang mga bintana at pintuan, magsalamin/goggles (wag titingala) at mag mask kung lalabas ng bahay,” Clado posted.
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