Quezon Gov. Helen Tan orders removal of obstructions in front of Quezon Medical Center
Quezon Gov. Helen Tan has ordered the removal of obstructions that blocked the facade of the Quezon Medical Center.
Tan visited the hospital recently to check on the condition of its patients, and saw that its entrance was blocked by tents that also covered the monument of former President Manuel L. Quezon.
“Agad na nakapukaw ng kaniyang pansin ang harapan ng ospital na puno ng mga tolda, dahilan para maging madilim at matakluban ang bantayog ni dating pangulo Manuel L. Quezon. Kaya ito’y binigyan ng agarang aksyon na nagresulta ng malaking pagkakaiba mula sa nakasanayan nitong itsura,” Tan’s office said.
With the removal of the structures, the facade hospital looked cleaner and brighter, it said.
“Sa maikling panahon ay nakagawa tayo ng simpleng aksyon na nagdulot ng malaking pagbabago. Kaya naman, patuloy tayong maniwala na sa pakikipagbalikatan ng bawat isa, unti-unti nating maaayos at maibabangon ang ating lalawigan,” it added.
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