Bulacan families affected by localized lockdown, receives ‘ayuda’

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CITY OF MALOLOS – Some 743 families affected by the localized lockdown in Barangay Perez in Bulakan, Bulacan received food packs from the provincial government through the Provincial Social Welfare and Development Office (PSWDO) on Thursday, October 1.

According to Rowena Joson-Tiongson, head of PSWDO, each household received a food pack containing 5 kilos of rice and 10 packs of noodles as assistance to the affected families.

Governor Daniel Fernando said that the PGB is continuously providing food packs to Bulakenyos especially to those families who are on lockdown.

“Ang Pamahalaang Panlalawigan po ay patuloy na sumusuporta sa mga apektadong lugar lalo na po sa mga area na kasalukuyang naka-lockdown. Tuluy-tuloy po ang pamamahagi natin ng food packs at pinagsusumikapan po namin na maibigay at matustusan ang inyong pangangailangan sa kabila ng kinakaharap nating pandemya,” the governor said.

A total of seven positive COVID-19 cases were recorded by the barangay officials and ordered a localized lockdown last September 4 to 19, 2020 while the barangay was still under enhanced community quarantine.

Brgy. Chairman Santos M. Villanueva also expressed his gratitude to the PGB and to the People’s Governor for personally delivering the food packs for their community.

“Maraming salamat po sa ating Pamahalaang Panlalawigan sa kanilang pagtugon sa aming pangangailangan dito sa aming barangay lalo na po sa ating gobernador na personal po talaga kaming sinadya para iabot itong mga food pack para sa aming barangay,” Villanueva said.

As of September 30, Bulacan has recorded a total of 5,920 confirmed COVID-19 cases with 4,181 recoveries, 1,640 active cases and 989 deaths.

IN PHOTO: Governor Daniel Fernando hands over a food pack to Chairman Santos M. Villanueva of Barangay Perez, Bulakan, Bulacan during the official turnover of 743 food packs to affected families of localized lockdown in the said Barangay. Also in the photo are (L-R) Provincial Social Welfare and Development Officer Rowena Joson-Tiongson, Bulakan MSWDO Marivic Morelos and Police Lt. Moner Orang, Bulakan Chief of Police. (ELOI SAMONTE)

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