Pampanga PNP puts up quarantine facilities for COVID-19-stricken personnel

Published April 29, 2020, 12:00 AM

by manilabulletin_admin

By Donna Rempillo

SAN FERNANDO, Pampanga – Pampanga Police Provincial Office (PPO) Director Colonel Jean Fajardo has inspected 21 (19 municipalities and 2 cities) quarantine or isolation facilities for the use of its personnel who will be stricken by the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19).

Pampanga Police Provincial Director Jean Fajardo inspects a quarantine facility for exclusive use of suspected COVID-19 cases (Donna Rempillo/MANILA BULLETIN)
Pampanga Police Provincial Director Jean Fajardo inspects a quarantine facility for exclusive use of suspected COVID-19 cases (Donna Rempillo/MANILA BULLETIN)

Situated in two cities and 19 municipalities in the province, the quarantine facilities have been prepared to ensure that the health and well-being of Philippine National Police (PNP) personnel will be addressed in case any of them is infected with the coronavirus.

“We expect on Wednesday (April 29) that all of these facilities for our PNP personnel in
municipalities will be operational” Fajardo said on a text message.

According to Fajardo, the facilities have been well-coordinated with the local government units (LGUs), and that these will be supervised by the City or Municipal PNP office, and local health workers.

She recently inspected the quarantine facility in the town of Arayat ,which is on a single-storey building that was loaned by the municipal government to the local police. It has three rooms that can accommodate four persons each.

 
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