Face Masks for Davao City
Bud and Jo Jo decided to take all the material scraps left over from the Clothes for the Children project and make face masks for the poor villagers.
Last week, the government ordered all citizens to wear masks when venturing outside during the month-long lockdown. Most all of the very poor do not have facemasks.
As of April 4th, the Philippines has reported 3,246 COVID-19 cases with 152 deaths. The main island of Luzon which is 120 miles from Davao City has been under lockdown since March 16th, while local authorities in other provinces have imposed their own set of restrictions.
Mayor Sara Duterte has placed all of Davao City under “community quarantine” amid the growing number of novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) cases in the country.
In her Executive Order No. 1 issued on March 15, Duterte said the local government here should take “aggressive and proactive” measures, as the number of COVID-19 cases in the country continues to rise.
You may click on this link to view the Face Mask Project
Update on the Davao City Face Mask Project
Submitted by Bob Wolkins President of Heartland Council