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An outbreak of the 2019 Novel Coronavirus Caused Hundreds of Thousands In Deaths

Covid-19 is a serious and contagious disease causing more than 1 million deaths all over the world. It has wreaked havoc not only among communities but as well affected world economies. Businesses have to temporarily close or shut down for good as many could no longer sustain the operational costs due to customer decline.

Businesses are not the only ones hurt in this pandemic but families whose bread weaners have lost their jobs due to company retrenchments leaving many jobless and families hungry.  Added to this unprecedented global crisis are the direct families and individuals coping emotionally, finding comfort and relief in grieving for lost loved ones.  Hence our organization is born to help the government on the present pandemic issue, give accurate information coming from the Department of Health, and as well vital pieces of information to combat mental health crises such as depression, stress, and grief. Our goal is to inspire and alleviate suffering and spread hope and cheer that we can surpass this obstacle together.  Click About Us to know more.

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The Covid19 according to the world health organization is an infectious disease caused by a new coronavirus. It causes mild to moderate respiratory illness but most recovers without the need for special treatment. Elderly people and those with underlying medical conditions such as cardiovascular disease, diabetes, chronic respiratory disease, and cancer are more likely to develop serious illness according to the World Health Organization website.

COVID-19 affects different people in different ways. Most infected people will develop mild to moderate illness and recover without hospitalization.

Most common symptoms:

  • fever.
  • dry cough.
  • tiredness.

Less common symptoms:

  • aches and pains.
  • sore throat.
  • diarrhoea.
  • conjunctivitis.
  • headache.
  • loss of taste or smell.
  • a rash on skin, or discolouration of fingers or toes.

Serious symptoms:

  • difficulty breathing or shortness of breath.
  • chest pain or pressure.
  • loss of speech or movement.

Seek immediate medical attention if you have serious symptoms.  Always call before visiting your doctor or health facility.

People with mild symptoms who are otherwise healthy should manage their symptoms at home.

On average it takes 5–6 days from when someone is infected with the virus for symptoms to show, however it can take up to 14 days.

Source: World Health Organization

If you know that you have been exposed to a Covid-19 positive person when contact traced or watching updates of your local government’s Covid-19 Command Center, here are some important things you need to do.

  • Don’t panic.
  • Immediately isolate yourself in your house.
  • Notify your local government health unit or call the (02) 894-COVID-1555. A person at the end of the line will assist you.

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To prevent infection and to slow transmission of COVID-19, do the following:

  • Wash your hands regularly with soap and water, or clean them with alcohol-based hand rub.
  • Maintain at least 1 metre distance between you and people coughing or sneezing.
  • Avoid touching your face.
  • Cover your mouth and nose when coughing or sneezing.
  • Stay home if you feel unwell.
  • Refrain from smoking and other activities that weaken the lungs.
  • Practice physical distancing by avoiding unnecessary travel and staying away from large groups of people. Source: World Health Organization.

Additionally, the Philippine Government’s Inter-Agency Task Force thru its Local Government Units may enforce the strict use of face masks and face shields in your area. Follow these rules religiously as your protection will protect your loved ones and others too.  Click here to see more.

The best way to prevent and slow down transmission is to be well informed about the COVID-19 virus, the disease it causes, and how it spreads. Protect yourself and others from infection by washing your hands or using an alcohol-based rub frequently and not touching your face.

The COVID-19 virus spreads primarily through droplets of saliva or discharge from the nose when an infected person coughs or sneezes, so it’s important that you also practice respiratory etiquette (for example, by coughing into a flexed elbow).  Source: World Health Organization

Additionally, you may follow these steps to keep you informed:

  • Like the Facebook page of your Local Government Unit’s (LGU’s) Facebook page to stay informed of the latest about health guidelines, safety travel policies, and updates on the spread of coronavirus in your community.
  • Do not violate any safety rules and guidelines as mandated by the National Government thru the Department of Health and the Covid-19 Inter-Agency Task Force.
  • Report unauthorized gatherings that exceed the number of attendees allowed by the government.

For people who have to work every day, we cannot avoid meeting people in public. Here are some practical tips to be sane and as well as avoid catching Covid-19.

  • Keep your immune system up keeping a healthy diet with lots of fruits and vegetables.
  • Supplement your food intake with vitamin-C, and Zinc.
  • Exercise every morning for at least 30 minutes of walking or aerobic exercises.
  • Expose to sunlight while doing exercise.
  • Avoid stress and keep a good positive mental attitude.
  • Avoid touching surfaces such as tables and handrails, and use your elbow to push doors open.
  • Avoid dining-in and instead, take the drive-thru takeaway.
  • Treat anyone you meet as a possible virus carrier but be nice and courteous.
  • When paying cash, receive your change, and the receipt in a food plastic bag.
  • When opening your car window or door to gas up or pay at the drive-thru counter, turn off your AC as it sucks air inside your car. Turn it back on after you close your window.
  • When doing groceries, carry with you a small spray bottle of rubbing alcohol to disinfect grocery cart handles. Have your list ready and get in and out at the least possible you can without lingering too much.
  • Shower with hot water with the heat you can tolerate and soak dirty clothes on water with detergent or wash them right away.
  • Sanitize doorknobs, tables, and chairs, handrails, and surfaces you frequently touch at home before you get cleaned up.

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DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH COVID HOTLINE:    (02) 894-COVID-1555

NATIONAL EMERGENCY HOTLINE:    911

 

NATIONAL DISASTER RISK REDUCTION AND MANAGEMENT COUNCIL (NDRRMC) HOTLINES
Trunk lines:

(02) 8911-5061 to 65 local 100

Operations Center:

(02) 8911-1406

(02) 8912-2665

(02) 8912-5668

(02) 8911-1873

NDRRMC Hotlines for Luzon
Office of Civil Defense – National Capital Region:

(02) 8421-1918

(02) 8913-2786

Office of Civil Defense – Region I:

(072) 607-6528

Office of Civil Defense – Region IV-A:

(049) 531-7266

NDRRMC Region IV-B:

(043) 723-4248

NDRRMC – Cordillera Administrative Region:

(074) 304-2256

(074) 619-0986

(074) 444-5298

(074) 619-0986

Office of the Civil Defense Regional Office Telephone Directory

Region I:

(072) 607-6528

(072) 700-4747

Region II:

(078) 304-1630

(078) 304-1631

Region III:

(045) 455-1526

(045) 455-0033

Region IV-A:

(049) 834-4344

(049) 531-7266

TF (049) 531-7279

Region IV-B:

(043) 723-4248

(043) 702-9361

Region V:

(052) 742-1176

+63917-574-7880 (Globe)

+63928-505-3861 (Smart)

Region VI:

(033) 336-9353

(033) 337-6671

(033) 509-7319

Region VII:

(032) 416-5025

(032) 253-6162

(032) 253-8730

+63917-947-5666 (Globe)

+63949-471-0009 (Smart)

Department of Social Welfare and Development
Text Hotline:

0918-912-2813

Trunkline:

(02) 8931-8101 to 07

Disaster Response Unit:

(02) 8856-3665

(02) 8852-8081

RED CROSS
Hotline:

National Blood Center:

Trunkline:

143

(02) 8527-8385 to 95

(02) 8527-0000

(02) 8790-2300

Disaster Management Office:

Emergency Response Unit:

134 (Staff), 132 (Manager), 133 (Radio Room)

(02) 8790-2300 local 604

Telefax:

(02) 8527-0864

DEPARTMENT OF INTERIOR AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT (DILG)
Trunkline:

(02) 8876 3454

Philippine National Police (PNP)
Emergency Hotline:

117

(02) 8722-0650

Text hotline:

0917-847-5757

Bureau of Fire Protection (BFP)
Direct line:

(02) 8426-0219

(02) 8426-0246

Philippine Coast Guard
Hotlines:

Telefax:

(02) 8527-8481 to 89

(02) 8527-3877

(02) 8527-3880 to 85

(02) 8527-8482 local 6291

Text hotline:

0917-PCG-DOTC (0917-724-3682)

0918-967-4697

METRO MANILA DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY (MMDA)
Hotline:

136

Trunkline:

Viber:

(02) 8882-4151 to 77

local 337 (Rescue)

local 1096 (Metrobase)

local 1135 Road Safety)

local 1168 (Public Safety)

local 1169 (Road Emergency)

local 1162/ 1163 (Flood Control)

local 1070 (Anti-Jaywalking)

0939-922-7161

DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION (DOTr)
DOTr Action Center Hotline:

Trunkline:

Telefax:

7890

(02) 8790-8300

(02) 8726-4925

Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines (CAAP)
Operations Center:

(02) 7944-2030

(02) 7944-2031

Manila International Airport Authority (MIAA)
Text hotline:

0917-839-6242 (TEXNAIA)

0918-918-6242

Trunk lines:

(02) 8877-1109 (Terminals 1, 2 & 4)

(02) 8877-7888 (Terminal 3)

Clark International Airport Corporation (CIAC)
Trunkline:

(045) 499-1464

Mactan-Cebu International Airport Authority (MCIAA)
Operations:

(032) 340-0228

Civil Aeronautics Board (CAB)
Public Assistance Hotline:

Trunk lines:

165-66

(02) 8853-7259

(02) 8854-5996

Maritime Industry Authority (MARINA)
Administrator Office:

(02) 8523-9078

(02) 8526-0971

(02) 8524-2895

Call and Text hotline:

0917-SUMBONG (7862664)

Land Transportation Office (LTO)
LTO Text hotline:

Text LTOHELP to 2600 (All networks)

Trunk line:

(02) 8922-9061 to 63

Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB)
24/7 hotline:

Public Assistance and Complaints:

1342

(02) 8426-2515

(02) 8426-2534

Text hotline:

0921-448-7777

PHILIPPINE ATMOSPHERIC, GEOPHYSICAL AND ASTRONOMICAL SERVICES ADMINISTRATION (PAGASA)

Trunkline:

(02) 8284-0800

PHILIPPINE INSTITUTE OF VOLCANOLOGY AND SEISMOLOGY (PHIVOLCS)

Trunkline:

(02) 8426-1468 to 79

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS AND HIGHWAYS (DPWH)
Hotline:

165-02

Trunkline:

(02) 5304-3000

North Luzon Expressway (NLEX)
NLEX-SCTEX Hotline:

Trunkline:

1-35000

(02) 8580-8900

Subic-Clark-Tarlac Expressway (SCTEX)
NLEX-SCTEX Hotline:

Emergency Number:

1-35000

0920-96-SCTEX (72839)

Trunk lines:

(02) 8362-2246

(02) 8362-9997

Skyway System
Office Hotline:

SMC Tollways Hotline:

(02) 88-SKYWAY (75-9929)

(02) 5318-TOLL (8655)

South Luzon Expressway (SLEX)
Hotlines:

(02) 5318-8655

0999-886-0893 (Smart)

0917-539-8762 (Globe)

0932-854-6980 (Sun Cellular)

CAVITEX
Hotline:

(02) 165-8888

Trunk lines:

(02) 8683-8001

(02) 8683-8002

Southern Tagalog Arterial Road (STAR Tollway)
Hotlines:

(43) 756- 7870

(43) 757-2277

Philippine National Railways (PNR)
Hotlines:

(02) 5319-0041

(02) 5319-0169

Light Rail Transit Authority (LRTA)
Hotline:

Line 2 Hotlines:

(02) 8647-3479 to 91

(02) 8647-3452

(02) 8647-3491 local 29846/ 29854

Metro Rail Transit (DOTr-MRT3)
Hotline:

(02) 8929-5347 local 2810

Office for Transportation Security (OTS)
Hotlines:

Mobile Hotline:

(02) 8853-5249

0919-9999-OTS (687)

Manila Traffic Hotlines:
(02) 8527-3087 to 88

(02) 8527-9860

Las Piñas Traffic Hotline:

(02) 8856-3132

Mandaluyong Traffic Hotlines:

(02) 8532-5347

(02) 8532-5001 to 28 local 323/ 357

Marikina Hotlines

Rescue 161:

161

(02) 8646-2436 to 38

(02) 8646-0427

(02) 7586-7344

0928-559-3341 (Smart)

0917-584-2168 (Globe)

Radio Room Tactical Operation Center:

(02) 8646-1631

0927-968-4311

Pasig Emergency/ Rescue Hotline:

(02)641-1907

(02) 8643-0000

Pasig Ka TEXT:

0908-899-3333

Makati Hotline
Makati Public Safety Department (MAPSA hotlines):

(02) 8819-3270

(02) 8844-3146

Manila Water Hotline:

1627

Maynilad Hotline:

Text Hotline:

1626

0998-864-1446

VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN AND CHILDREN (VAWC) HOTLINES
Department of Social Welfare and Development
Hotline:

(02) 8931-8101 to 07

DSWD –NCR Ugnayan Pag-asa Crisis Intervention Center
Hotlines:

(02) 8734-8639

(02) 8734-8654

(02) 8734-8626 to 27

Philippine National Police (PNP)
Hotline:

(02) 8723-0401 to 20

PNP-Women and Children Protection Center (WCPC)
Hotline:

(02) 3410-3213

NBI-Violence Against Women and Children Desk (VAWCD)
Hotlines:

(02) 8523-8231 to 38

(02) 8525-6028

Philippine Commission on Women (PCW)
Hotlines:

Fax Number:

(02) 8736-5249

(02) 8736-7712

(02) 8736-4449

NATIONAL CENTER FOR MENTAL HEALTH (NCMH)
Crisis Hotline:

Trunkline:

0917-899-USAP (8727)

989-USAP (8727)

(02) 8531-9001 to 10 local 201

Serious Facts About

Update About Coronavirus

Department of Health

There are

8,875

Deaths In All Over Philippines

There are

386,955

Recovered In All Over Philippines

World Health Organization (WHO)

There are

1,643,339

Deaths In All Over The World

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