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Protecting troops enforcing COVID-19 quarantine checkpoints

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adroth:

--- Quote from: adroth on March 23, 2020, 05:48:42 AM ---https://www.facebook.com/markgobaguio/posts/10156985791534149

CONG. MARK GO PRESENTS PROTECTIVE GEARS FOR BGHMC FRONTLINERS

Cong. Mark Go presented 50 sets of Personal Protective Equipment (bunny suits and booties) to Dr. Ricardo Runez Jr. of Baguio General Hospital and Medical Center (BGHMC) for the use of its doctors and other frontliners who are working tirelessly in fighting the COVID-19 pandemic and other related cases. These items were donated by Texas Instruments Philippines.

Maraming maraming salamat, Texas Instruments Philippines!











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jetmech:
   The problem with the PPE (suits) for frontliners, they're one-time use, once contaminated or exposed to the virus. The Wuhan frontliners had to wear pampers all day to alleviate changing PPEs  during an 8 hour shift (in & out of exposed environment). Maybe it's time to rethink or innovate like wearing parkas/ raincoats, then decontaminate by spraying with solution of water mixed with borax or chlorox (typical chemical-biological decon station). Just a thought. Even Tyvex can be sprayed not soaked. Objective is protect the front liners. Doctors (husband & wife recently) have died during the past week at PGH.

adroth:

--- Quote from: adroth on April 10, 2020, 11:13:55 AM ---https://www.facebook.com/PhilippineSTAR/posts/1730907997062874

Philippine National Police (PNP) frontliners donned protective suits to avoid exposure to COVID-19 as they man check points at the Balintawak Exit.















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