Zamboanga City Health Officer To Public: Heed Medical Frontliners Call For Time Out

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Zamboanga City Health Officer has appealed to the public to heed the medical frontliners call for time out.

“We have seen our fellow health care workers called for a time out a call of distress. Let us heed this call let us help our frontliners,” Dr. Dulce Amor Miravite, city health officer said.

Miravite made this statement during a virtual press conference Monday night.

Miravite explained, this is also a call for the public to voluntarily do their part when it comes to the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (Covid-19) fight.

The public must do their part so not many people will be sick all together at the same time to a point that the health care system can no longer accomodate the patients.

She said, by following the health standards the public can help the frontliners. This includes: wearing of face mask, hand washing, and strictly follow the social distancing.

For Zamboanga City, a total of 21 frontliners were recorded a nurse, a doctor, a technician, security forces eight, and others 10.

For Zamboanga City, Covid-19 now soared to 622. For recoveries 333, active cases 269, and 20 deaths.

Recall, medical frontliners in Manila asked for a time out as almost all hospitals are full and frontliners are already stressed and exhausted. (R.G. Antonet A. Go)

(Source: Dr. Dulce Amor Miravite, City Health Officer)

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