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PHOTO NEWS: Sultan Kudarat Doctor’s Hospital sa Tacurong City nag-donate ng food items para sa mga pamilya apektado ng COVID-19 outbreak  

TACURONG CITY, Philippines — The Sultan Kudarat Doctor’s Hospital Inc. (SKDHI) based in this city turned-over food packs and sacks of “fresh squash” to the troops of the Sultan Kudarat Provincial Mobile Force Company (SKPMFC), 43rd Special Action Company (SAC) and Special Action Battalion (SAB) for the families affected by the “quarantine” and “Lockdown” imposed by the city and provincial governments due to the prevailing threat of COVID-19.

The SKPMFC is headed by Lieutenant Colonel Roy Romualdo while the 43rd Special Action Company (SAC) and Special Action Battalion (SAB) is led by Lieutenant John Paul B. Agod and under the supervision of Captain Amado B. Espina.

SKPMFC-PCAD-PNCO Patrolwoman Mary Eileen P. Bautista said they will distribute the food items to the families affected by COVID in various parts of Sultan Kudarat province and thanked the SKDHI management, headed by Dr. Dante Eugenio and his wife Che-Che Ecija Eugenio, for trusting them to distribute it.

Patrolwoman Bautista said the PNP as one of the anti-COVID-19 frontliners, the initiative of assisting the “kindhearted individuals” of bringing their kindness to the needy people in this virus crisis is in line with the Bayanihan We Heal as One Act, PNP Kakampi Laban Sa COVId-19, Kapwa ko Sagoit Ko and PNP Kakampi Mo. (RAMIL H. BAJO-MINDANAO DESK/PHOTO CREDITS TO SKPMFC PRO-12)

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