St. Luke's provides free groceries to frontliners
St. Luke's Medical Center (SLMC) has launched Care Store in its Global City branch, which provides free groceries for its frontliners and their families.
"A project of the SLMC executives, this make-shift store aims to provide the hospital’s frontliners and their families FREE grocery items, as a token of appreciation for their hard work and selfless efforts to continuously provide patient care amid the COVID-19 crisis," SLMC said in a Facebook post.
"Our frontliners can choose from the array of food and other essentials they can use or share with their loved ones," it added.
The store opened Friday, April 3. St. Luke’s Care Store in SLMC Quezon City is set to open on Tuesday, April 7.
The Philippines has recorded 2,633 COVID-19 cases, 107 deaths, and 51 recoveries.
At least 10 doctors have succumbed to the disease, as of March 27.
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