Pasig to distribute Christmas food packs
Pasig City will still distribute Christmas food packs to residents despite constraints due to the coronavirus pandemic, Mayor Vico Sotto said in a report by GMA News.
The “Pamaskong Handog 2020” food packs will contain rice, noodles, and a variety of other meat products and ingredients for holiday meals.
Each food pack costs P565.90 and will be distributed to 360,000 beneficiaries for a total of over P203 million.
“Medyo malungkot dahil bawal muna ang mga party, nandyan pa rin ang banta ng COVID. Pero gagawin natin ang lahat para maging masaya pa rin sa Pasig ngayong Kapaskuhan,” he said in a Facebook post.
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