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Covid-19 frontline workers are being honored in new Philippine stamps issued by the Philippine Postal Corporation (PHLPost).
The Journey's Arnel Pineda is paying tribute to the frontliners of the fight against the coronavirus disease pandemic with his new song composition, “Your Soldiers”.
SM Development Corporation's (SMDC) Good Guys program is helping frontliners, elderly, PWDs with their daily needs during the COVID 19 pandemic that has limited movement outside of residences.
University of the East (UE) students dedicated an original composition song, "Lalaban Tayo", to encourage the nation's frontliners of the battle against COVID 19.
The Araw ng Maynila celebrations on Wednesday are dedicated to honoring COVID 19 frontliners of the Philippines' capital city.
Toyota Motor Philippines Corporation (TMP) is donating 30 Philippine-made Vios units to Metro Manila and Laguna public hospitals to assist in the mobility of healthcare workers amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Modern-day heroic Filipino frontliners were honored in a Philippine Independence Day video released by the Department of Tourism on June 12, 2020.
Lysol Philippines has donated Php36 million to the Philippine Red Cross to set up a COVID-19 testing center in Cagayan De Oro and help poor sectors get tested for the disease.
Binthau Bakeshop in Rizal has been giving away free bread and personal protective equipment (PPE) to frontliners while the province remained under lockdown to stop the spread of coronavirus disease.
Ginebra San Miguel (GSM) has reimagined its iconic label after more than 185 years, to honor and commemorate frontliners in the battle against the coronavirus disease pandemic.
Health 101 Restoreant in Baguio owned by Elmer Macalingay was turned into a community kitchen for nearly two months while Luzon was placed under Enhanced Community Quarantine (ECQ) to stop the spread of coronavirus disease.
The University of the Philippines College of Home Economics (UP CHE) released Do-It-Yourself (DIY) tutorials for face masks and asked the public to help save the medical-grade masks for frontliners in the fight against the coronavirus disease.