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Here's a list of Philippine-made reusable face masks for public use now that more places are easing restrictions of the community quarantine to allow the economy to recover.
The bamboo-framed face shield personal protective equipment (PPE) recently developed by the Department of Science and Technology (DOST) - Philippines is set to be mass-produced for Cabuyao town in Laguna.
The REwear (Re-useable, Washable, Re-wearable) Face Masks of the Department of Science and Technology - Philippine Textile Research Institute (DOST–PTRI) has been found to be in compliance with the guidelines of the World Health Organization (WHO).
Jeepneys in San Fernando, Pampanga were redesigned for safety for the “new normal” in the mass transportation system following health protocols to stop the spread of COVID 19.
South Korea and the Philippines remain united for 70 years now since the Korean War in June 1950. During this month of celebration, the two countries unite hand-in-hand against a more daunting enemy known as COVID-19.
Ifugao weave face masks are now available to ship anywhere in the Philippines to help you fight COVID-19 while supporting the indigenous tribe’s weavers and farmers.
A face mask made of Philippine Abaca and developed in Misamis Oriental has been tested and approved by the Department of Science and Technology (DOST) Region 10.
The Philippines' air carriers have set up safety protocols in preparation for the resumption of flights after the community quarantine stopped most air routes.
University of the Philippines Los Baños (UPLB) is addressing the shortage of various protective equipment (PPE) to protect hospital frontliners from COVID-19 infection.
National athlete Jia Morado has raised over 1 million pesos for personal protective equipment to protect hospital frontliners battling the COVID-19 pandemic.
Philippine flag-inspired washable Frontliners Hazmat by Mindanao Fashion Queen Guela Ampong honors health workers
Check out the Frontliners Hazmat by the Queen of Mindanaoan Fashion Guela Ampong, a nurse turned fashion designer.
Palawan Eco-artist JC Enon has designed a way to transform plastic bottles into personal protective equipment (PPE) face shields for healthcare workers and other frontliners in the battle against the coronavirus disease or COVID-19.