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.
Toyota Philippines on June 16, 2020, announced its agreement with the Department of Health (DOH) to support the mobility needs of healthcare workers at this time of the COVID-19 pandemic.
In his short message during the simple ceremony, TMP president Okamoto commended healthcare workers for their sacrifice and hard work, saying, “Toyota salutes all healthcare workers in the country – the brave heroes who continue to work relentlessly to care for the sick and preserve life… Please accept Toyota’s humble contribution of providing mobility services through our proudly Philippine-made and ever-dependable Toyota Vios.”
Culminating the simple event was the actual turnover of one (1) Vios unit each to Jose R. Reyes Memorial Medical Center, San Lazaro Hospital, and San Lorenzo Ruiz Women’s Hospital. TMP will complete the turnover of units to identified public hospitals by July 2020.
On top of the vehicle donation, TMP, in partnership with Toyota Mobility Foundation, currently provides ten (10) connected and sanitized shuttles to the Philippine General Hospital health workers. All shuttles are in compliance with the “new normal” guidelines to ensure that healthcare workers are well-protected.
Toyota Philippines had also resumed its car plant production after setting up new safety protocols for its vehicles and employees.
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