Filipina actress and philanthropist Angel Locsin is one of the most active celebrity personalities to help amid the COVID-19 crisis in the country.
By spearheading #UniTENTweStandPH donation drive, hospitals in Metro Manila and some provinces in Luzon are provided with isolation tents. Isolation tents are a great help to prevent overcrowding in hospitals. They are also ideal to screen tests and prevent the spread of the coronavirus to health workers. Angel with her fiance Neil Arce, and friends are seen personally hands-on putting up the isolation tents.
Recently, Angel and her team were spotted setting up tents for hospitals in Muntinlupa. Prior to this, she was also seen sending help in Philippine General Hospital and other medical centers in Metro Manila.
Many Filipinos pledge their support to the real-life Darna’s anti-COVID-19 cause program. Angel’s fellow artists support her #UniTENTweSTANDPH campaign. Singer couple Regine Velasquez-Alcasid and Ogie Alcasid donated tents to the National Kidney Transplant Institute, and Diliman Doctors Hospital. While Anne Curtis-Heussaff and Erwan Heussaff donated to the Veterans Memorial Medical Center. The total donation already reached more than 9 Million pesos in less than a couple of weeks, as of this writing.
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Angel Locsin has always been present every time Filipinos face challenging times. No wonder she gets high praise from fellow stars. “Mabuhay ka, Angel Locsin sa pagpapatayo mo ng tents para sa ating mga bayaning frontliners na kailangan pa nating lahat na pasalamatan ng 1 million times more than we’ve been thanking them! ”, Megastar Sharon Cuneta said to her. Manila Mayor Isko Moreno praised her with, “Sa mga artista, tularan nyu si ANGEL LOCSIN! Andun sa bahay nya tumutulong sa tao”.
There are three ways to join Angel’s #UniTENTweSTANDPH program, through Paymaya, Paypal, and EastWest bank. Refer to the poster below.
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