West Zone concessionaire Maynilad Water Services, Inc. (Maynilad) provided hydration support for COVID-19 medical frontliners amid the re-implementation of the enhanced community quarantine in the National Capital Region. The water company donated some 14,000 pieces of bottled water and meals to 42 private and public hospitals in Metro Manila, including Asian Hospital and Medical Center, Makati Medical Center, Cardinal Santos Medical Center, Manila Doctors Hospital, De Los Santos Medical Center, Dr. Jesus C. Delgado Memorial Hospital, Lourdes Hospital, and Sacred Heart Hospital of Malolos. The photo shows Maynilad personnel turning over donations of bottled water for the frontliners of Marikina Valley Medical Center during the “#SalamatMgaMVPs” feeding program.
Bottled water donations were also given to the frontliners of Caloocan South Medical Center, Caloocan North Medical Center, Dr. Jose N. Rodriguez Memorial Hospital, Las Piñas General Hospital (District Hospital), Perpetual Help, Pope John Paul II Hospital, Las Piñas Doctor’s Hospital , Las Piñas Medical Center, Ospital Ng Makati, Ospital Ng Malabon, Philippine General Hospital, Metropolitan Medical Center, Sta. Ana Hospital, San Lazaro Hospital, Tondo Medical Center, Ospital Ng Muntinlupa, Research Institute for Tropical Medicine, Alabang Medical Center, Medical Center of Muntinlupa, Navotas City Hospital, Ospital Ng Parañaque, Parañaque Doctor’s Hospital, San Dionisio Health Center, Pasay General Hospital, Air Force General Hospital, Adventist Medical Hospital, San Juan De Dios Hospital, QC General Hospital, Novaliches District Hospital, Rosario Maclang Bautista Gen. Hospital, Valenzuela Medical Center, Fatima University Medical Center, and Gat. Andres Bonifacio Memorial Medical Center.
Maynilad has been actively providing assistance to the government’s COVID-19 initiatives through donations of alcohol and disinfection materials, as well as the provision of free water supply for government quarantine and testing facilities across the West Concession area. Last year, Maynilad also built a
P15-million COVID-19 testing and laboratory center inside the Delos Santos Medical Center (DLSMC) compound in Quezon City to help boost the country’s testing capacity, in line with national efforts to curb the pandemic.