PGH Shares Lessons Learned During Ongoing Efforts to Prevent COVID-19 Transmission

 

PGH Shares Lessons Learned During Ongoing Efforts to Prevent COVID-19 Transmission

by Regina Berba, Eric Berberabe, Bill Veloso, Rodney Dofitas, Lilibeth Genuino, and Gap Legaspi

 

For the PGH COVID Crisis Team When our country started to reel from the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, one constant event happened everywhere: CHAOS! There was no handbook or established guide on how to deal with this new virus appropriately; hence most of us just adapted to the situation as we went along. As we braced ourselves for the worst, we have seen the PGH community continue weather the storm and come out better and stronger for it. This was only possible through the diligence, hard work, and dedication of our HCWs as well as the outpouring of support from the greater community around us in the form of donations, supplies, prayers and support. This narrative is a short read from PGH about the FIVE LESSONS we LEARNED on concrete steps to reduce the spread of COVID-19. This is our way of giving hope to the tired frontliners, policy makers and rest of our countrymen during this difficult pandemic. 

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