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For minor Covid instances, Bataan has opened a treatment and monitoring center.

The Bataan province government announced the opening of the Mariveles District Hospital’s Temporary Treatment and Monitoring Facility (TTMF) in the Freeport Area of Bataan on Thursday.

The TTMF, which is located in the Standard Factory Building 13 hangar and has a capacity of 76 beds, will treat asymptomatic and moderate cases of coronavirus illness in 2019. (Covid-19).

“Asahan po ninyo na mas palalawigin pa natin ang kakayanan ng nasabing pasilidad upang maging isang ganap ng Mariveles District Hospital na mayroong critical care unit (ICU) na makatutugon sa iba pang pangangailangang medikal ng mga pasyente upang maging (You may anticipate us to extend the capability of this institution to completely become an extension field hospital of the Mariveles District Hospital with an intensive care unit that can respond to patients’ additional medical needs),” Garcia stated in a social media post.

On January 25, the Authority of the Freeport Area of Bataan (AFAB), the Philippine Red Cross, the Department of Health, the provincial government, and the office of Bataan’s second congressional district signed a memorandum of understanding (MOA) to fully support the facility’s operation.

Governor Garcia, Rep. Jose Enrique Garcia III of the second district, DOH-Central Luzon director Dr. Corazon Flores, Bataan DOH officer Dr. Francisco Hermoso, AFAB administrator Emmanuel Pineda, Red Cross Bataan chapter administrator Charlie Gatbonton, and Mariveles District Hospital chief Dr. Hector Santos were among the signatories.

Hospital beds, tents, and oxygen tanks were among the items donated by the Philippine Red Cross to the institution.

“Maraming salamat sa Authority of the Freeport Area of Bataan, Philippine Red Cross, at Department of Health sa pakikipagtulungan sa ating Pamahalaang Panlalawigan at sa Mariveles District Hospital upang maisakatuparan ito at makapagbigay ng de kalidad na serbisyong pangkalusugan sa ating mga kababayan)

The province’s total number of confirmed Covid-19 cases is 35,393, with 2,828 active infections as of January 25.

Although 31,295 people have recovered, 1,270 have died as a result of the illness.

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