In safe groundGeneral Chat Chat Lounge On Monday (January 13, 2020), a family walks barefoot on a muddy road in the direction of the town of Tawane, in the town of Toulouse. Some residents of the affected areas were evacuated on Sunday for fear of the safety of the Tall volcano, as authorities raised the alert level 4, meaning "dangerous blasts are few." It's possible in the daytime. "
Manila – Health Secretary Francesco Duke III said Tuesday that the department has recently increased the resources of its regional offices in response to the eruption.
Duke said, "We have taken medicines, eye drops and asthma medications, including N95 and medical surgery, facial masks for surgery, containers for collapsible water and Jerry's cans, water purifying pills, and hygiene. Health kits are sent to Calabarzon and the National Capital Region. " A statement.
Duke advises asthma sufferers to wear N95 masks, while they may not suffer from respiratory illnesses that may use dust or surgical masks to prevent respiratory illnesses due to rash. ۔
Following the volcanic unrest, the DOH's central office was called the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDRRMC), the Philippine Institute of Volcanoes and Earthquakes, and for the development of health in Calabarzon (region). The code was placed on a white alert to maintain a permanent coordination with the DOH centers. 4-A) and NCR.
Under Code White Alert, all hospital staff have been placed on standby for possible deployment.
The DOH has deployed its personnel to 139 evacuation centers and will continue to conduct rapid diagnostics in affected municipalities in the region.
Meanwhile, Code Blue Alert, including all its hospitals, has been raised in the DOH Center for Health Development (CHD) Region 4-A.
This alert requires all half of the hospital staff to report duty to provide medical assistance and services.
CHH Region 4-A is also in close contact with regional DRRM member agencies.
It also mobilized the Health Response Cluster, monitored diseases, and received N95 masks and medicines for respiratory diseases. (PNA)
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