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The Taguig government on Saturday opened its own quarantine facility as the city continued its proactive approach in fighting the coronavirus disease 2019.

The Lakeshore facility has 40 beds, and is only one of the five quarantine facilities in Taguig.

Aside from a hospital bed, each cubicle also has hygiene kits, towels, anti-COVID kits with masks and thermometers, bedside table and chair and cabinets.

READ: Taguig expands barangay-based and drive-thru testing for COVID-19 
The facility is also WIFI ready.

Expected to start operations next week, the quarantine facility will be manned by nurses and barangay health workers (BHWs).

READ: Taguig approves 2B budget for COVID-19 crisis assistance

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Mayor Lino said the city government would add another 200 beds in another facility for use in the fight against COVID-19.

The city confirmed 189 COVID-19 cases, 24 of them recovered while 14 died of the disease as of writing.


Source: I Love Taguig

Taguig launches its own quarantine facility

The Taguig government on Saturday opened its own quarantine facility as the city continued its proactive approach in fighting the coronavirus disease 2019.

The Lakeshore facility has 40 beds, and is only one of the five quarantine facilities in Taguig.

Aside from a hospital bed, each cubicle also has hygiene kits, towels, anti-COVID kits with masks and thermometers, bedside table and chair and cabinets.

READ: Taguig expands barangay-based and drive-thru testing for COVID-19 
The facility is also WIFI ready.

Expected to start operations next week, the quarantine facility will be manned by nurses and barangay health workers (BHWs).

READ: Taguig approves 2B budget for COVID-19 crisis assistance

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Mayor Lino said the city government would add another 200 beds in another facility for use in the fight against COVID-19.

The city confirmed 189 COVID-19 cases, 24 of them recovered while 14 died of the disease as of writing.


Source: I Love Taguig

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