LOOK: Pampanga preparing already to welcome OFWs from Wuhan, China

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It seems that the Pampanga is already preparing if ever that more provinces are going to reject the OFWs from Wuhan, China.

On a Facebook post, blogger Paulo Gee Santos posted several pictures of truck containers being converted to mini rooms claiming that Pampanga Governor Delta Pineda is already building facilities to quarantine the Kabalen OFWs from Wuhan, which is considered as the epicenter of 2019 novel coronavirus.

It showed that the rooms are spacious and also have air conditioners.

According to Santos, the preparation of Pineda may remove the fear among the people of Pampanga about the risk of getting infected by 2019-nCoV if ever that they’re going to welcome the OFWs from China.

“Nakakataba ng puso na dito sa amin sa Pampanga napaka-swabe ng pakikitungo ng aming Gobernador sa nCoV. Parang gameball lang ang handling ni Gov Dennis Delta Pineda, pinaigting niya ang depensa at tinatanggal ang daga sa dibdib ng mga Cabalen,” said Santos.

“Oo nga naman, iyung iba kasi gigil sa pagdribol, hindi pa nga naipapasa sa kanila ang bola, grabe na ang angas sa opensa,” he added.

“Pagpasa-pasahan man ang mga OFW na galing Hubei China, susmaryosep eto siya buong buo ang loob na magbigay ng assistance sa mga pinagdidribble na quarantine sites ng mga bagong bayani!” he also said.

Unlike in Tarlac, it seems that the netizens of Pampanga are very welcoming to the OFWs.

“Ginagawa lahat ni Pampanga Gov Pineda ang posible paraan para makatulong sa kapwa tao. Ewan lang sa tarlac kung ano balak nila dun sinusuka nila mga kapwa nila,” Alexis Tiangco Panlilio said.

“Pampanga! di uurungan ang laban. Kahit na Ncov,” Joel Navarro said.

“We salute you gov…godbless team delta kmi…we are so proud of you gov,” Krusher Caoleng.

Yesterday, Governor Pineda said that he’s willing to welcome the OFWs coming from Wuhan China if ever that more provinces are going to reject them.

“If walang gustong tumanggap sa inyo, nandito ang Pampanga para po sa inyo,” Pineda said.

“We’re open na tulungan sila. We’ll provide the facilities, right personnel to handle them with proper coordination with DOH, Bureau of Quarantine, Jose B. Lingad Memorial Regional Hospital, and the provincial government,” he added.

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