Thu. Jun 20th, 2024
CHLA-What-You-Should-Know-Covid-19

As a result of lackluster government response, financial and livelihood problems have been aggravated during the pandemic, according to study participants. They earn less than 15,000 pesos a month, so they cannot afford food, medicine, or other necessities. Ninety-six percent of participants reported insufficient financial assistance despite receiving financial aid.

Whom the Philippines has assisted

The Philippines and USA have established a collaboration to address COVID-19’s impact. The United States is pledging $22.6 million to assist the Philippines with the COVID-19 response. It is intended to use a portion of the grant funds to provide the Philippines with additional doses of the COVID-19 vaccine to help combat the virus. It will also strengthen the government’s health system if sanitation, hygiene, and water are improved.

The COVID-19 outbreak has caused the deaths of more than 52,700 people, and more than 3 million cases have been confirmed. As a result of this virus that harms TB, HIV, and other diseases, there have been fewer TB tests and notifications in the Philippines. The Philippine government has imposed a strict control regime to prevent future attacks. Despite these measures, the Delta variant will be propagated further during the second half of the year.

The Global Fund provides financial assistance as part of its support for Philippine efforts to combat COVID-19. This grant will help the country improve its ability to manage and test cases through technical assistance. Further, COVID-19 will be mitigated by taking measures to control TB, malaria, and HIV in the Philippines. Telemedicine, bidirectional testing, and digital tools can ensure patient compliance with treatment plans. As well as improving case-finding capabilities, the Philippines will enhance its transportation system.

Information resources

A COVID-19 outbreak has prompted the establishment of an enhanced community quarantine has been placed in Luzon. There must be strict monitoring of entry-exit borders and mass testing. Researchers from the University of the Philippines advise the government on how to deal with the pandemic.

The Philippine government contains COVID-19 with the support of the United States. USAID provides individual citizens and local governments with technical assistance to prevent disease outbreaks. USAID supports the Department of Health in enhancing community access to water, sanitation, and hygiene and disseminating the COVID-19 guidelines nationwide.

As a result of COVID-19, the Philippines have also received medical equipment and supplies. The United States has donated medical supplies as well as 100 ventilators to the country.

What is the role of PNP CODA?

PNPCODA, a government organization, disseminates information about Corona Virus. Additionally, a vaccine against the virus will be administered to police officers and civilians. In addition, it acts as a central repository for health data and keeps a registry of all vaccinations.

A website maintained by PNP CODA offers excellent information on Coronavirus vaccinations. There is information in the document about vaccinations, contact details for PNP staff, and other important health information. The site also maintains vaccination records for Covid-19. The website is free to access and use. It protects the public’s health.

In its capacity as a police force, it protects the country and its people from criminal activities while enhancing the image of the police. It is based at Camp General Mariano N. Castaneda in Cavite, which is the headquarters of the Philippine National Police CODA. The organization’s assessment process includes evaluating officers’ character and behavior.

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Conclusion

A comparison can be made between COVID-19 and the war on drugs, in which the government uses brute force to eliminate perceived enemies. Besides promoting the narrative that the Philippines need to be “salvaged” from devastation, the government works to maintain the country’s division as an excuse to destroy the country.

Despite this, the Philippines’ public health system cannot control COVID-19’s spread. Developing a science-based public health response will give the country a more robust national and global health security system. It will be possible to accomplish this with a greater understanding of science.