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The Philippine Red Cross (PRC) will close down its isolation facility in Adamson University after a month of operation to serve 46 COVID-19 positive patients from Hospicio de San Jose since it started last, August 29, 2021.

PRC opens Adamson University Isolation Facility, through the directive of Chairman and CEO Sen. Dick Gordon to convert the Adamson University dormitory into an isolation facility. Hospicio de San Jose Administrator Sr. Maria Socorro Evidente DC requested help from the humanitarian organization, and Chairman Gordon without hesitation mobilized its staff and volunteers to immediately open the isolation facility a day after the request.

“Ako ay nagpapasalamat sa International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) at sa Adamson University sa pakikipagtulungan sa Red Cross upang gawing isolation facility ang dormitoryo sa Adamson. With our partnership, we are able to cater COVID-19 positive patients from Hospicio de San Jose, providing aid in times of emergencies,”

To date, PRC has served more than 3,650 individuals since the establishment of PRC isolation facilities last April 17, 2021. PRC continues to alleviate human suffering and uplifts the dignity of the people by providing isolation facilities to asymptomatic patients to prevent COVID-19 transmission in multi-general households.

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