LOOK: Vice President Leni Robredo announced Friday that her office’s Bayanihan e-Konsulta will not be accepting requests this weekend as they transition to more automated operations and improve their service. They will resume on Monday, April 19. | 📷 @lenirobredo
LOOK: VP @lenirobredo shared a photo of her lunch for the day as she volunteers as a chat agent for the Bayanihan E-Konsulta patients on Wednesday, April 14. "We’re trying to catch up with our backlogs dahil andaming pasyente," Robredo said. | 📷Leni Gerona Robredo
LOOK: VP @lenirobredo demonstrates how to use Bayanihan E-Konsulta, the OVP's free teleconsultation service for the public. According to Robredo, the page was also made accessible even for those who don’t have internet connections and can only use free data. | @JMRiveraINQ
OVP’s Bayanihan E-Konsulta down on Monday, to resume on Tuesday because of backlogs
Fake news alert: OVP has no other Bayanihan E-Konsulta Facebook page
LOOK: Vice President Leni Robredo says her office started sending out COVID-19 care kits to their Bayanihan E-Konsulta patients, after discovering most of them did not own the proper medical supplies to monitor their symptoms.
OVP’s ‘Bayanihan E-Konsulta’ to temporarily stop receiving requests on Monday
People cooped up at home due to the quarantine but in need of “tulong” or “konsulta” for their medical problems need only to type either of those Filipino words on the Bayanihan E-Konsulta page on Facebook to get some help.
Teleconsultation requests swamp Obayanihan e-konsulta'>VP’s Bayanihan E-Konsulta resulting to tech problems
LOOK: VP Leni Robredo announces on Wednesday her office's new initiative called Bayanihan E-Konsulta. It is a Facebook page solely dedicated to consultations and information dissemination for the public, especially those who do not have access to existing teleConsult services.