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The return of Metro Manila and surrounding provinces to a stricter lockdown will "make a big difference" for health workers overwhelmed by the surge in #COVID19 cases, said the president of the Philippine Medical Association.
Philippine Medical Association president Dr. Jose Santiago Jr. reads medical societies’ plea to govt to return NCR to the strict ECQ as country is “waging a losing battle and we need to draw up a definitive plan of action.” | @jovicyeeINQ
Philippine Medical Association (PMA) president Dr. Jose Santiago said that the “distressed call was made” as the country’s healthcare system is “overwhelmed.”
"We’re still grieving but, at this point, we cannot do anything about what has lapsed already, what has been done already,” Dr. Oscar Tinio of the Philippine Medical Association said. #COVID19 Basahin:
Philippine Medical Association to seek better compensation for healthcare workers
Medical graduates who have yet to pass the board exam but would volunteer for COVID-19 response still need to be supervised by doctors, an official of the Philippine Medical Association (PMA) said.
JUST IN: The Philippine Medical Association releases a statement showing support for Dr. Esterlina Tan, who was identified in a vlog posted by singer Yeng Constantino, following an incident in Siargao involving Constatino's husband. PMA has verified the legitimacy of this memo.