COOPERATIVES OF PASIG CITY REMAIN OPEN TO SERVE THE COMMUNITY DURING THIS COVID-19 CRISIS
Amidst the community’s uncertain times and difficult moment for everyone across the nation and around the world, as many sectors in the community are helping hand in hand to fight the pandemic, cooperatives also ensure that they continuously serve their members and the community as well. Cooperatives never hesitate to place a high level of care and compassion by extending their arms to help.
The Pasig-Mandaluyong-Quiapo Operators and Drivers Alliance Transport Service Cooperative (PAMAQODA TSC) is one of the cooperatives in the City of Pasig continuously serving the community at this time of Enhanced Community Quarantine (ECQ). Since the pronouncement of the government placing entire Luzon under ECQ, PAMAQODA TSC tirelessly offered its free services in transporting our great front-liners who rendered duties at the Philippine General Hospital (PGH) in Manila.
Three (3) mini buses owned by the cooperative are regularly stationed in PGH and are used as service vehicles in taking back and forth the front-liners to the different hotels where they are temporarily staying, like Sogo Hotel in Quirino and Victoria Court in Malate, Manila. Aside from the above, the cooperative also distributed free food packs to the residents who are currently staying in Kalinga Center of Delpan, Tondo, Manila as well as the front-liners of San Lazaro Hospital and Jose R. Reyes Memorial Medical Center. by: HGM Left photo shows front-liners transported from PHG to Victoria Court in Malate, Manila while right photo also shows the availability of PAMAQODA TSC mini buses stationed waiting for the front-liners to be transported.