Fashion designers get doctor's approval to mass produce reusable protective gear for COVID-19 frontliners
Metro Manila (CNN Philippines, March 30) — Fashion designers who are customizing protective suits for COVID-19 frontline workers have gotten a doctor's approval to push through with their initiative and create more for those in need.
In a Facebook post on Sunday evening, designer Mich Dulce shared that the first suit that they created for direct and critical exposure to COVID-19 patients has recently been approved by Infectious Diseases Specialist and Chief Medical Officer Dr. Jesus Julio Ancheta of The Medical City Sta. Rosa Laguna.
"Thank you Lord!!! Napasigaw kami sa saya!!!" Dulce's post read.
Vice President Maria Leonor "Leni" Robredo, who has been coordinating with the team for the distribution of personal protective equipment (PPE) and facilitating the approval, also made the announcement in her Facebook account.
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