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Makati gives out food packs to students

 

Makati Mayor Abby Binay on Thursday said that the city government will provide 81,995 food packs worth around P85 million to students and their families next week amid the enhanced community quarantine in Luzon due to coronavirus disease (COVID 19) outbreak.

Mayor Abby said 44,951 elementary students from Kinder to Grade 6 and 37,044 high school students from Grade 7 to Grade 12 will receive the food packs. SPED learners are also included in the list of beneficiaries.

Each elementary student will receive a bag containing two packs of raisins, five single packs of instant oatmeal, one slab of cheese, one box of hotcake mix, one box of arroz caldo mix, two boxes of champorado mix, one pack of full cream milk, 12 packs of tonic food drink, two single packs of choco cereals, two packs of biscuits, two packs of chocolate flakes cereals, a 10-piece pack each of crackers and stick biscuits, a 10-piece pack of choco bite-size biscuits, and an 18-piece pack of assorted fruit-flavored jelly.

Meanwhile, high school students will be given six packs of instant oatmeal, a slab of cheese, one box each of hotcake mix and arroz caldo mix, two boxes of champorado, a pack of full cream milk, 12 single packs of tonic food drink, 10 single packs of crackers, eight packs of instant pancit canton, and a small can each of pineapple tidbits and pineapple juice.

Mayor Abby urged students to stay home and follow curfew rules to prevent the spread of COVID-19 in the city.

The city on Monday started implementing a curfew policy from 8 p.m. to 5 a.m. as part of its safety measures to curb the spread of COVID-19.

Topics: Abby Binay , enhanced community quarantine , coronavirus disease outbreak
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