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Struggling San Juan residents get Go aid

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Continuing his bayanihan efforts together with concerned agencies in order to ease the burden of struggling communities amid the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, Senator Christopher “Bong” Go recently provided additional support to vulnerable residents in San Juan City on 15 and 16 January.

In a video message, Go reassured that, together with the national government, they will continue to strive to provide necessary support to those in need to help them overcome the challenges brought by the pandemic.

During the activity held at San Juan gym, the senator’s team distributed meals and masks to a total of 697 residents, composed of barangay tanods, health workers, displaced workers, and street sweepers. To safeguard everyone in attendance, Go’s team divided the beneficiaries into batches and implemented necessary safety and health protocols against Covid-19.

In addition, the senator gave select recipients new pairs of shoes and bicycles for their commuting needs and even provided others computer tablets which their children may use as they pursue their education under the blended learning setup.

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