Frontliners are highly recognized for their extreme dedication and hardwork as they continue to serve the public despite the presence of imminent risk. Local public transportation mediums have been quite a hassle nowadays, not only are they in limited numbers, rather this type of mobility also posts a capable threat given the probability of physical contact and lack of social distancing among commuters. Given that circumstance this ongoing pandemic, Toyota Motor Philippines (TMP) has willingly lent a helping hand which should perhaps trigger the ongoing rise of positive COVID cases.
Just recently, the brand turned over 17 Toyota Vios to the Department of Health (DOH) hospitals during a simple ceremony held at its head office and manufacturing plant in Santa Rosa, Laguna which resumed its operation last May 18 this year. DOH undersecretary. Gerardo Bayugo, graced the occasion, together with hospital representatives who received premium variants of the locally-produced Vios.
The said number of units form part of the committed 30 units as announced by TMP in June. Beneficially, this should render the needed support for healthcare frontliners in Metro Manila and Laguna in terms of mobility needs.
The brand has continuously involved itself throughout the amidst COVID-19 pandemic. Upon recalling, they’ve even formulated its support measures for frontliners, which composes a number of strategic ways as to how they can help enlighten the entire situation.
Perhaps, this is TMP’s way of saying thank you to our brave and dedicated frontliners who are willing to risk their lives for the sake of the majority. Mobility has played a significant role among people, especially today, as we are facing a serious conflict that could endanger several lives out there. That’s why solutions like this should somewhat help us step closer towards better chapters and bring brighter tomorrows.