This man prepares personal protective equipment to be distributed to health practitioners in Antique on March 19. PNA According to IPHO information officerIrene Dulduco, meanwhile, Belison’s municipal government already began providingfree rides to health workers reporting to the Angel Salazar Memorial GeneralHospital here. Health workers who do thermal scanningto people in the border of Barangay Lindero, Libertad town; Barangay Buang inPandan town; Lipata Port in Barangay Lipata in Culasi town; and Barangay SanFrancisco in Anini-y town, on the other hand, have been provided with infraredthermal scanners and forms for medical assessment. The PPEs consist of surgical masks,clean gloves, alcohol, and raincoat in place of surgical gowns for healthpersonnel who would be transporting patients under investigation and personsunder monitoring with high fever. Mayor Christopher Piccio said on March19 that given the difficulty faced by health workers in accessing transportgoing to San Jose, Belison would provide them with a van to not hamper thedelivery of their services.(With a reportfrom PNA/PN) According to Dr. Ric Noel Naciongayo,Antique PHO chief, the health workers and personnel of the local disaster riskreduction and management office assigned to implement border restriction havebeen provided with PPEs since March 19. SAN JOSE, Antique – Health practitionersin this province have been provided with personal protective equipment (PPEs)by the Integrated Provincial Health Office (IPHO) in their fight against thecoronavirus disease 2019 outbreak.