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May permit na! Janella Estrada to launch Rolling Botika in San Juan

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A mobile pharmacy will be rolled out in San Juan City this week.

The relief mission, dubbed “Rolling Botika,” is organized by former San Juan Vice Mayor Janella Estrada, daughter of former Senator Jinggoy Estrada.

In a Facebook post, the former local official laid down some rules to ensure the orderly distribution of free medicine to people in need. She reminded the public to observe some health protocols, from wearing a mask to observing physical distancing, when lining up at the rolling pharmacy.

“Paalala po sa mga kukuha ng LIBRENG GAMOT:
1. Paki dala ang reseta para sa mga maintenance.
2. Magsuot ng mask.
3. Magsuot ng gloves at protective gear kung mayroon.
4. Sumunod sa social distancing.
5. Paki dala ang inyong quarantine pass.
6. Huwag magsama ng bata at senior citizen sa pila.
7. Magdala ng payong.
8. Sa Barangay Hall po ang pwesto ng Rolling Botika.”

The former vice mayor said the rolling drug will visit various barangays from May 5 to May 13. She asked for public cooperation and understanding as the supply of medicines as limited.

“Bibigyan po kayo ng reseta/form para fill up-an at ibibigay po iyan sa ating Pharmacist,” she said.

“Limitado lang po ang gamot na kayang ibigay ng Misyon Foundation, kung kaya’t tayo ay naghahanap pa ng paraan para mabigyan ang lahat. Maraming salamat po sa inyong pag-iintindi at pag-unawa,” she said.

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