Makatizens helping Makatizens. This is one of the most inspiring things we’ve seen during the enhanced community quarantine. Despite the challenges our nation is experiencing, we’ve seen the spirit of Bayanihan in our community which proves that together, we can rise above all the struggles. Together, we can #MakeItBetter.
From fighting COVID-19 head-on at hospitals to giving free check-ups to other frontliners, our health workers are one of today’s biggest heroes. Their invaluable service is key in helping the nation defeat the virus.
Frontliners from Makati Medical Center have been doing their best to help COVID-19 patients recover despite the growing number of PUIs, PUMs, and positive cases handled by the hospital. Photo by Peejay Villanueva.
One of the hardest-hit businesses by the pandemic is the fitness industry, with many gyms pausing operations nationwide. Despite this, plenty of gyms and fitness studios like Rebel Yoga, Anytime Fitness Paseo Center, Yoga Hive, Yoga Plus, Steps Dance Studio, Galaw.Co, and Electric Studio have innovated to offer solutions to reach out to their clients and stayed true to their mission of helping people through their fitness journey.
Makati’s Rebel Yoga offers online classes for people who still want to practice yoga. Photo from Rebel Yoga.
We know how important it is to have enough food supply in this enhanced community quarantine. Our local restaurants have been working non-stop to provide take-out and delivery service to Makatizens. On top of their unwavering service, some restaurants have also donated food to our frontliners and fellow Makatizens in need.
The Good Kitchen partners with different citizens to help provide food for frontliners. One of their recent projects involves preparing food for Ospital ng Makati health workers. Photo by The Good Kitchen.
Sanitation, Security, and Housekeeping Team
The sanitation team has been consistent in disinfecting public areas of the Makati Central Business District and other parts of the city. At the same time, the security team has been strictly implementing social distancing guidelines for the safety of the Makatizens. These awesome people have been serving us since day one to ensure our health and safety.
MACEA’s sanitation team has covered different areas of the Makati CBD including walkways, parks, and other public areas frequented by Makatizens running important errands. Photo from MACEA.
The Circuit Makati sanitation team, in cooperation with the Makati Bureau of Fire Protection (MBFP), conducted road sanitation efforts along Hippodromo St. and Zapote St. Photo from CMEA.
Despite the challenges, there is one thing that will remain constant from all these struggles – it is that Makatizens are strong and will help uplift each other in times of need. With everyone doing their best to reach out and offer everything they can to ease the burden for those in need, we know that we can get through this together. Indeed, we can all #MakeItBetter by helping each other.
There are plenty of reasons to go walking around the City That Makes It All Happen. The city being a walkable neighborhood is just one of them. Due in no small part to the...
By Catherine Talavera Living in the time of the coronavirus disease 2019 or COVID-19 pandemic has made us prioritize our health, now more than ever. Apart from boosting our hygienic routines and practicing a sound...
QualiMed Hospital is opening its doors in NUVALI to provide professional healthcare services to residents, employees, and the surrounding communities. QualiMed is a network of healthcare facilities owned and operated by Mercado General Hospital, Inc....
Vibrant city living meets community charm in Ayala Land’s first township development in Bulacan. Ayala Land continues a legacy of building sustainable growth environments with Altaraza Town Center, the first master-planned, mixed-use estate in Bulacan....