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Filipinos in Dubai donate PPEs to Las Pinas Doctors Hospital, Inc in Philippines

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A group of Filipinos in the UAE has donated personal protective equipment (PPEs) to Las Pinas Doctors Hospital, Inc. (LPDH) to help the frontliners to sustain their battle against the deadly coronavirus.

The Kalayaan 2020 group donated 400 pieces of disposable masks, 570 pieces of N95 masks and 24 pieces of soaps.

The group of Filipinos in Dubai has been helping individuals here in the emirate and in the Philippines as part of their objective.

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