The Philippine Navy accepted one of the first COVID-19 emergency quarantine facilities in Taguig City.
The Philippine Navy on Wednesday formally accepted one of the country’s first COVID-19 emergency quarantine facilities.
This, as Lt. Commander Maria Christina Roxas, the public affairs office chief of the Philippine Navy, said in a statement that the COVID-19 EQF was created in cooperation with a group of architects and engineers in the Philippines headed by Arch. William Ti, Jr.
The said facility was described as “an easy-to-setup structure” that can cater to up to 17 patients. According to Roxas, the emergency quarantine facility was a product of Ti’s group’s creative effort, adding that the EQF was formally received by Commodore Toribio Adaci, Jr., the head of the Fleet-Marine Ready Force, from Arch. William Ti, Jr. and the WTA Architecture and Design.
Gen. Felimon T. Santos, Jr., the chief-of-staff of the Armed Forces of the Philippines, thanked Ti and his group for their help in building the emergency quarantine facilities.
The EQF was currently installed at Naval Station Jose Francisco in Taguig City.
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