Don Bosco Student Volunteers Produce and Distribute Face Shields, Aerosol Boxes, and Face Masks

The students and faculty of Don Bosco Technical College of Mandaluyong City have been keeping busy during this time of enhanced community quarantine. They’ve gone beyond their duty as citizens to organize and carry out several coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) relief efforts.


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Several posts on their Facebook page show the good that the Don Bosco community is doing in this time of crisis. From housing frontliners in their campus to producing Personal Protective Equipment (PPEs), they are doing all they can to help out.


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A main initiative of theirs is the construction and donation of face shields for health workers and frontliners. Their student volunteers were able to make 3,030 face shields which have already been distributed among a number of hospitals.

They are also involved in locating and collecting raw materials which can be turned into aerosol boxes, with the help of a company based in Bacoor, Cavite.

Donations in cash or kind will be highly appreciated to aid them in their cause. You can check this out for more details.

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