This gay association did an initiative to help amid crisis
A gay association extended help amid the COVID-19 pandemic by offering free produce for affected families during the General Community Quarantine.
The pandemic has showed the good virtues of people towards their fellow men. This has become an opportunity for individuals, groups, sectors or association to extend help to the less fortunate people.
People from different fields showed that amid crisis, there is something good that happens. This crisis also thought a lot of lessons to many people, especially the value of caring and sharing.
In line with being generous and helpful to others, this gay association did an initiative to do their part also in the community. Based on the recent Twitter post of The Philippine Star, the Bayombong Gay Circle Association bought vegetables from the local farmers in Nueva Vizcaya.
Through this, the group was able to help the farmers in their livelihood. Reports stated that amid the community quarantine, many farmers suffered financially as they weren’t able to sell their products.
After buying the fresh produce, the association would offer them for free to families affected by the GCQ.
Meanwhile, Metro Manila and other parts of Luzon are now under GCQ until June 15. With this, certain rules are still being applied. Based on the previous report, Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque said that getting facials and other salon services are still not allowed.
Certain guidelines and rules are also being implemented in shopping areas. It is also mandated to still wear masks and observer social distancing.
On the other hand, the IATF recently released a statement allowing the domestic flights between areas under GCQ.
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