Solenn, Nico Bolzico support Angel’s initiative amid COVID-19 crisis #UniTENTweStandPH

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  • Solenn Heussaff and Nico Bolzico support Angel Locsin’s #UniTENTweStandPH initiative amid the ongoing COVID-19 crisis in the Philippines
  • On Instagram, the couple encouraged everyone to donate money to those who are in need
  • Solenn also noted that any amount of donation will do 

In the midst of the ongoing COVID-19 crisis in the country,  more and more celebrities have been donating to various groups and organizations.

For their part, celebrity couple Solenn Heussaff and Nico Bolzico chose to support Angel Locsin’s #UniTENTweStandPH initiative.

“We’ve decided to do this video because there’s a lot of people doing so much and helping so many people. We also wanted to do something and we decided to support Angel Locsin’s cause and her fiance Neil Arce,” Bolzico said in a video posted on Instagram.

“Of course, there are a lot of people helping out. No matter who you helped, it’s already a good start. Angel, basically, is trying to come up with a budget to be able to buy tents and place them outside the hospitals around Luzon,” the actress added. “Basically, all the hospitals at the moment are overcrowded and they cannot accommodate many people. That’s how she came up with this idea of placing tents so that hospitals can take care of few that need immediate treatment while keeping others’ safe, also.”

“Any amount, P5, P10, any amount is good. And together we can fight this. And you can be sure that the money you put in will go to the right places,” she assured.

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Earlier, the DOH launched the DOH COVID-19 emergency hotlines 02-894-COVID (02-894-26843) and 1555 in partnership with the National Emergency Hotline of the Department of Interior and Local Government, and PLDT and its wireless subsidiary Smart Communications Inc.

Through the hotlines, callers can ask questions if they suspect they are infected with COVID-19, or request assistance if they have symptoms and/or known exposure to confirmed cases or patients under investigation.

The information collected from emergency calls is transmitted to the COVID-19 Emergency Operations Center and other relevant agencies for immediate facilitation and response.