BIYAHE NG BAYANI. H.A.R.I. Foundation and Hyundai Baguio City join forces to shore up COVID response efforts in the Summer Capital.
Biyahe ng Bayani joins forces with newly-minted Hyundai dealership, Hyundai Baguio, to shore up efforts of medical front liners in the country’s summer capital. Hyundai Asia Resources, Inc., through its CSR arm H.A.R.I. Foundation, Inc. (HFI), intensifies its COVID response campaign, Biyahe ng Bayani, in the regions.
The Baguio City local government foresees a gradual transition from an extended enhanced community quarantine (ECQ) to general community quarantine (GCQ) starting May 15. As of May 9, 2020, the DOH reports 30 confirmed COVID-19 cases with 60% recovery.
“Our hearts go out to our heroic front liners,” affirmed HARI and HFI president Ma. Fe Perez-Agudo. “In this what I call ‘The Year of Resilience’ and as a great part of our country remains under Modified Enhanced Community Quarantine (ECQ), there is no better way to thank our health workers than to protect them and rally them onward in their noble mission of serving the Filipino.”
Hyundai Baguio dealer principal Archimedes Go closely coordinated with HFI to drive up the expansive Hyundai H350 van to provide free transport to Department of Health (DOH) health workers.
Hyundai Baguio City is located at 34 C.M. Recto St., Baguio City 2600.
Biyahe ng Bayani has been providing staunch mobility support to medical front liners, ranging from free transport to the delivery of critical supplies, such as personal protective equipment (PPEs), to partner health institutions in Metro Manila and Southern Luzon.
Ms. Agudo reiterates that HFI continues to closely monitor the country’s COVID situation and has identified more areas of engagement for Biyahe ng Bayani.
SAFE AND COMFORTABLE RIDE. Local health front liners in Baguio City were transported to Department of Health (DOH) using Hyundai H350.