50K families in flooded Pampanga towns receive food packs
Pampanga Governor Dennis Pineda on Sunday gave a breakdown of the provincial government’s provisions for food packs for several towns devastated by Typhoon “Ulysses,” which caused major flooding in many parts of Pampanga.
The governor said he personally delivered thousands of food packs from the capitol in San Fernando City for distribution to four towns affected severely by the storm.
Each food pack contains five kilos of rice, four cans of corned beef and four cans of sardines, Pineda said.
“Inihatid ko na po ang mga food packs galing sa Capitol. Kada pack po ay may 5 kilong bigas, 4 na corned beef at 4 na sardinas,” he said.
“Ito po ang nakalaang packs kada bayan: San Luis: 3,500; Candaba: 8,000; Apalit: 5,000; San Simon: 8,000,” he said.
“Nauna po natin na pinadalhan ang Masantol (11,946 food packs) at Macabebe (14,214 food packs).
Mag-ingat po tayo sa baha, lalo na po sa Covid-19,” Pineda said.
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