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Photo Courtesy || Failon Ngayon & Gideon Amino

Cordillera - A jeepney driver in Baguio City has come up with an extra measure to protect his passengers against the threat of Covid-19. 


A photo from Gideon Amino, the driver who installed a makeshift plastic partition between the passenger's seat is being appreciated on social media. 

"WOW di namin naexpect na mapopost yung ginawa namin kahapon. Maraming salamat sa naka appreciate lalo sa nag post... (Wow! we were not expecting that our work yesterday was posted [on social media]. Thank you so much to those who appreciated especially those who posted it)," Amino said.
Photo Courtesy || Caroline Ann Salon
He said that they just wanted to ensure that their passengers are safe from the Covid-19. 

"Gusto lang naming safe ang mga pasahero. A simple way of preventing NCOV19... stay safe everyone!, Amino added. 

In the photo, the passenger's seat is seen being partitioned with transparent plastic attached to the ceiling down to the seats. 

The idea behind the partition is to maintain physical distancing among the passengers and to add extra protection just in case one passenger is infected with the virus. 

Photo Courtesy || Caroline Ann Salon
Kudos to Mr. Gideon Amino and company for the unique idea in keeping our community safe from the virus. 

Your simple idea is a proof that there are people in our country who take this crisis seriously and take part in preventing the spread of this virus.
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5 Comments:

Galing Pinoy said...

Brilliant idea! Maparaan! Ganyan ang PINOY! Sana tularan ng iba na wala ng guinawa kundi magreklamo.

Anonymous said...

Bright idea and it's practical I mean it's easy to do. I would suggest though that the jeepney should be sanitized each trip to be more effective.

Unknown said...

Good job manong! Hope this will be an inspiration to all drivers out there. Keep safe and God bless po!

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