AMID this global health crisis, there can be no stopping the Sangguniang Kabataan (SK) officials of Pampanga in doing their part in our fight against the Corona Virus Disease 2019 (Covid-19) and its economic effects to kapampangans.
Led by its SK Provincial Federation President, Moshe Lacson, our young leaders in the province are distributing food packs, alcohol, face masks and hygiene kits to the poorest of the poor in the remote areas in the province.
While practicing social distancing and other precautionary measures against further infection of the virus, Lacson and other SK officials in their respective cities and municipalities are continuously helping kapampangans in one way or the other in shelling out necessary provisions which people badly need in these health crisis. They have reached even the farthest sitios despite the threat of getting infected by the widespread disease.
Being a medical student, he knows the risk and despite such, there can be no stopping the public service the SK is giving not only to the youth but also to kapampangans in need. It can be observed that SK officials are much active now that the world is facing a serious threat against the deadly virus.
Lacson and the SK's efforts in helping out those in the marginalized areas in Pampanga, is in line with the provincial and other local government's all-out efforts of battling the prevailing crisis. It is complementing Governor Dennis "Delta" Pineda and Vice-Governor Lilia "Nanay" Pineda's utmost care and protection to kapampangan's health.
The young provincial SK leader is likewise in constant communication with all city and municipal SK leaders all throughout Pampanga enjoining them to always practice measures to avoid the spread of the virus while setting awareness on its effects to individuals to communities and to the country. He always remind SK officials and members to fully extend their services while exercising extreme precaution while serving others.
He also reminded SK leaders to use their resources wisely, be practical, creative and resourceful in finding ways to help their respective communities as there is no definite period yet when will this crisis come to an end. He is very confident though that all of these shall pass and situation shall become normal.
Meanwhile, he calls for unity among kapampangans and to support the provincial government's drive in fighting Covid-19. He enjoins all kapampangans not only the youth, to observe all policies and directives that are being implemented by the national government while we are on the Enhanced Community Quarantine.
In these times, we can conclude that all kinds of leaders are working it out to finally stop the spread of the virus. Even SK officials are doing their roles as young leaders when people are in crisis.
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