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Ingat Angat Tayong Lahat: Corporate giants join forces to help restore consumer confidence

As the government starts to further ease its lockdown measures, corporate giants have launched the Ingat Angat Tayo campaign aimed at getting the economy back on its feet while ensuring stringent health protocols to protect lives and livelihoods amid the Covid-19 pandemic.

“The private sector has found a new front where we can be supportive of the fight against COVID, and that is in restoring the confidence of our citizens that we can all resume our lives and livelihoods, so long as we strictly follow the minimum health standards recommended by health experts,” said Jaime Augusto Zobel de Ayala, chairman and CEO of Ayala Corp.

With the help of the private sector, the country has ramped up its testing capacity to over 30,000 daily.

Apart from Ayala Corp., other companies supporting the campaign are San Miguel Corp., SM Supermalls, Smart Communications, Globe, Aboitiz Equity Ventures, Alliance Global Group Inc., Jollibee Foods, McDonald’s Philippines, Goldilocks, BDO Unibank Inc., Bank of the Philippine Islands, Metropolitan Bank and Trust and Co., Paymaya, Alaska, Champion, Century Pacific Food Inc., Coca Cola Philippines, Oishi or Liwayway Marketing Corp., PepsiCo, Procter & Gamble Philippines, RFM Corp., Unilever, Petron or ilinvest Development Corp., Robinsons Malls, Angkas and Food Panda.

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