COVID-19 Dashboard – Resources and Information You need to know during the COVID-19 Quarantine

COVID-19 Alabang Dashboard

Currently, Muntinlupa is under the Enhanced Community Quarantine to contain the COVID-19 Virus.  There are a lot of information on the virus, ways to sanitize, community updates, ways to help, and ways to make productive use of time.

This page is made to consolidate verified and useful information.  Community updates will be for Muntinlupa and Alabang residents.

If you have information that you think will be useful, let us know so we can include here.

Days until end of the Community Quarantine


General Information on COVID-19

Fact 1: Diseases can make anyone sick regardless of their race or ethnicity.

Fear and anxiety about COVID-19 can cause people to avoid or reject others even though they are not at risk for spreading the virus.

Fact 2: For most people, the immediate risk of becoming seriously ill from the virus that causes COVID-19 is thought to be low.

Older adults and people of any age who have serious underlying medical conditions may be at higher risk for more serious complications from COVID-19.

Fact 3: Someone who has completed quarantine or has been released from isolation does not pose a risk of infection to other people.

For up-to-date information, visit CDC’s coronavirus disease situation summary page.

Fact 4: There are simple things you can do to help keep yourself and others healthy.

  • Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, especially after blowing your nose, coughing, or sneezing; going to the bathroom; and before eating or preparing food.
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands.
  • Stay home when you are sick.
  • Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue, then throw the tissue in the trash.

Fact 5: You can help stop COVID-19 by knowing the signs and symptoms:

  • Fever
  • Cough
  • Shortness of breath

Seek medical advice if you

  • Develop symptoms


  • Have been in close contact with a person known to have COVID-19 or live in or have recently traveled from an area with ongoing spread of COVID-19. Call ahead before you go to a doctor’s office or emergency room. Tell them about your recent travel and your symptoms.

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02-894-266843 (02-894-COVID)

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Lung Center COVID-19 Ask Force

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Sa ngayon, nililimitahan po muna namin ang aming konsultasyon sa schedule na ito:

UMAGA: 8 AM – 11 AM (cut-off: 10:00 AM)
GABI: 7 PM – 10 PM (cut-off: 9:00 PM)

Kung maaari lamang po ay ipadala ang inyong mga mensahe sa mga oras na ito upang mas mabilis po naming matugunan ang inyong mga tanong. Salamat po sa pag-unawa.

Para sa mga anunsyo at advisory, maaari ninyong puntahan ang official DOH channels:
COVID live tracker:
o tumawag sa Lung Center of the Philippines at (02) 8924-6101 at magpa-konekta sa Senior House Officer (SHO)

Maraming salamat po!

Persistence of Coronavirus on Surfaces

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From the Ateneo Bulatao Center for Psychological Services

Government Updates

Ruben Baes – Mar 22, 2020 – Quarantine pass:

Quarantine pass can be secured/issued, starting tomorrow, Monday, 3/23/2020, at Barangay office, Narra rd, Narra center, beside Ayala Alabang Association. Available to all. We require, Name and Address. For service providers, need the resident’s permission.

Fyi, This Quarantine pass is the mandate of the National to allow travel from your home to the outside. However, inside the territorial jurisdiction of Brgy Ayala Alabang, we have coordinated with PNP that aava and brgy id will be recognized and allowed pass thru. So really, no need for the Qpass. Also, we’re allowed 1 resident with driver to do essential. Again, this courtesy is only within Ayala Alabang. The quarantine pass is more needed from your home to outside of our barangay. Further, pls, be aware there are boundaries that some of the LGU are strictly not allowing entry/passage even with the Q pass.

Also, the new city ordinance of the 24 hrs curfew is the same as the National Home quarantine. The only difference is on the penalty, The city will remove city assistance like financial assistance, food package, and/or scholarship. Thus, it does not apply to us.

How to Help Hospitals

Donate Personal Protective Equipment / PPE

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Donate your Globe Rewards Points

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A group led by Miguel Pillas is giving cooked food, snacks, and water to the frontline personnel of RITM.

“As provided by RITM earlier this afternoon, apparently there are 150 frontline personnel working 12 hour shifts at the moment, with additional personnel to be added in the coming weeks.

They welcome any donated supplies such as water, snacks, or even cooked food.

For monetary donations, you May transfer to any of the following accounts at your option:

BPI Savings: 3729 4817 92, Maria Cristina San Diego

BDO: 006340 0869 17; Maria Rosario L. Pillas

You may also drop off donations at my [Alabang Residence]. Thank you and please message me (Miguel Pillas0917-597-0923)  or Mary Rose R. Laki-Pillas (0920-918-2608) to coordinate deposits and drop off.

Thank you!”

They started distribution of snacks and dinner last March 18. 2020 and plan to continue doing so in the next weeks.

PLEASE SUPPORT – Residents have been volunteering to support a sustainable feeding drive for the health workers and support staff of RITM & Ospital ng Muntinlupa (OsMun) UNTIL APRIL 15.
These people have chosen not to return to their families and to ensure our well-being and safety. Let us help them stay healthy too.
We are now focused on ordering PPEs for all these front liners including the DRRMO Incident Management Team who face suspected patients in the field.
You can copy the link below to join the Viber group of volunteers. Thank you.
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More Ways to Help

Caritas Manila

“If anyone has material possessions and sees a brother or sister in need but has no pity on them, how can the love of God be in that person? Dear children, let us not love with words or speech but with actions and in truth.” — 1 John 3:17

With the COVID-19 pandemic, the poor and the elderly are the most vulnerable. In difficult times like this, we are called to open our hearts and be moved to do concrete acts of charity by sharing our resources with those who need it the most.

Caritas Manila is calling for cash donations to provide Caritas LIGTAS COVID-19 kits and Caritas Manna bags to 6,000 poor communities and families in Metro Manila.

The Php 2000 Caritas LIGTAS COVID-19 kit for a family of 5 includes:
1 liter of 70% ethyl alcohol
5 handy bottles of 30 ml of alcohol
5 washable face masks
1 liter of antibacterial liquid soap
1 box of 100 tablets of vitamin C with zinc
A pair of reusable gloves
1 liter of liquid bleach
3 pieces of cleaning cloth
Eco bag.

We will also be giving Php 700 worth of Caritas Manna food bag to the family containing:
5 kilos of rice
munggo seeds
9 assorted canned goods
2 packs of Caritas Margins kalabasa/malunggay noodles
1/4 pack of sugar and salt
Eco bag.

(Online bank transfer)
> Savings Account Name: Caritas Manila, Inc.

> Banco De Oro – Savings Account No.: 000-5600-45905
> Bank of the Philippine Islands – Savings Account No.: 3063-5357-01
>Metrobank – Savings Account No.: 175-3-17506954-3

For dollar accounts:
>Bank of the Philippine Islands – Savings Account No. 3064-0033-55
> Swift Code – BOPIPHMM

(Debit or Credit Cards)
> Choose Caritas Damayan LIGTAS COVID-19

> Choose between Caritas LIGTAS COVID-19 kit, Caritas Manna food bag, or the donation vouchers (50, 100, 200, 500, 1000)

> Choose Caritas Damayan LIGTAS COVID-19

>Scan the QR code below

For proper acknowledgment of your donations, kindly fax a copy of the deposit slip to 8563-9306 or email a scanned copy to [email protected]. Don’t forget to indicate your name and address.

For more inquiries, you may dial 8562 0020 to 25 local 118, 139, 135, or 09175955083.

Caritas Damayan, the disaster risk reduction and management program of Caritas Manila, provides quick response relief operation and effective crisis intervention.


The ABS CBN Foundation launched a public service campaign.  It is a partnership between food suppliers, manufacturers, the public and the LGUs.  The objective is to get food to the families that can’t afford it and neet it the most.  Food suppliers commit to inventory, the public donates money to finance the purchase, and the LGUs take charge of repacking and door to door delivery.  No photo description available.

Barangay Ayala Alabang and Ayala Alabang Village Association Relief Operations

Barangay Ayala Alabang and Ayala Alabang Village Association Relief Operations

The BAA-AAVA RGO aims to help identified poor communities during this difficult time, while the 1-month community quarantine is being enforced. We are aware that each Barangay is already receiving assistance from their respective LGU, so the goal of BAA and AAVA is to provide goods which are identified as needed by the local community, through proper coordination.

– TS Cruz Community
– Soldiers Hill
– Ayala Alabang Workforce
– Illegal Settlers behind Montessori
– Malipay

We are aware that respective groups already have donations prepared, and have identified their poor communities and just need help with logistics. We can provide transport service for your donations while coordinating with PNP during transport. One representative may accompany Barangay during donation.

We are also accepting donations.

Your donations in kind, or cash/cheque donations are welcome. Details of donations shall be recorded and communicated via posts in the BAA FB page and BAA TODAY for transparency.

Please make cheques payable to CASH or to MARIE SHALIMAR BAES REYES

Those who wish to deposit directly may do so.

Bank details:
BPI – Alabang Town Center Branch
Account name: Marie Shalimar B. Reyes
Account no: 1599-5857-84

BPI Account - S Reyes

BPI Account – S Reyes

– QR code appears here if needed for online transactions
– Kindly send screenshot of your deposit slip or bank transfer to Gov. Sha Reyes for proper recording
– All donations will be published weekly for transparency

Please place cash donations in envelopes properly labeled with name of donor.

Suggested Food Pack:

Can Sardines- P15x 4= P 60
Corned Beef- P 25×2= P 50
Rice 4 kilos – P 40×4= P 160
Instant Noodles- P 15x 4=P 60

Total= P330/ pack

Other items:
Bottled Water


The RGO team has direct communication with Puregold Molito. Goods can be delivered and repacked at Basilan Covered Court. Strict Social Distancing will be followed. If there are other suggestions for suppliers please contact Pat or Shasha through the numbers below.

Groups are welcome to drop donations at Basilian Court from 9am – 11 am ( Mon-Friday)

Kagawad Pat Bocobo – 0917 704 6591
Gov. Shalimar Baes Reyes – 0917 849 1710

Organized by Parish of St James the Great, Commission on Service to Human Promotion (CoSHP)

Hi neighbors – we do need to feed at least 1600 families ( out of 7500 families) that are in dire need in Southville 3 . These are families that can’t feed their children at all . The church is preparing food packs for them worth around 500/ family / week x 4 weeks at least = 2000/family . We need to raise at least 3.2 million to sustain them for 4 weeks .
We need 160 families willing to adopt 10 families each @20,000 or 1,600 families to adopt at least 1 family @2000.

Can you find it in your hearts to adopt 1 to 10 or more families ?

You can send your cash donations to the ff :
For bank deposits:
Vivian Madrigal – (0920) 901 9267
BPI 8290-0023-71

For cheques, please make out to:
Sweethearts of Christ Foundation
c/o Price Enriquez – (0917) 885 3799

For cash donations:
Mayette Diaz – Belleza – (0917) 849 1974

Thank you.
Parish of St. James the Great /
Commission on Service to Human Promotion (CoSHP)

Dear CCF Friends,

As part of our contribution to the situation our country is currently facing, CCF Alabang will be distributing grocery packs and necessities to help our kababayans affected by the Corona virus pandemic. In this regard, we would like to encourage those who wish to donate that you can do so via online through our CCF Alabang Security Bank account as follows:

SBC Account No. – CA 0322-006430-001

Account Name: Christ’s Commission Foundation, Inc

Send a scanned copy of deposit slip to:

1. [email protected]

2. [email protected]

We have made arrangements with a Supermarket to deliver assorted goods to CCF Alabang. There will be a team who will do the repacking and releasing. Please wait for further guidelines. This fight is far from over. But with God’s help, we will OVERCOME if we STAND AS ONE.

Ptr Joby Soriano Pastor

CCF Alabang

Food Home supplier information

We encourage everyone to bring their own shopping bags when doing your grocery.  The supplies of paper bags in groceries are low due due to the checkpoints.

Makati Supermarket – Alabang Town Center

Metro Supermarket – Alabang Town Center

Marketplace (Cuenca) – Ayala Alabang Village

We would like to encourage everyone to please shop in a faster pace and be mindful of the queue in order for us to accommodate and serve more customers. Due to social distancing restrictions we can only accommodate 10 shoppers at a time.

We need your help. Thank you!! Ma. Cristine “Emzie” Legaspi, store manager.

South Supermarket Alabang (Filinvest)

Store Hours: Mon – Sun, 9:00am – 5:30pm (cutoff to enter store is at 5:00pm)

S&R Westgate

Lander’s (Daang Hari)

Shopwise (Festival Mall)

Savemore (Festival Mall)

Landmark (Festival Mall)

EC Gas Las Pinas – 02-544-9162/ 0995-247-4601

EC Gas Ocampo (Bacoor, Cavite) – 0932-540-9628/ 0936-041-2390

Petron Gasul – 0917-791-6420

Aquahealth ( alkaline): 88800022

Alegria water: 88042137

Agua Vida: 88042137 / 88311237 /  577-2316/ 545-6790/ 545-6791/ SMS 0917-816-2093

Bread PH – Hi! We are bread and coffee manufacturers that live in the Ayala Alabang village. We supply supermarket but for this time are selling directly to our neighbors in the village and taking payment online – we accept all major credit cards, GCASH and online bank transfer.

Billie’s Premium Meat
US Wagyu Ground Chuck.
Snake River Farms (SRF).
Pick up in Ayala Alabang Village
Call Billie. 0939-9393191; 0917-8998389.

Feel Well
Hi Everyone! We at FeelWell are doing our best to continue fulfilling your orders and supplying you with good and healthy whole foods to strengthen your immune systems— right at your doorstep! Because of the enhanced community quarantine, please be advised that our stocks are currently limited. You may check our website for available items.  We are accepting orders (min. ₱1,500) through our website and our customer hotline: +63917 170 5533
Stay home, stay safe, and #FeelWell

Pick up & Delivery Everyday!!!😊

Have your favorites right at home❤️

Our dine-in services are closed until further notice but we’ll be offering take-out, pick-up, and delivery

📞0917 311-2916
Delivery Schedule: 5 PM onwards
Delivery in Ayala Alabang Village only

In light with the COVID-19 situation, we are taking extra precautions by enforcing the highest standards of proper sanitation on food, equipment & cooking.

Your safety has always been the core of our everyday routine. 🙏🏻 Stay safe everyone!!!

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How to Remain Productive

  1. Stay Fit
  2. Use this time to Learn More (Watch out for COVID-19 Handbook for Filipino Businesses)
  3. Learn a New Language
  4. Read more
  5. Visit Virtual Museums
  6. Connect with your Friends (Watch out– Guide for a Successful Zoom Meeting)
  7. Learn how to Cook