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06.27.2020
Dr. Paolo Medina (UPCM)
9:57 AM

FROM THE MODERATORS: Sharing this webinar opportunity for your consideration. This is by the organizers and may not reflect official DOH policies/stands. Maraming salamat po!

9:57 AM
Dr Albert Domingo (WHO PHL)

Thank you for participating; chat is now closed. Moderators are reviewing any open questions.

10:00 AM

FROM THE MODERATORS: Dear members of the PH COVID-19 Health Workers Viber Chat Group, For us volunteer-moderators and the rest of the chat group knowledge management team, it has been a privilege to facilitate the every other night discussions that we've had since March. We are very grateful for the chance to have engaged with you all, in whatever capacity that has been, as we have collectively responded to the COVID-19 pandemic here in the Philippines. It has been quite an experience, especially for our young medical student/intern colleagues who are entering the next phase in their careers as they prepare for their licensure examinations this September. Given this and the observation that the discussions aren't as intense as they were in early March and April, we would like to announce that the chat group will be undergoing significant changes beginning July 2020. To inform these changes, we were hoping that you would help us by taking the time to answer this survey: tinyurl.com/HCWViberChatSurvey We are looking to evaluate if and how the chat group made an impact as you performed your respective roles during these challenging times. Your answers and thoughts will be much appreciated. Stay safe. God bless. Padayon!!!

10:22 AM
06.29.2020
Dr. Paolo Medina (UPCM)

Magandang gabi po sa ating lahat! Bukas na po ang ating talakayan at tanungan hanggang alas-10 ngayong gabi. Kung sakali pong may nais kayong i-post o itanong, maaari lang po sanang paki-review muna ang mga links sa ating pinned post. Baka po kasi may tugon na po ang nais niyong malaman. :) Kami po ay mga volunteer lang at hindi DOH kaya wala po kaming access sa operations details at hindi po kami maaaring magbigay ng kasagutan sa mga katanungang legal. Salamat po! Welcome pong muli sa lahat at kung nasaan man po kayo, sana po ay nasa mabuti kayong kalagayan. (smiley)

8:04 AM
Dr Albert Domingo (WHO PHL)

Good evening po sa lahat, hope all are well everywhere!

8:10 AM
Dr. Harvey Hernandez

Good evening dear doctors. Can you please enlighten me with regards to the definition of a probable case of COVID-19? Mentioned in the definition are an "inconclusive" result or testing done at a laboratory not accredited. Is the test referred to is Rapid Antibody Test or RT-PCR test. Because some colleagues tag patients who become reactive to IgM/IgG as probable case. I feel there is a confusion with this. Thank you po

8:12 AM
Mei Gonzales

Good evening. I'm Dr Mei Gonzales from Medical City Satellite Clinics in QC and Cainta. We still get patients whom we need to home quarantine and not needed to be swabbed. So we refer to their respecteive Barangays ... however one patient apparently was visited by their local bgy health workers and was told something like " hindi kami ang magmomonitor kasi ung minomonitor lang namin ay ung positive " ; another instance was --busy kami kasi nagrarapud test sa barangay kaya hindi ka namin mamomonitor... and another in Kalookan ( Bgy 171) the only existing number , celfone number is " cannot be reached". How do we address this?

8:14 AM

The first two i stance i mentioned were jn Cubao, one is Project 4 and the other one unfortunately, i missed to take down which bgy it was.

8:15 AM

The first two instances i mentioned were in Cubao, one was Project 4 and the other one unfortunately, i missed to take down which bgy it was.

8:15 AM
Dr Albert Domingo (WHO PHL)

Doc, DOH algorithms do not use rapid antibody-based tests for clinical decisions. Only RT PCR.

8:17 AM
Dr Albert Domingo (WHO PHL)

Hi Doc, you may refer the barangay to the LIGTAS COVID guidelines: doh.gov.ph/sites/default/files/health-update/jao2020-0001_0.pdf

8:20 AM
Dr. Harvey Hernandez

Thank you Dr. Medina and Dr. Domingo. I totally agree with your explanations. The Unified Algorithms are really of help.

8:22 AM

Wala pong anuman Sir! :)

8:24 AM

We already have unpleasant experiences with RESU as well and in most times they do not answer our calls na. Thanks.

8:25 AM

That barangay in Kalookan, what I did was write a letter to the brgy and asked to patieny to let his relative bring my letter to the barangay since we cannot get hold of them. I just documented what i did in our clinic file.

8:27 AM

Good evening! I hope everyone is safe and well. I would like to verify that as of tonight, June 29 2000H, that a negative RT-PCR is still NOT a requirement for issuing clearance to travel? Context: I have 3 family members working on clearances to travel. Two have already been issued clearance, but one got held up. The local health officer refused to sign the clearance because the IATF's guidelines now reportedly required (-) RT-PCRs. I would like to verify that this is incorrect. Furthermore, my 2 cleared family members were told that their clearances may be rescinded because of this change in "guidelines." When asked to produce the pertinent document, the health officer could not show proof. I checked our official references already, but I do not see any reference to an RT-PCR requirement for travel. Unless there is new information that is yet to be released? Thank you very much!

8:30 AM

Sorry to hear that Ma'am. :( I will always say that best pa rin to engage are the proper channels (RESU, local health office, etc), but in these times where everyone's struggling with the pandemic, sometimes the more direct approaches work better. :) Thanks Doc for advocating for your patients in the barangay and for enabling them to get the services they require from the system. :) Ika nga po nila, #sanaall. Hopefully, the processes are enabling and facilitating enough for more MDs and HCWs to utilize the existing health systems, which would in turn strengthen them further. Padayon Doc.

8:32 AM
Eurice Montecillo RN (TNC)

Doc @Dr Albert Domingo (WHO PHL) good evening po! The unified algorithms dated May 17, 2020 is still the latest one? Thank you po!

8:45 AM
Dr. Paolo Medina (UPCM)

Sir AJ, hello po. The team is trying to look for the formal issuance/guidelines. Pending the official documents (we will share once we have them), we direct your attention to this recording of Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque's virtual presser today: m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=671413440382123&id=262155953790 I think what's relevant to your concern is at the 9:30 to 10:13 or so mark po. Thanks and sana po makatulong sa relatives niyo. God bless.

8:46 AM

Hello Ma'am. Yes. The unified algorithms in the PSMID website are the latest ones pa rin po. Thanks.

8:46 AM
Eurice Montecillo RN (TNC)

Maraming salamat po!

8:47 AM
Dr. Paolo Medina (UPCM)

As per Sec. Roque, in essence Sir, (-) RT-PCR is still NOT a requirement for travel; health certificate lang from destination's health officer; RT PCR testing to be done at destination (if available); quarantine protocols at destination. We understand that there have been conflicting reports and news articles in the last few days, pero ito pong presser ni Sec. Roque ang best nating pinanghahawakan so far. Mukhang wala pa rin daw pong written guidelines.

8:51 AM

As per Sec. Roque, in essence Sir, (-) RT-PCR is still NOT a requirement for travel; health certificate lang from origin's health officer; RT PCR testing to be done at destination (if available); quarantine protocols at destination. We understand that there have been conflicting reports and news articles in the last few days, pero ito pong presser ni Sec. Roque ang best nating pinanghahawakan so far. Mukhang wala pa rin daw pong written guidelines.

8:55 AM

Thank you so much for your response! Really appreciate it. Thank you for sharing the presser. I looked at the pertinent parts, and yes I get the same message as you on parts 10:19 to 10:30. Health certificate only upon departure, then RT-PCR upon arrival if available. Otherwise quarantine x 14 days. I will share the feedback with my relatives. It's been causing them undue stress and anxiety. Thank you again and keep up the great work!

8:56 AM

Wala pong anuman Sir. Ingat po.

9:04 AM

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10:02 AM
06.30.2020
Dr. Paolo Medina (UPCM)

FROM THE MODERATORS: Sharing/Re-sharing the following online webinars/resources for your consideration. These are by their respective organizers and might not necessarily reflect official DOH policies or stands.

4:59 AM

When: Jul 6, 2020 10:00 AM Taipei Topic: Webinar - Renal involvement in COVID-19 Register in advance for this webinar: us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_oseAfWG4R268RIv_mAD6sQ After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar. You may also join via Facebook Live on the page of the Philippine College of Physicians. m.facebook.com/pcpofficialpage Thank you and we look forward to your participation in the webinar.

5:00 AM
5:00 AM

The Stop COVID Deaths team is inviting you to participate in this week's webinar... [Webinar 11] "Rehabilitation for Critical Care Survivors of COVID-19" with Dr. Celso F. Bate (Psychiatrist, The Medical Center and VRP Medical Center) 3 July 2020 / 12:00 nn - 2:00 pm About the webinar: " What happens to patients who survive severe COVID-19? Patients who have to be in intensive care units may have rehabilitation needs related to the effects of intubation and ventilation, as well as prolonged immobilization and isolation from loved ones. These could include impaired lung function, physical deconditioning and weakness, difficulty in swallowing and speaking, mental health issues like depression, delirium, and cognitive impairment, and the need for continuing psychosocial support. The needs may be greater among those with other underlying diseases or for older persons. Rehabilitation plays a critical role in early discharge and in preventing relapse and readmission. Rehabilitation s...

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07.1.2020
Tuesday
Dr. Paolo Medina (UPCM)

FROM THE MODERATORS: Sharing/Re-sharing the following webinar opportunities and online resources for your consideration. These are by their respective organizers and may not necessarily reflect official DOH policies or stands:

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This is an invitation from the Stop COVID Deaths team. Webinar 12 "COVID-19 Challenges for Anesthesiologists" with Dr. Grace Anne Herbosa 10 July 2020 / 12nn-2pm / via Zoom Register at bit.ly/StopCOVIDDeathsWebinar12 "SARS-CoV-2, the infectious agent of COVID-19 -- spreads through droplet and aerosol transmission. Aerosol transmission is a particular problem in the hospital setting for doctors who have to perform procedures in close proximity to COVID-19 patients in enclosed spaces. In the hospital setting, there are a number of interventions that are considered as aerosol-generating procedures. These include tracheal intubation, non-invasive ventilation (NIV), high-flow nasal oxygen (HFNO), bronchial suctioning, bronchoscopy, and sputum induction, among others. Among health workers at risk for exposure to COVID-19, anesthesiologists face specific risks due to the procedures they perform. Tracheal intubation for example, is a frequently required procedure for patients with s...

11:23 PM

This is an invitation from the Stop COVID Deaths team. Webinar 12 "COVID-19 Challenges for Anesthesiologists" with Dr. Grace Anne Herbosa 10 July 2020 / 12nn-2pm / via Zoom Register at bit.ly/StopCOVIDDeathsWebinar12 "SARS-CoV-2, the infectious agent of COVID-19 -- spreads through droplet and aerosol transmission. Aerosol transmission is a particular problem in the hospital setting for doctors who have to perform procedures in close proximity to COVID-19 patients in enclosed spaces. In the hospital setting, there are a number of interventions that are considered as aerosol-generating procedures. These include tracheal intubation, non-invasive ventilation (NIV), high-flow nasal oxygen (HFNO), bronchial suctioning, bronchoscopy, and sputum induction, among others. Among health workers at risk for exposure to COVID-19, anesthesiologists face specific risks due to the procedures they perform. Tracheal intubation for example, is a frequently required procedure for patients with ...

11:23 PM

Do you have dysmenorrhea? Should you be worried if it is due to endometriosis? Register and view via livestream.upm.edu.ph or facebook.com/upmedwebinars

11:24 PM
11:26 PM

An invitation from the Mu Webinars Team. Early detection and management of congenital childhood diseases may prevent mental retardation and/or death. As an integral part of routine newborn care, newborn screening helps ensure normal growth and development of the affected individual. Join us for the inaugural webinar of the Dr. Salvacion R. Gatchalian Memorial Webinar Lectures in Pediatrics, entitled, CONGENITAL CHILDHOOD DISEASES: ROLE OF NEWBORN SCREENING by Dr. Carmencita D. Padilla, Clinical geneticist and pediatrician, UP PGH, and Chancellor, UP Manila on July 14, 2020, Tuesday, 12 NN - 1 PM Manila time Join via FB Live @AgeingWebinars or livestream.upm.edu.ph Register to this webinar and all webinars in this pediatric webinar series at bit.ly/muwebinars2020 For inquiries, contact muwebinars2020@gmail.com

11:27 PM
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The Observatory Venice Summer Schools are short, intensive courses of one week aimed at policy makers, civil servants and professionals with responsibility for hospital care, whether at policy, self-regulatory, clinical or managerial level. We will take the opportunity not only to analyze and discuss what Covid-19 means for hospitals in this moment but also the implications for the hospital of the future. Registration deadline: 15 July 2020 --> theobservatorysummerschool.org/edition-2020-online

11:32 PM
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Join us this 9 July 2020 (10AM - 12NN) as we tackle CONTACT TRACING to fight the COVID-19 pandemic! Register now at bit.ly/CANform This event is organized by Philippine Society of Public Health Physicians, Covid-19 Action Network Philippines, DAP Graduate School of Public and Development Management, and Department of the Interior and Local Government. Follow us on our social media accounts for more updates: FB: fb.com/publichealthphysicians Twitter/LinkedIn: @psphpofficial Web: psphp.org See you there!

11:41 PM
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Mula sa DOH, UNICEF, WHO Philippines at USAID’s Breakthrough ACTION, iniimbitahan namin ang lahat ng mga community health workers, social mobilizers at iba pang mga frontline workers, na makilahok sa libreng online training tungkol sa pakikipag-usap at pakikipag-ugnayan sa komunidad tungkol sa COVID-19. Nais naming matulungan kayo sa inyong mga ginagampanang papel bilang frontliner sa pakikibahagi ng mga tamang paraan ng pakikipag-usap at pagsagot sa mga tanong at hinaing ng mga tao ayon sa iba’t ibang sitwasyon. Maaaring mag-register para sa mga naka-iskedyul na webinar kada Martes ng hapon, 2-4 PM sa buong buwan ng Hulyo (July 7, 14, 21 at 28) sa link na ito: bit.ly/RCCE_Registration. Pagkatapos mag-register, kayo ay makakatanggap ng email confirmation kung saan nilalaman ang mga karagdagang detalye ng pagsali sa webinar.

11:49 PM

Mula sa DOH, UNICEF, WHO Philippines at USAID’s Breakthrough ACTION, iniimbitahan namin ang lahat ng mga community health workers, social mobilizers at iba pang mga frontline workers, na makilahok sa libreng online training tungkol sa pakikipag-usap at pakikipag-ugnayan sa komunidad tungkol sa COVID-19. Nais naming matulungan kayo sa inyong mga ginagampanang papel bilang frontliner sa pakikibahagi ng mga tamang paraan ng pakikipag-usap at pagsagot sa mga tanong at hinaing ng mga tao ayon sa iba’t ibang sitwasyon. Maaaring mag-register para sa mga naka-iskedyul na webinar kada Martes ng hapon, 2-4 PM sa buong buwan ng Hulyo (July 7, 14, 21 at 28) sa link na ito: bit.ly/RCCE_Registration. Pagkatapos mag-register, kayo ay makakatanggap ng email confirmation kung saan nilalaman ang mga karagdagang detalye ng pagsali sa webinar.

11:49 PM

Mula sa DOH, UNICEF, WHO Philippines at USAID’s Breakthrough ACTION, iniimbitahan namin ang lahat ng mga community health workers, social mobilizers at iba pang mga frontline workers, na makilahok sa libreng online training tungkol sa pakikipag-usap at pakikipag-ugnayan sa komunidad tungkol sa COVID-19. Nais naming matulungan kayo sa inyong mga ginagampanang papel bilang frontliner sa pakikibahagi ng mga tamang paraan ng pakikipag-usap at pagsagot sa mga tanong at hinaing ng mga tao ayon sa iba’t ibang sitwasyon. Maaaring mag-register para sa mga naka-iskedyul na webinar kada Martes ng hapon, 2-4 PM sa buong buwan ng Hulyo (July 7, 14, 21 at 28) sa link na ito: bit.ly/RCCE_Registration. Pagkatapos mag-register, kayo ay makakatanggap ng email confirmation kung saan nilalaman ang mga karagdagang detalye ng pagsali sa webinar.

11:49 PM

Mula sa DOH, UNICEF, WHO Philippines at USAID’s Breakthrough ACTION, iniimbitahan namin ang lahat ng mga community health workers, social mobilizers at iba pang mga frontline workers, na makilahok sa libreng online training tungkol sa pakikipag-usap at pakikipag-ugnayan sa komunidad tungkol sa COVID-19. Nais naming matulungan kayo sa inyong mga ginagampanang papel bilang frontliner sa pakikibahagi ng mga tamang paraan ng pakikipag-usap at pagsagot sa mga tanong at hinaing ng mga tao ayon sa iba’t ibang sitwasyon. Maaaring mag-register para sa mga naka-iskedyul na webinar kada Martes ng hapon, 2-4 PM sa buong buwan ng Hulyo (July 7, 14, 21 at 28) sa link na ito: bit.ly/RCCE_Registration. Pagkatapos mag-register, kayo ay makakatanggap ng email confirmation kung saan nilalaman ang mga karagdagang detalye ng pagsali sa webinar.

11:49 PM
Thursday
Dr. Paolo Medina (UPCM)

FROM THE MODERATORS: Sharing the following online resources for your consideration. These are by their respective organizations/institutions and may not necessarily reflect official DOH stands and policies:

12:25 AM

Hi. Fresh from approval - 6TH edition of the NTP Manual of Procedures (MOP). The TB pocket guide for health providers is now available on the NTP website: ntp.doh.gov.ph/downloads/publications/guidelines/NTP_MOP_6th_Edition_Pocket_Guide.pdf Pls share.

12:26 AM

Home - Philippine Society of Public Health Physicians

"READ: http://psphp.org/…/psphp-releases-version-2-of-recommendat…/ We are happy to share with you the Four-Part Recommendations for Community-Based Management of COVID-19 (CBMC) for LGUs. The recommendations outline an LGU-led approach towards an empowering, person-centred response. Each module clearly states the objectives, key messages and target audience. Slides are mostly practical and intuitive to impart. There is no monopoly of expertise when it comes to this fight against COVID. Hence, our work has mainly been facilitative: 1) getting insights from those on the ground, 2) seeing how national approaches can be feasibly implemented, 3) aligning and shaping interventions to operationalize in LGUs through interdisciplinary and multi-sectoral dialogues with relevant expertise and stakeholders. Our desire: A shift of key messages and actions towards those that matter most, so that LGUs and families are not only stuck, but empowered. We want LGU-led, community-based and person-centered COVID-response across the country. Please share freely, modules are designed to streamline ongoing responses from the province to the barangay level. Given the potential of the materials to facilitate alignment and streamline COVID-19 local response, we highly recommend these materials to our colleagues and friends in Regional Offices, Provinces, LGUs, and RHUs. Access the updated recommendations at bit.ly/COVID19CommunityManagement -------------- Disclaimer: Non – prescriptive, Non – restrictive, Living document Constantly updated based on new evidence and feedback" -------------------- ACKNOWLEDGEMENT The PSPHP-AIHO technical working group recognizes the direct and indirect efforts of its network in the inception of the primary care guidelines: 1. Feedback synthesis from the DOH Health Care Workers Viber Group (>12,000 members) through the help of UP College of Medicine volunteers 2. Volunteer Municipal Health Officer and Doctor to the Barrio reviewers, former and current, representing different levels of the health system from GIDAs to cities and provinces 3. Volunteer health systems experts, Dr Albert Domingo, Dr Michael Caampued 4. For the LIGTAS COVID Floorplan, the Palafox Architecture Group, Inc., especially Ar./EnP Felino Palafox Jr, Ar. Emil Pinaroc, Ar. Madelline Joy Ritarita, Ar. Artlheene Rivera, EnP. Antonito Miguel Ramos, Healthcare Practice and Policy Management representative Teddy Dizon, RN, and Dr Shirly Pador. 5. The Association of Municipal Health Officers of the Philippines (AMHOP) 6. Maternal and child health experts from Kalusugan ng Mag-ina, Inc., Dr Maria Asuncion Silvestre and Dr Donna Capili 7. Members of the Asia Pacific Center for Evidence-based Healthcare, Dr Antonio and Leonila Dans 8. Foundation For Family Medicine Educators, Inc. (FAMED), Dr Leilanie Nicodemus, Dr Ma Teresa Tricia Bautista, Dr Guia Limpoco, Dr Ma Elinor Alba-Concha and Dr Zorayda Leopando 9. Zuellig Family Foundation especially Mr John Ruzel Abadiano, Dr Heidee Buenaventura, Ms Rosarie Gabuya, Dr Catherine Chung, Dr Angeli Comia, Dr Jenilyn Ann Dabu, Ms Mel Domingo, Dr Tonyboy Faraon, and their team behind the scenes. 10. Governors, Mayors, Provincial and City/Municipal Health Officers, and Local COVID-19 Task Force teams of the provinces of Bataan (Hon. Governor Albert Garcia, Dr Rosanna M. Buccahan and Team), Agusan Del Sur (Hon. Governor Santiago B. Cane, JR, Dr Jacqueline Momville and Team) and Aklan (Hon. Governor Gov. Florencio T. Miraflores, Dr Leslie Ann Luces and Team)

12:37 AM

Home - Philippine Society of Public Health Physicians

"READ: http://psphp.org/…/psphp-releases-version-2-of-recommendat…/ We are happy to share with you the Four-Part Recommendations for Community-Based Management of COVID-19 (CBMC) for LGUs. The recommendations outline an LGU-led approach towards an empowering, person-centred response. Each module clearly states the objectives, key messages and target audience. Slides are mostly practical and intuitive to impart. There is no monopoly of expertise when it comes to this fight against COVID. Hence, our work has mainly been facilitative: 1) getting insights from those on the ground, 2) seeing how national approaches can be feasibly implemented, 3) aligning and shaping interventions to operationalize in LGUs through interdisciplinary and multi-sectoral dialogues with relevant expertise and stakeholders. Our desire: A shift of key messages and actions towards those that matter most, so that LGUs and families are not only stuck, but empowered. We want LGU-led, community-based and person-centered COVID-response across the country. Please share freely, modules are designed to streamline ongoing responses from the province to the barangay level. Given the potential of the materials to facilitate alignment and streamline COVID-19 local response, we highly recommend these materials to our colleagues and friends in Regional Offices, Provinces, LGUs, and RHUs. Access the updated recommendations at bit.ly/COVID19CommunityManagement -------------- Disclaimer: Non – prescriptive, Non – restrictive, Living document Constantly updated based on new evidence and feedback"

12:38 AM

Home - Philippine Society of Public Health Physicians

"READ: http://psphp.org/…/psphp-releases-version-2-of-recommendat…/ We are happy to share with you the Four-Part Recommendations for Community-Based Management of COVID-19 (CBMC) for LGUs. The recommendations outline an LGU-led approach towards an empowering, person-centred response. Each module clearly states the objectives, key messages and target audience. Slides are mostly practical and intuitive to impart. There is no monopoly of expertise when it comes to this fight against COVID. Hence, our work has mainly been facilitative: 1) getting insights from those on the ground, 2) seeing how national approaches can be feasibly implemented, 3) aligning and shaping interventions to operationalize in LGUs through interdisciplinary and multi-sectoral dialogues with relevant expertise and stakeholders. Our desire: A shift of key messages and actions towards those that matter most, so that LGUs and families are not only stuck, but empowered. We want LGU-led, community-based and person-centered COVID-response across the country. Please share freely, modules are designed to streamline ongoing responses from the province to the barangay level. Given the potential of the materials to facilitate alignment and streamline COVID-19 local response, we highly recommend these materials to our colleagues and friends in Regional Offices, Provinces, LGUs, and RHUs. Access the updated recommendations at bit.ly/COVID19CommunityManagement -------------- Disclaimer: Non – prescriptive, Non – restrictive, Living document Constantly updated based on new evidence and feedback" https://tinyurl.com/AcknowledgementCBMC

12:43 AM
Dr Albert Domingo (WHO PHL)

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6:15 PM

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