Toyota Motor Philippines (TMP) is extending a helping hand to the country's medical frontliners again. Previously, they activated their test units in Metro Manila and parts of Laguna. Now, they are donating cars to select hospitals in the same regions.

TMP has pledged to donate 30 Vios units to public hospitals around the Metro and Laguna. The car will be used to aid medical front-liners. With mobility proving a challenge at the moment, TMP's donation would prove valuable during these difficult times.

“We consider it a privilege to provide mobility services to healthcare workers whom we consider heroes in the country's current battle with the pandemic,” said the automaker.

For now, Toyota didn't mention which hospitals will be getting their Vioses. Previously, they lent out their test units to Binangonan Lakeview Hospital, East Avenue Medical Center, Mary Johnston Hospital, Ospital ng Makati, Paranaque Doctors Hospital, Philippine General Hospital, Qualimed Hospital Santa Rosa, Santa Rosa Community Hospital, South City Medical Center, and Unihealth Paranaque Hospital. TMP is also supporting the City of Manila with some mobility solutions, as well as the Navotas City Disaster Risk Reduction Management Office (DRRMO).

Toyota is among the many car companies in the country helping the nation's front-liners during this pandemic. Many have lent out their demo units in different parts of the country, and we might see even more aid to come from automakers soon.