Sunday, September 20, 2020

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BACOLOD CITY, Negros Occidental, Philippines - Among the four requesting offices under the City Mayor's Office, it was the City Health Office that drew public attention to its budget, at least on social media, owing to the "expose" of lone opposition Councilor Wilson Gamboa Jr. that the CHO requested "sodium ascorbate with zinc" priced at P2,500.
The “One Hospital Command Center (OHCC)” – one of the best practices of Cebu City when it was trying to curb the spread of COVID-19 at the height of cases there – has now been adopted by the Bacolod City government, the Bacolod City PIO said.
BACOLOD CITY (SEPTEMBER 9, 2020) — Local government units here have committed to beef up their prevention and quarantine measures as part of their reinvigorated strategy to slow down the rate of local transmissions.
Quarantine measures are necessary to stop transmission in its tracks but, specific measures to be taken should consider the balance between slowing down the rate of infections and its impact on the economy.
Bacolod City will receive additional supply of protective gears, testing kits, and other essentials in containing the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), a press release from Bacolod PIO said.
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