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ORMOC CITY – On July 16, Friday, SM Center Ormoc became the first establishment in this city to become “Safety Seal Certified” following a successful July 8, 2021 inspection by LGU-Ormoc together with designated offices authorized to conduct and issue the much sought-after Safety Seal Certification of the Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG).

According to DILG’s website, the Safety Seal Certification is a “voluntary certification scheme that affirms that an establishment is compliant with the minimum public health standards set by the government and uses or integrates its contact tracing with staysafe.ph.” read more

ORMOC CITY – As of July 9, the vaccination report of the City Health Department (CHD) under Dr. Edmund Kierulf shows that a total of 22,027 individuals have received their first dose of a COVID-19 vaccine while 5,860 are fully vaccinated.

Accordingly, 9,913 from Priority A1, who are healthcare workers/immediate family members/Overseas Filipino Workers (OFW), 10,092 senior citizens who are Priority A2, and 2,022 from Priority A3 or those with Co-Morbidities have received their first jabs.

The fully vaccinated group, meanwhile, are composed of 2,826 health care workers/immediate family members/Overseas Filipino Workers (OFW), 2,981 senior citizens, and 53 individuals with Co-Morbidities. read more

ORMOC CITY – As this city confirms its first African Swine Fever (ASF) cases, Mayor Richard I. Gomez said that they would implement a two-week pork holiday to prevent the disease from spreading.

Mayor Gomez said a total of 136 swine from Brgy. Salvacion and 145 swine from Brgy. Bantigue were culled from a 500-meter radius from “ground zero” where the disease was first logged. 

“We tried to control the entry of ASF in the city but it caught up in our barangays and hit the backyard piggeries. The pork holiday is our way of controlling the spread of the infection in Ormoc,” he said. read more

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