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ORMOC CITY – On January 5, following another Covid-19 Task Force meeting, Ormoc City Mayor Richard I. Gomez once again revises its guidelines on Covid-19 response by signing Executive Order (EO) No. 235, series of 2022 that takes effect from January 5 to 31, 2022.

Accordingly, one of the revisions calls for all private and public establishments and organizers of activities, including mall operators, to “demand the presentation of proof of vaccination prior to entry to the establishment” in addition to the usual guideline of strictly implementing the “Omnibus Guidelines on the Minimum Public Health Standards for the Safe Reopening of Institutions, and related issuances” and demanding the “presentation and scanning of the Ormoc QR codes of all persons entering their establishments or participating in the activity.” read more

ORMOC CITY – The City Government of Ormoc, led by Mayor Richard I. Gomez, with the approval of the City Disaster Risk Reduction and Management (CDRRM) Council, will accordingly be providing a total of Php 9.5 million of financial assistance to neighboring Local Government Units (LGUs) devastated by Severe Tropical Storm “Rai” / “Odette”, which made it inside the Philippine Area of Responsibility (PAR) on December 16, 2021.

Accordingly, Php 1 million will be given to Cebu City, another Php 1 million will be given to Cebu province, and Php 500,000 each will be given to five more affected neighboring LGUs, which include the municipalities of Matalom, Hindang, Inopacan, Hilongos, and Bato. read more

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