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Ormoc borders close anew

TACLOBAN CITY – Ormoc City Mayor Richard Gomez has issued an executive order closing the city’s borders due to the sudden spike of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) cases.

As of Thursday, December 17, the mayor shared that Ormoc has 98 COVID-19 active cases, the highest so far since they were ordered by the Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG) to ease and relax their containment areas for authorized persons outside of residence (APORS).

“I’m left with no choice but to protect our people here in Ormoc City and to protect the people coming into the city for them not to be infected because I don’t want that when you visit Ormoc, your families will also be infected,” the mayor said. read more

2 seniors die from Covid-19

·      City ramps up on health protocols

·      BPLO serves closure order on restaurant

ORMOC CITY – Two seniors suffering from Covid-19 related illnesses have expired in two hospitals here in Ormoc City on December 12, Saturday. The city now has 3 people recorded as having died from Covid-19.

They were buried as soon as possible, and accordingly, grieving relatives did not even see them for a last glimpse. 

The City has also recorded 19 new positive cases on Sunday, December 13, from results released by the Department of Health (DOH). All are already isolated, including their primary contacts. Most of the positives are close contacts of previous positives. read more

TACLOBAN CITY (PNA) – The Leyte provincial government has extended the modified general community quarantine (MGCQ) status in the entire province for another month, reminding the public of the need to observe basic health protocols.

Under Executive Order No. 12-01-2020 signed by Governor Leopoldo Dominico Petilla on Tuesday, December 1, and posted on the provincial government’s social media page on Thursday, December 3, appropriate measures have to be observed, including but not limited to strict border control. read more

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