Issue of October 25, 2020
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Mayor allays fears city is COVID-19 risk area

Mayor Benjamin Magalong has allayed the public fear over reports that Baguio is one of the top high-risk areas for Covid-19, saying the city government has put in place systems to manage the situation well.

HONORING BAGUIO BOY -- Philippine National Police Chief, Gen. Camilo P. Cascolan, was warmly welcomed by Baguio officials led by Mayor Benjamin Magalong and Rep. Mark Go when he graced Monday’s flag raising rites at the City Hall grounds last week. Cascolan, the first Baguio boy to be appointed PNP chief, also turned over 200 Galil firearms, ammunitions, magazines for long firearms, flashlights, and a mobile police patrol car to the Baguio City Police Office during his visit. -- Harley Palangchao

The Baguio City Tourism Office has advised visitors intending to come to the city not to engage the services of bogus tour operators and tour transport services.

Develop the market, but not through privatization.

Highest single-day infection:
Benguet shaken by 93 COVID-19 cases

The Benguet Provincial Inter-Agency Task Force is addressing the sudden surge in Covid-19 cases in the province after 93 cases were recorded Oct. 22, the highest number of infections in a day since the pandemic.


Here’s another feat for healthcare frontliners working to combat the Covid-19 pandemic.



POLICE FOOD PACKS -- Philippine National Police Chief, Gen. Camilo Cascolan, led the distribution of food packs to residents of Sto. Niño-Slaughterhouse Compound, who were among those impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic, when the former visited his hometown on Monday. -- Harley Palangchao
SEIZED GUNS -- The more than 70 assorted high and low-powered firearms surrendered by former members and supporters of the New People’s Army in the Cordillera were presented to Philippine National Police Chief Gen. Camilo Cascolan during his command visit at Camp Bado Dangwa in La Trinidad, Benguet last week. Cascolan also welcomed two former rebels who surrendered to the authorities recently. -- Ofelia Empian

FLASH FLOOD PREVENTION -- Personnel of the City Engineering Office cleared the City Camp lagoon intake as a preventive measure against flash floods in the area during continuous rains. -- Contributed photo
HEALED -- Two young siblings from Baguio were among the Covid-19 patients discharged from the Baguio City Community Isolation Unit at Sto. Niño Hospital after recovering from the infection. The City Health Services Office has been recording high recovery rate among patients in the city. -- Contributed photo
FARMERS’ PRODUCE -- A long list of fresh and organic products from various farmers’ groups and cooperatives are on display for sale at SM Atrium until the end of the month. The Department of Agriculture in partnership with SM City Baguio Baguio and Resto PH organized the Farmers’ Produce event, which offers a farm-to-table experience and aims to help local farmers, who were impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic. -- Harley Palangchao
HOPEFUL -- Parbusters from the Cordillera who competed in the biggest amateur golf tournaments in the past, are hopeful a localized version of the annual Fil-Am Open Golf Tournament will push through towards the end of the year with strict compliance to health protocols and green signal from the National Inter-Agency Task Force. Golf is one of the sports approved by the IATF in areas under modified general community quarantine status. -- Harley Palangchao


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