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City hopes to flatten COVID-19 curve soon

Baguio might be able to lessen the number of people infected with the coronavirus disease-2019 (Covid-19) if the public continues to follow health protocols even when restrictions have been relaxed under the general community quarantine.


CREAM OF THE CROP -- Three Cordilleran Cadets First Class namely (from left-top) Rotes Gaile B. Jamandre (4th placer) of Lamut, Ifugao; Jeb B. Bay-an (5th) of Kabayan, Benguet; and Catabay Gunnawa Ladyong (6th) of Tabuk City, Kalinga are among the top 10 graduates of the Philippine Military Academy “Masidlawin” Class of 2020, who marched at Fort del Pilar, Baguio City on May 22. The other Cordilleran special awardees are (from left-bottom) Cadets 1CL Mary Rose M. Alda of Irisan, Baguio City for Athletic Saber; Valerie M. Salbino of Tuba, Benguet for Department of Tactical Officers’ Plaque; Janri Merch B. Santos of Bontoc, Mountain Province for Sports and Physical Development Plaque; and Dexter B. Mamma of Baguio City for Graduation awards. The Masidlawin Class is composed of 196-strong cadets who were commissioned 2nd Lieutenants in the Army and Air Force and Ensigns in the Navy. -- PMA photos

Three Cordilleran cadets are among the top 10 graduates of the Philippine Military Academy “Masidlawin” Class of 2020 composed of 196 cadets who graduated at Fort del Pilar, Baguio City on May 22.

The Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board has been met with criticism for implementing a memorandum circular that only taxicabs that are able to process cashless payments will be allowed to operate during the general community quarantine.

 
Solon gives PCR machine to BeGH

To aid Benguet in its fight against the Covid-19 pandemic, the Congressional Office led by Rep. Eric Go Yap of ACT-CIS party-list has donated a polymerase chain reaction machine and an automated extraction machine to jumpstart the province’s testing capacity against the virus.

 

 
 
 

 

City
INBOUND AND OUTBOUND PAPERS – Personnel of the Baguio City Police Office review documents submitted by individuals applying for permits to travel outside of Baguio for emergency reasons, including those processing the requirements for Baguio residents who are planning to return to the city. -- Harley Palangchao
Region
ATOK CASH RELIEF -- Benguet caretaker, Rep. Eric Go Yap of ACT-CIS party-list, turned over cash relief assistance from his personal fund to the four barangay captains from Atok who will distribute the same to 10 of their respective constituents identified as beneficiaries. The turnover was witnessed by Mayor Raymundo Sarac (left) during Yap’s short visit to the municipality on May 22. -- Ofelia Empian

Health
COVID HAIRCUT -- Customers get their haircut in one of the barbershops in La Trinidad, Benguet, which resumed operations after two months since the declaration of the enhanced community quarantine in March. Top’s Barbershop, the town’s oldest barbershop, operating for more  than 30 years now, has complied with the guidelines set by the local government, such as provision of personal protective equipment for workers, listing the clients’ names and checking their temperature, and maintaining sanitation in the work area. -- Ofelia Empian
Business
ROLLING ON -- Residents of Camp 30, Atok, Benguet trooped to the rolling store set up by the Department of Trade and Industry for its nine barangays, with Tiong San as retailer-partner. The initiative aims to provide essential goods that comply with the price freeze, without communities having to go far from their homes in this pandemic. -- Art Tibaldo
Sports
REAL DEAL -- Team Lakay’s rising star Lito “Thunder Kid” Adiwang is gearing up for future title bout in ONE Championship following impressive wins in the main roster. Adiwang said he is willing to go to a higher weight division to avoid going against his teammate, reigning champion Joshua Pacio.
-- ONE photo
 

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