City gov’t honors vaccination partners
The city government recognized the last batch of its partners in the Covid-19 response and vaccination rollout that allowed the city to exceed the target herd immunity.
The batch is composed of 29 government and private institutions which were instrumental in the city’s Covid-19 response and vaccination rollout since the enforcement of the Luzonwide lockdown over two years ago.
Among the institutions and groups recognized were the Bureau of Jail Management and Penology male dorm represented by Jail Superintendent Mary Ann Resmanio, Baguio-Benguet Medical Society represented by Dr. Hossanna Mae Fernandez-Pajela, Philippine College of Physicians-Northern Luzon represented by Dr. Ruchelle Rayco-Turqueza and Dr. Franz Genevieve Montenegro, and Philippine Pediatric Society-Northern Luzon represented by Dr. Pearl Joy Solimen.
The Baguio Lions Everlasting Club represented by 3rd vice president Pamela Cariño along with Rotary Club of Baguio 03790 represented by Francis Ali Morales, Baguio-Benguet Public Information Civic Action Group represented by Neftali Marilla, and Philippine Red Cross Baguio Chapter represented by Jenelyn Terre and Vina Vanica Assuncion also received certificates of appreciation from the city government.
The St. Vincent Parish-Diocese of Baguio-Benguet represented by Fr. Claudio Banasan; St. Louis School, Inc. represented by Annie Marie Caguioa; SLU Laboratory elementary School represented by Alejandro Publico; Divine Mercy Parish represented by Fr. Rolly Buyagan; and Arise and Build for Christ Ministries, Inc. Church represented by Juliana Siano were also recognized.
The Philippine Economic Zone Authority represented by Mariam Vanessa Meneses and Criselda Cruz; Texas Instruments Philippines, Inc. represented by Lanie Gutierrez and Rodel Cariño, Texins Multipurpose Cooperative represented by Patrick Chagsan; MOOG Controls Group Corp. Philippine branch represented by Paulyn Baba Norbyne Litoen, and Our Lady of Mount Carmel Montessori represented by Donna Digna Rosario were also recognized. The city also recognized schools such as the Mabini Elementary School represented by Proserpina Estacio-Apolinario; Manuel L. Quezon ES represented by Ligaya Annawi; Quezon Hill ES represented by Amalia Micklay; Pacday Quiño ES represented by Vilma Basa; Elpidio Quirino ES represented by Hermoso Bunnol; Kias Elementary School represented by Roselyn Ann Lapena; Brookspoint ES represented by Octavia Pedro; Doña Nicasia ES represented by Estrella Bullay; University of the Cordilleras represented by Dr. Proserfina Ruiz; Don Mariano Marcos Elementary School represented by Maria Palsi; and CAP Convention Center-Camp John Hay. – PIO release