Tuesday, 10 November 2020 15:55

NIGHTLY MONITORING

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Personnel of the city's Regulatory Compliance Board (RCB), and Cagayan de Oro City Police Office (Cocpo) continue its nightly monitoring of establishments especially restaurants and restobars to remind management and its customers of the minimum public health protocols especially on social distancing.

Tuesday, 10 November 2020 12:25

Besigan wala pay natalang kaso sa Covid-19

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NAGPABILIN nga 'zero' o’ walay kaso sa coronavirus disease ang barangay Besigan sa Cagayan de Oro. Sumala pa ni city epidemiologist Dr. Teodulfo Joselito Retuya nga ang Besigan walay natala nga nagpositibo sa COVID-19 nga mga locally stranded individuals, returning overseas filipino, persons deprived of liberty o’ local cases. Dugang…

Tuesday, 10 November 2020 12:07

Govt offices, businesses to be updated on Higalaay site

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An online briefing will be conducted for designated safety officers of both government agencies and private companies concerning the registration for a quick response (QR) code that can be downloaded from Cagayan de Oro City Hall’s Higalaay web portal. ‘Ang atong safety officer gikan City Health Office nga si Dr.…

Tuesday, 10 November 2020 12:03

‘Adjustments essential in transition phase on travel rules’

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Eight months into the pandemic and Cagayan de Oro City Hall is making adjustments to moves by the national government to further ease travel restrictions nationwide in order to boost the country’s economy. ‘By easing travel restrictions, it means there won’t be any travel authority needed for persons traveling within…

Tuesday, 10 November 2020 11:33

Pascual: Don’t be complacent, protect yourself from COVID-19

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More than a month after his recovery, Councilor Jay Roa Pascual gave this advice to Cagayan de Oro City residents and visitors who still don’t believe in and continue to be complacent about the ongoing pandemic: ‘Di ta magkumpiyansa sa COVID-19 (Don’t be complacent on COVID-19).’‘Last Aug. 31, I had…

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