Laguna Board Member Angelica Jones Alarva works from home but says her office is open to receive requests
Laguna Board Member Angelica Jones Alarva is working from home after recovering from COVID 19, but she assured her constituents that they can still send their requests for assistance to her office.
In a Facebook post, Alarva said her office is open from Monday to Friday from 8 am to 5 pm.
They could send their request letters there or get in touch with her staff.
She also asked for understanding as she is not receiving visitors at home.
She reminded them to follow health protocols to remain safe amid the pandemic.
After her bout with COVID 19, she is not taking any chances!
“Ang inyong Lingkod Boardmember Angelica Jones Alarva Bagamat Work From Home po at Isang Buwan nasa Icu ang aking Ina . Ang Aking Opisina ay Bukas ng Lunes-Friday 8am-5pm sa sta Sta Cruz Laguna maari iparicieve ang inyong Request Letter . Maari kunin ang request sa aking Opisina or ideliver .
Humihingi po ako paumanhin Di muna ako tumatanggap ng Bisita sa aking bahay or anuman ipaparicieve. Maari sa aking Opisina iparicieve anuman request hanapin ang aking mga secretary sina Hazel #09295862925 or Rhina #09175181590 Samantha sa Opisina .
Maari naman just email your letter at email@example.com
Or isend nalang sa messenger ng aking staff.
Para sa ating HEALTH PROTOCOL .
last week nakapag deliver tayo ng mga Food Packs and HandSoap (handwash) for Community Pantry as per request of Brgy Dayap Calauan and Brgy San Lucas San Pablo.
Ugaliing Magdasal bago umalis,mag suot ng Mask , social distancing at gumamit ng Alcohol para sa kaligtasan ng lahat?❤️
BAWAT KALUSUGAN NG PAMILYA AY MAHALAGA
BUHAY NG PAMILYA AY MAHALAGA
“Wag po tayo kakampante .. DOBLE INGAT PO TAYO”
Lalo na sa panahon ngayon May variant Uk ay Variant South Africa nakapasok na sa Laguna MAHIRAP MAGKASAKIT at MAHIRAP MANGANIB ANG BUHAY .
#BawatBuhayNgPamilyaMahalaga,” Alarva posted.
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