No recreation areas to be opened for the meantime, says Cainta Mayor Kit Nieto
Cainta Mayor Kit Nieto reported seven new COVID 19 cases in town, and made sure his constituents knew the circumstances that could have contributed to their infection.
In a Facebook post, Nieto said he shared the details so that people would have an idea where they got the virus.
He also said he would not allow play and recreation areas to open even if this could be allowed.
He would wait for the number of cases to go down, he said.
In the meantime, he would conduct town-wide misting, distribute vitamins, and vaccinate people for pneumonia, he said.
Transparency also helps in managing the disease!
“Sa nakaraang tatlong araw, may nadagdag na 7 pasyente sa active cases natin tas may recorded recoveries din tayo.. nilagay ko na ang rason ng pagkakahawa para may idea kayo kung san galing yung sakit.. wala munang bubuksang mga palaruan kahit may advise na ang inter agency committee. Ibaba muna natin ang bilang mg active cases and then i will consider.. tuloy ang town wide misting, vit distribution and pneumonia vaccine activity…,”Nieto posted.
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