Sta. Maria Mayor Cindy Carolino reports one new COVID case, calls for closer monitoring of APOR
Sta. Maria Mayor Cindy Carolino wants to keep a closer watch on people authorized to be outside the home after one of them was tested positive for COVID 19.
In a Facebook post, Carolino acknowledged that they are allowed to be outside to report to work.
Her only request is that they register with the health authorities in their area for monitoring, especially if they work in high risk areas like Metro Manila and Laguna’s first and second district.
The latest COVID 10 cases in town works in Metro Manila.
But Carolino also reminded the people of Sta. Maria that they should not discriminate against COVID 19 patients or spread false information about them.
Let’s all work together to beat COVID 19!
“Ngayong araw ay nakapagtala tayo ng isang (1) panibagong kaso ng COVID19.
Itinadhana ng batas na ang APOR ay payagan na muling makapag hanapbuhay ngunit ang pakiusap natin sa kanilang lahat na makapagpatala sa inyong mga BHERT para sa monitoring lalo at higit ang mga nasa high risk areas tulad ng NCR at sa 1st at 2nd District ng Laguna.
Ang aming paalala na merong umiiral na batas tungkol sa diskriminasyon at pagkakalat ng maling balita.
Dalangin ko ang kaligtasan ng bawat isa 🙏,” Carolino posted.
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