Angono Mayor Jeri Mae Calderon shuts down health office due to COVID 19 case
Health workers aren’t virus resistant, and their frontline work in Angono has led to an employee testing positive for COVID 19.
This prompted Angono Mayor Jeri Mae Calderon to temporarily shut down the Municipal Health Office from September 17 to 18.
This would pave the way for the disinfection of the office and the conduct of swab tests on all its workers, Calderon said in a Facebook post.
But she said the Sanitary Office would remain open for those who would need sanitary and burial permits.
She asked for understanding for this temporary set up.
“Ang ating Municipal Health Office ay pansamantalang magsasarado at hindi tatanggap ng mga pasyente sa darating na September 17-18 2020 (Thursday at Friday) upang bigyang daan ang pag swab test sa lahat ng empleyado at pag disinfect sa kanilang opisina.
Ang dahilan po ng pansamantalang pagka antala ng kanilang serbisyo ay ang pagkakaroon ng isang positibo sa COVID-19 ng isa sa kanilang empleyado.
Samantala, ang Sanitary Office po ay mananatiling bukas para sa kukuha ng sanitary permit at burial permit.
Humihingi po kami ng pang-unawa at pakikiisa,” Calderon posted.
Ang ating Municipal Health Office ay pansamantalang magsasarado at hindi tatanggap ng mga pasyente sa darating na…
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