Carmona gets DICT award for prompt submission of vaccination data
The Department of Information and Communications Technology has lauded the efforts of the Carmona local government to keep its vaccination records up to date.
The DICT has recognized Carmona as one of Calabarzon’s top performing local governments for February, according to Mayor Roy Loyola.
This was for submitting the complete data of its vaccine line list to the DICT and the Department of Health, Loyola said.
The data is used as the basis for the issuance of vaccine certificates.
Loyola hailed the local government staff for their efforts.
“Taos-puso po akong nagpapasalamat sa lahat ng departamento at mga kawani ng Lokal na Pamahalaan na nagsumikap upang makamit ang pagkilalang ito. Higit sa lahat, nagpapasalamat po ang inyong lingkod sa bawat mamamayan ng Carmona na nagsisilbi naming inspirasyon upang patuloy naming pagbutihin ang aming serbisyo publiko,” he said.
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