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Capitol’s 1k employees still refuse vaccination

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PHO CONFIRMS ABOUT 1,000 employees of the provincial capitol in Lingayen said  “no” to vaccination or are having second thoughts about being vaccinated. This was bared by Dr. Anna de Guzman, provincial Health officer, in a talk on June 1 before the Sangguniang Panlalawigan (SP) during its virtual session. “Unfortunately,…

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Capitol’s 1k employees still refuse vaccination

By June 7, 2021Headlines

Dads OK reorganization in Dagupan City gov’t

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IMPLEMENTING 1993 and 2001 U.P. STUDIES THE reorganization in the executive department of the city government of Dagupan was approved unanimously by the members of the Sangguniang Panlungsod (SP) in an ordinance passed during a special session on May 14 called by the SP. The ordinance was passed three days after the committee on civil service and government reorganization, chaired by Councilor Librada…

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Dads OK reorganization in Dagupan City gov’t

By May 24, 2021Headlines

City hall pushes for reorganization

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BASED ON 1993 & 2001 U.P. STUDY THE Dagupan Sangguniang Panlungsod (SP) is deliberating on a proposed ordinance certified as urgent by Mayor Brian Lim providing for a comprehensive reorganization of the executive departments in the Dagupan City government. Proposed Ordinance No, 0790 filed by Councilor Librada Reyna with Councilor…

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City hall pushes for reorganization

By May 17, 2021Headlines

2,067 persons refused entry to Pangasinan

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NO PROOF OF ESSENTIAL TRAVEL, NO ENTRY THERE have been 2,067 persons that were denied entry into Pangasinan from March 29 to May 2 consistent with an IATF resolution, the Pangasinan Police Provincial Office (PPPO) reported. P/Lt. Colonel Brendon Palisoc, police deputy provincial director for operations, revealed that those turned…

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2,067 persons refused entry to Pangasinan

By May 10, 2021Headlines

SP seeks IATF policy on non-Pangasinan COVID patients

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AS NCR+ CASES CONTINUE TO SURGE REACTING to the banner headline of the SUNDAY PUNCH’S April 11 issue that NCR COVID-19 patients are already being confined in Dagupan City hospitals, Second District Board Member Von Mark Mendoza asked if the provincial Inter-Agency Task Force for the Management of Emerging Infectious Diseases…

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SP seeks IATF policy on non-Pangasinan COVID patients

By April 18, 2021Headlines