Pangasinan lowest in COVID-19 cases

AMONG POPULATED PROVINCES STATISTICS don’t lie! As of June 27, Pangasinan is listed as having the lowest number of confirmed COVID-19 patients from among the 10 most populous provinces in the Philippines. This was gleaned from the Department of Health (DOH) National COVID-19 Case Tracker. Pangasinan, with a population of 2,956,726, and currently the country’s […]

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Socio-economic plan OK’d for Pangasinan

TRANSITION TO NEW NORMAL THE Provincial Development Council (PDC) approved last June 30 the province’s Annual Investment Program for 2021 that outlines the socio-economic recovery plan of Pangasinan when it transitions to “New Normal” from its present Modified General Community Quarantine (MGCQ) status. Titled “Abig”, Pangasinan Recovery Plan for the Year 2012, the socio-economic recovery […]

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Commuters, operators continue to suffer

ONLY 334 JEEPNEYS ALLOWED TO OPERATE THERE are only 334 Public Utility Jeeps plying routes in Pangasinan during the Modified General Community Quarantine, out of the 3,525 units that were issued their franchises before the pandemic. Bernard Tuliao, president of the Alliance of United Transport Organizations Provincewide (AUTOPRO), said not only is the number very inadequate to […]

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2,403 frontliners tested, 97% negative

RT-PCR MASS TESTING RESULTS IF the results of the first round of the expanded targeted mass testing using the Reverse Transcription Polymerase Chain Reactions test in Pangasinan is any indication, as of June 18 the provincial government’s efforts to flatten COVID-19’s curve are succeeding. The data culled and prepared by Mirasol Mina of Hospital Service […]

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