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54 towns, cities in Region 1 classified as “high risk”

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TEN IDENTIFIED IN PANGASINAN DUE to the continuing spike of COVID-19 cases, 54 towns and cities in Region 1 were recently classified as high risk areas by the Department of Health-Center for Health Development 1 (DOH-CHD 1). Dr. Rheuel Bobis, COVID-19 focal person in Region 1 and spokesman of DOH-CHD…

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54 towns, cities in Region 1 classified as “high risk”

By July 26, 2021Headlines

IATF-LTFRB terms delay Pangasinan-Manila bus trips

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MANDATORY USE OF BOCAUE TERMINAL THE Sangguniang Panlalawigan (SP) passed a resolution urging the National Inter-Agency Task Force for the Management of Emerging Infectious Diseases and the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) to lift the mandatory usage of the North Luzon Express Terminal (NLET) by buses plying the routes from…

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IATF-LTFRB terms delay Pangasinan-Manila bus trips

By July 19, 2021Headlines

Surge in COVID-19 cases continues

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689 NEW CASES, 14 DEATHS COVID-19 cases continue to surge in Pangasinan during the past one week. The Provincial Health Office (PHO) logged 689 new positive cases and 14 deaths from July 2 to 8. Only the timely recovery of 584 patients softened the impact on the provincial government’s efforts….

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Surge in COVID-19 cases continues

By July 13, 2021Headlines

Two variants found in Pangasinan

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THREE COVID-19 VARIANTS IN R1 THREE types of COVID-19 variants were already detected in Region 1 in 43 cases. While the 43 patients have recovered, the Department of Health-Center for Health Development 1 reported and identified during the Virtual Presser of the Philippine Information Agency Region 1 on June 28,…

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Two variants found in Pangasinan

By July 6, 2021Headlines

COVID-19 contagion drops anew

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SECOND STRAIGHT WEEK AS the whole nation is now on alert over the more infectious Delta variant from India, COVID-19 appears to be slowing down in Pangasinan based on statistics that show more new recoveries than new cases for the second straight week this month. This is another week of significant…

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COVID-19 contagion drops anew

By June 28, 2021Headlines

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