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Cops test for COVID twice weekly

By | Inside News

THE Pangasinan Police Provincial Office (PPPO) has required its personnel to submit to reverse transcription-polymerase chain reaction (RT-PCR) test twice a week to monitor and check COVID-19 infection among the police personnel in the province. “We  have to be tested at least twice a week,” PPPO spokesperson Maj. Arturo Melchor…

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Full implementation of S-PASS is underway

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S-PASS (Safe, Swift and Smart Passage) will soon be fully implemented in Pangasinan. This was assured after the Management Information Services Office (MISO) presented an update on the implementation of S-PASS in Pangasinan to members of the Technical Working Group on April 21. S-PASS is a new paperless app launched…

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SP backs support for inventory maintenance

By | Inside News

PANGASINAN’S HISTORICAL LANDMARKS SANGGUNIANG Panlalawigan, in its virtual session on April 26, approved a resolution that will help maintain an inventory of the province’s cultural and historical properties/ landmarks. Endorsed by SP was resolution authored by Board Member Margilou Humilde-Versoza, Provincial Resolution No. 2314-2021 entitled, “Endorsing to the Philippine Registry…

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Only region’s 59% of HCWs inoculated

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THE Department of Health – Center for Health Development (DOH-CHD) Region 1 confirmed that 59 percent of healthcare workers (HCW) or 46,789 persons in the region have been inoculated. Meanwhile, Dr. Rheuel Bobis, CHD spokesperson, said 0.7 percent, or 3,991 senior citizens received their vaccines. Of the inoculated HCWs, Bobis…

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PHO: Only 60% BHERTs willing to get jab

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THE Pangasinan Provincial Health Office (PHO) revealed only 60% of Barangay Health Emergency Response Teams (BHERT) in the province are willing to be inoculated. Dr. Anna de Guzman, provincial health officer, confirmed this in an interview as she clarified that despite the 90 to 95 percent acceptance rate among hospitals…

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232 barangays in Pangasinan still not drug cleared

By | Crime Notes

OUT of 1,364 barangays in the province, there are still 232 barangays that have to be cleared of illegal drug infection. P/Major Arturo Melchor Jr., spokesperson of the Pangasinan Police Provincial Office (PPPO), confirmed that the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA), in coordination with the PPPO and barangay officials, is…

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