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Pasil reports zero COVID-19 case

Updated: Dec 10, 2021

Pasil, Kalinga – With the concerted efforts of the health workers and the local government officials, under the leadership of Mayor Alfredo “Chao-ig” Malannag, the municipality reported that the it is now COVID-free.

The Provincial Health Office, led by Dr. Edward Tandingan, in a report, shared that as of December 5, 2021, no active cases were recorded in Pasil.

Since the COVID-19 outbreak last year, the municipality has had a total of 693 cases, with 686 recoveries and 7 casualties.

The LGU said this development can be attributed to the effort of the health workers of the Municipal Health Office headed by Dr. Aldrin Siwao, along with the participation of other health personnel and frontliners, who have been in full support of the health programs.

MHO and health offices earlier crossed bridges and traversed mountains to bring medical needs closer to the people of Pasil, which includes the vaccines and medicines that are essential in the fight against the dreaded virus.

Meantime, Governor Ferdinand Tubban, through his radio program, applauded the municipality for achieving zero COVID-19 case and expressed hope that it will sustain its status.

Despite having no active cases, Pasil MHO and LGU raise their guard and continue with their vaccination drive for the protection of the community.

Invitation to minors for Covid-19 jabs

The MHO invites the minors under 12-17 age bracket who are not yet vaccinated to avail of their first dose on Saturday, December 11 at Amdalao Open Gym for those from Magsilay, Bagtayan, Galdang, Guina-ang, Malucsad, Pugong, and Dangtalan.

To those from barangays Colayo, Balatoc, Balinciagao Norte and Sur, Ableg, Dalupa, and Cagaluan, the vaccination site will be at Cagaluan Elementary School on the same day.

Adults aging 18 years old and above and minors set for second dose will also be inoculated on Saturday.

Aside from Pasil, the Municipality of Tanudan, Rizal and Pinukpuk also have zero active COVID-19 case.

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