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Issue of November 28, 2021
     

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Four LGUs remain on alert level 3:
COVID transmission slows down in CAR

The transmission of the Covid-19 cases in the Cordillera is slowing down as shown by the weekly monitoring of the Department of Health.


TWIN CELEBRATION -- The proud people and officialdom of Benguet celebrated the 121st foundation day of the province and Adivay Festival on Nov. 23 at the Benguet Sports Complex in Wangal, La Trinidad with limited guests and activities. Benguet Gov. Melchor Diclas and Rep. Eric Go Yap led the performance of the traditional tayaw during the celebration themed, “Resilient and Healthier Benguet – Flourishing in the Midst of Adversity.” -- Ofelia Empian

As tourism is beginning to perk as the year enters its final month, bookings in the visitor registration portal of Baguio have shown an increasing number of people interested to visit the city.

Only two municipalities in the Cordillera have not completed their devolution transition plan (DTP).

 
20 schools authorized for F2F classes in CAR

The Department of Education has approved the conduct of face-to-face classes in 20 pilot schools in the Cordillera starting on Nov. 29.

 

The Commission on Elections will regulate political advertisements posted on social media and assemblies in view of the restrictions on face-to-face interactions during the campaign period.

 

City
ESTEEMED BCPO GUEST -- Bishop Military Ordinariate of the Philippines, Most Rev. Oscar Jaime Florencio, D.D., STHD, paid courtesy call to the Baguio City Police Office on Nov. 22, with BCPO Director, Col. Glenn Lonogan on hand to welcome and tour the esteemed guest at the BCPO complex. Bishop Florencio inspired the Baguio’s Finest to continue serving the public with humility and respect. -- BCPO-PIO
Region
DEPED CAR’S HYTEQ -- As an alternative to printed modules, the Department of Education-Cordillera led by Director Estela Cariño with DepEd Director for Information Communication and Technology Service Abram Abanil and Kapangan Mayor Manny Fermin launched the project HyTEQ or Hybrid Learning using Technology with Equity and Quality in the signal-less area of Sagubo on Nov. 24. The project will reach out to 72 pilot implementing schools in the region that will assist learners and teachers using technology as well as gadgets, with 2,558 tablets initially given to the identified pilot schools. -- Ofelia Empian


Health
BOOSTER SHOTS -- Healthcare workers, senior citizens, and persons with comorbidities, including the pediatric population, continue to troop to the various vaccination sites in Baguio City, such as SM City Baguio on Nov. 24 for their booster shots and second dose, respectively. Baguio City has been hailed by the Inter-Agency Task Force for its high vaccination rate among its eligible population, besting other key cities in the country. -- Harley Palangchao
Business
ATOK PRODUCTS -- Succulent plants, fresh vegetables, crafts, and other processed foods from Atok, Benguet are for sale at the 4th Mandeko Kito Artisan Market at the Berkeley School in Baguio City until Dec. 13. The fair continues to be a venue for at least 50 artisans, artists, and entrepreneurs and their handicrafts to be sold as a way of helping them this pandemic. -- Redjie Cawis
Sports
EARLY TUNE UP GAME -- Golf enthusiasts from Baguio and Benguet take advantage of the fine weather for their tune-up games ahead of the resumption of the Fil-Am Invitation Golf Tournament set at the Baguio Country Club and Camp John Hay on Dec. 14 to 17 with strict compliance with the health protocols set by organizers and the Inter-Agency Task Force. -- Contributed photo
 

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