Issue of July 25, 2021

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P50-M bike lane project needs no further study

The traffic consultant of Baguio has explained last week the P50-million bicycle lane project sought to be deferred does not need a feasibility study as the works to be done involve setting up of safety measures.

MASS VACCINATION WOES -- In spite of the inclement weather, many residents queued as early as 2 a.m. at the vaccination sites in Baguio to get slots for their first dose. Meanwhile, personnel of the City Health Services Office and volunteers who are registered nurses such as some personnel of the Baguio City Police Office administer the second dose of residents in the mass vaccination sites. -- Harley Palangchao

The city government of Baguio plans to ask the Commission on Higher Education to defer its plan of allowing a higher learning education institution from holding limited face-to-face classes.

Health officials have raised the red flag against dengue as the Cordillera recorded seven deaths due to the disease.

City vax system turns into disarray

The mass vaccination in Baguio City has gone from being organized to chaotic.


The land claims besetting Baguio’s livestock-raising area have become more serious as claimants resorted to brandishing arms and destruction of perimeter fences in their efforts to intrude into the site where the Department of Agriculture conducts activities to elevate the region’s agricultural development pursuits particularly on livestock-raising.


BUCKET LIST -- Tourists who were allowed entry to Baguio enjoy boating at the Burnham Park lake despite the inclement weather last week. -- Neil Clark Ongchangco
FLOODED -- Flashflood partially submerged a section of the Halsema Highway at Km.4, La Trinidad, Benguet on July 23 leaving countless motorists and commuters stranded due to the incessant rains in the localities for the past three days. No one was reported injured by the flashflood. -- Khaye Docayso

MORE COVID VACCINE DONATION -- The United States government delivered 3,240,850 one-shot Johnson & Johnson vaccines to the Philippines on July 16 to 17 as part of its worldwide effort to help end the Covid-19 pandemic. This is the first time the Philippines has received the Johnson & Johnson vaccine, considered a safe, trusted, and easy to store shot widely used in the U.S. -- U.S. Embassy Manila photo
SAFETY SEAL INSPECTION -- Personnel of the city government inspected on July 20, establishments at the Ayala Technohub, Camp John Hay for their compliance with the installation of safety seals. Establishment owners had requested for the inspection to confirm their compliance to minimum public health standards. -- Alberto Manaois
MOTHER AND SON -- International triathlon union level 1 coach Lou Ann Hamada-Ramos and her son, Josh, a member of the national triathlon team, have competed in Texas, United States to qualify for the Ironman 70.3 World Championship set later this year. -- Contributed photos


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