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CAR posts P15.66-B loss during ECQ

The Cordillera has recorded P18,687,546,030.25 economic loss during the community quarantine due to the coronavirus disease-2019 (Covid-19) pandemic.


UNDER MODIFIED GCQ -- Baguio City, which has recorded 32 confirmed cases with high recovery rate based on the tally of the City Health Services Office, will be placed under modified general community quarantine starting June 1 after the Inter-Agency Task Force for the Management of Emerging Infectious Diseases noted the city’s best practices against the Covid-19 pandemic. The city government will issue the localized MGCQ guidelines, which include strict observance of protocols even in city borders, which the Baguio City Police Office and its partners have been implementing since the lockdown in March. -- Harley Palangchao

Personnel of the La Trinidad Municipal Police Station built a sturdy home for an 86-year-old grandmother who was living alone in an old pigpen at Sitio Kibungan Village in Puguis, La Trinidad, Benguet.

Restrictions imposed during the general community quarantine will now be relaxed as the Cordillera has been placed under modified general community quarantine effective June 1.

 
Tough travel blamed on LTFRB & TTMC

Transportation is still challenging even under a modified general community quarantine as the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board still imposes some provisions of the Public Transportation Modernization Act in the issuance of special permits to public utility vehicles.

 

City Prosecutor Elmer Manuel Sagsago has asked Mayor Benjamin Magalong to consider coming up with policies regarding the operation of food delivery services that were issued food passes.
 
 

 

City
BAG CHECK -- Personal belongings of the Air Force junior officers, who are members of the Philippine Military Academy “Masidlawin” Class of 2020, get checked by an assisted bomb-sniffing dog at the Loakan Airport before these were loaded to C130 planes that airlifted the young officers to the Fernando Air Base in Lipa, Batangas where they will undergo further training. -- Ofelia Empian
Region
BOKOD RELIEF -- The Philippine Air Force through the Tactical Operations Group-1 in coordination of the Philippine Red Cross-Benguet Chapter and the Office of the Civil Defense-Cordillera airlifted relief goods from the provincial government of Benguet, the Benguet Congressional District, Board Member Nestor Fongwan Jr., and the municipal government of Bokod led by Mayor Thomas Wales. The relief items were distributed to Barangay Nawal; Sitios Bakian and Naswak in Barangay Ekip; and Sitio Bisal in Barangay Bobok-Bisal in Bokod on May 23 and 25. -- Redjie Cawis

Health
FOR RELIEF -- Power producer Team Energy Corporation and its CSR arm, Team Energy Foundation, Inc. (TEFI), turned over P500,000 worth of relief items to the Benguet Electric Cooperative, which the latter solicited from its power supplier to be distributed to chosen residential customers and Beneco frontliners. Beneco Institutional Services Manager Delmar Cariño received on behalf of the distribution utility the assorted items from Techie Lopez, Nestor Banga, and Allan Palacio of TEFI and Roly Quilala and Felino Chavez of Team Energy Corp. -- Jane Cadalig
Business
STILL ROLLING -- The city’s efforts to decongest the public market as part of social distancing protocol is complemented by the conduct of a rolling store initiated by the local government unit, the departments of Trade and Industry and Agriculture, and their partner distributors in covered courts in the various barangays such as this at Engineer’s Hill. -- Art Tibaldo
Sports
ATHLETIC SABER AWARDEES -- Baguio’s pride, 2nd Lt. Mary Rose M. Alda of Mountain Province and 2nd Lt. Ramon Rico O. Fantonalgo of North Cotabato are this year’s Athletic Saber awardees besting 194 other members of the Philippine Military Academy “Masidlawin” Class of 2020. The 21-year-old Alda is into combat sports excelling in judo, Muay Thai, arnis, and jiu jitsu.
-- PMA photos
 

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