MANILA – Only six areas within the National Capital Location are for the time being placed beneath granular lockdown as the country continues to declare about a decline in coronavirus illness 2019 (Covid-19) infections, Division of the Interior and Local Govt (DILG) Secretary Eduardo Año talked about Monday evening.
Talking to President Rodrigo Duterte all the draw via his Focus on with the Participants briefing, Año talked about Metro Manila has the least replacement of areas beneath granular lockdown which has reached a complete of 605.
“Sa atin naman pong updates sa ating buong bansa sa pagko-conduct ng ating granular lockdown, makikita po na higit 126,600 po ang ating mga aktibong kaso sa ngayon sa buong bansa. Subalit makikita po natin sa ating alert degree machine, 26 lamang na city at municipality ang apektado o kabuuan ay 210 barangays at 605 lamang ang beneath granular lockdown at ang anim dito ay nasa National Capital Location na nakakaaapekto sa 744 households or 1,233 members (In our updates at some level of the country relating to the conduct of our granular lockdown, you want to well peep that we dangle more than 126,600 full of life conditions so a ways at some level of the country. However we are in a position to peep in our alert degree machine, easiest 26 cities and municipalities are affected or a complete of 210 barangays and easiest 605 are beneath granular lockdown and six within the National Capital Location affect 744 households or 1,233 members),” Año talked about.
Closing week, the Division of Well being (DOH) talked about Metro Manila is now at “moderate risk” for Covid-19 from a high-risk case classification.
Within the period in-between, the Cordillera Administrative Location serene has the most replacement of areas beneath granular lockdown with 384, followed by the Ilocos Location with 132; Cagayan Valley, 77 and Mimaropa, 9.
“Sabi nga po magandang balita ngayon sapagkat tuluy-tuloy naman ang pagbaba ng ating mga kaso pero asahan po natin na aagapan pa rin natin kung magkakaroon po ng mga transmission sa mga komunidad (it’s miles honest records on yarn of our conditions proceed to diminish however we hope that we can serene ready if there will most definitely be neighborhood transmissions),” he added.
Within the period in-between, Año talked about native authorities objects (LGUs) dangle been told to put together for the third edition of the ‘Bayanihan, Bakunahan’ on February 10 and 11.
He talked about the authorities objectives to vaccinate 6 million members in opposition to Covid-19 all the draw via as of late — 2 million with valuable doses and 4 million with booster footage.
To vaccinate more members, Año eminent that stroll-ins are allowed in vaccination products and companies.
“Pumunta ka lamang sa pinakamalapit na vaccination attach of living at ikaw ay babakunahan o bibigyan ng booster (shot). At nakahanda rin po ang ating mga unipormadong hanay upang tulungan ang ating LGUs (native authorities objects) na dalhin ang mga bakuna sa malalayong lugar o hakutin ang ating mga kababayan at dalhin sa vaccination sites (Appropriate proceed to the closest vaccination attach of living and likewise you will most definitely be inoculated or will most definitely be given the booster dose. Our uniformed personnel are ready to support the LGUs in turning within the vaccines in a ways-flung areas or ferry our countrymen and employ them to the vaccination sites),’’ Año wired.
Within the identical briefing, Año disclosed that PHP4.85 billion used to be earmarked for the 27 provinces in six regions struggling from Typhoon Odette.
He pointed out that turning within the support to the affected LGUs used to be severely struggling from the miserable signal and vitality interruptions other than the rising replacement of Covid-19 conditions within the affected areas, namely these within the Visayas and Mindanao.
Despite these imperfect conditions, Año talked about that native chief executives reported the distribution of round PHP495.5 million price of financial reduction.
He also counseled governors Arthur Defensor Jr. of Iloilo, Arthur Yap of Bohol, Gwendolyn Garcia of Cebu, Damian Mercado of Southern Leyte, Francisco Matugas of Surigao del Norte and Arlene Win-ao of Dinagat Islands for promptly submitting their respective reduction distribution reviews to the DILG.
Año warned that demonstrate-cause orders will most definitely be issued in opposition to LGUs for their failure to distribute on time the money reduction to their constituents who are reeling from the outcomes of Typhoon Odette. (PNA)
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