City Inspects Standard Protocol Compliance Among Food Establishments
The local government of San Carlos inspected five food establishments in the city yesterday, Jan. 6, to ensure that health and safety measures against coronavirus disease-2019(COVID-19) are being applied.
|Tourism staff and Law Enforcement Team representatives conducts inspection to different food establishments in
Clients lined-up during the BOSS activity at the City Hall
Job Order Employees Undergo Surveillance Testing
At least 144 Job Order (JO) employees in the local government of San Carlos City have to undergo surveillance testing using rapid anti-body test starting today Jan. 5, at the City’s Swab Testing Area, Barangay Rizal.
LGU job order employees lined up for rapid anti-body test at Swab Testing Area, Brgy. Rizal
Dr. Jessa Tiapon, EOC’s Health Cluster leader said the local government prioritized Barangays II, III, VI, Rizal and Punao for now and will add Barangays I, V and Palampas as to the availability of test kits.
Mayor Appeals to Brgy. Rizal Residents
San Carlos City Mayor Renato Y. Gustilo personally talked to the residents of Brgy. Rizal especially those under house-cared or bedridden individuals, yesterday, Jan. 4, 2021. Gustilo appealed to said individuals and their families to cooperate in the local government’s effort in dealing with the Corona Virus Disease-2019 (COVID-19) and undergo the COVID-19 swab testing since they are the most vulnerable sector susceptible to the said viral disease and if tested positive will be cared of by the government.
|City Mayor Renato Y. Gustilo talks to family members who are house-cared or bedridden individuals at Brgy Rizal
Gym, January 4