DepEd Mandaluyong official nagpositibo sa COVID-19
ISANg school division official ng Department of Education sa Mandaluyong City ang nagpositibo sa coronavirus disease 2019.
Ayon sa DepEd ang pasyente ay nasa opisyal at binigyan na ng tulong ng field unit ng ahensya.
“Within the DepEd community, we have checked on his colleagues with whom he had close contact prior to hospitalization. None of them has exhibited respiratory symptoms so far,” saad ng pahayag ng DepEd.
Ang pasyente ay bumisita umano sa ilang National Festival of Talents (NFOT) kaya binantayan din ang DepEd ang iba pang dumalo rito.
“We are nearing the tail-end of the precautionary home quarantine, and overall we have monitored a small number of participants that were classified as PUIs but there is no link that can be established to the patient from Mandaluyong. We remain hopeful that we will be able to clear the precautionary period without any further incident, in light of the heightened measures we adopted for the NSPC (National Schools Press Conference) and NFOT.
Ang Department of Health umano ang nagsagawa ng contact tracing sa mga nakasalamuha ng pasyente.
Samantala, nag-self quarantine na si Quezon City Rep. Precious Castelo na isa sa dumalo sa special session ng Kamara de Representantes noong Lunes.
“I am doing fine and I have not manifested any symptoms that accompany the disease,” ani Castelo na nagsabi na wala umano siyang naging close contact kay House committee on appropriations chairman Eric Yap na nagpositibo sa COVID-19.
Ang mister naman ni Castelo na si Quezon City Councilor Winnie Castelo ay naka-work from home.
“We thank the frontliners for being away from comfort in saving other people’s lives. Let us all unite in this biggest threat to humanity. With the Lord’s blessings, we will prevail,” ani Rep. Castelo.
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