More vaccines arrived in Bacolod using Albee’s private jet. The vaccines arrived at Bacolod-Silay Airport yesterday afternoon.
The current active COVID-19 cases in Bacolod and Negros Occidental has almost reached the 1,000 mark after the Department of Health reported 136 new cases.
Airlines forced to cancel their scheduled trips to Bacolod today due to the extension of ECQ in NCR+ and the issuance of travel moratorium for Region 6.
In its Resolution No. 107-A, the IATF said that while Bacolod was classified under MGCQ until the end of April, reclassification of the current quarantine status is possible.
The decision to close resorts in Pta. Taytay and neighboring barangays this Holy Week is part of a stricter regulations imposed by the city to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
According to Mayor Evelio Leonardia this is the highest cases so far after the city manage to significantly lower the case count in February to as low as 34.
In a Facebook post, Rojas confirmed that Robert Jan Torres tested positive. Rojas described Torres as her main man who has played a tremendous role in helping bring home thousands of LSI.
Capitol confirmed that Dr. Zeaphard Gerhart Caelian and his 3 personnel tested positive for the virus. Caelian is now on isolation and remains asymptomatic.