Camarines Norte remains free from the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) as of Tuesday. The city was implementing a strict enhanced community quarantine with checkpoints in all entrance and exit borders
Camarines Norte Governor, Edgar Tallado said, “I ordered the uniformed frontliners to fully enforce the screening, especially in detecting the body temperature. This is for the safety of every individual residing in the province.”
He then said that the province has set up a quarantine area at the Labo District Hospital, along with some government buildings that were also being prepared in case there would be coronavirus cases in the province.
Tallado has also praised all the medical frontiners health workers and the local officials for working 24/7 to maintain the province’s zero status from the coronavirus disease.
In addition, the cash assistance from the Social Amelioration Program was already been distributed in the province.
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