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New! SAP Distribution In CSF Completed [ Monday | 18th day of January, 2021 | 5 hrs ago ]


City Social Welfare and Development (CSWD) Officer Aileen Villanueva reported that the distribution of Social Amelioration Subsidy in the City of San Fernando is now 100% completed. 


“As of May 4, 2020, 100% percent
complete na po tayo,”
said Villanueva.



It
can be recalled that CSF was the first local government unit (LGU) in the whole
province who have distributed the said subsidy which was started last April 12.



Through
the efforts of the CSWD together with the Department of Social Welfare and
Development (DSWD), the local government ensured that the 37,098 allotment of
the city will be systematically distributed on or before the deadline which is
on May 10.



Villanueva
said that, at the end of the April, the city had already completed the
distribution to its 35 barangays but did an extension to some barangays who
have large number of population and to accommodate the replacements which was
completed on May 4.



Despite
the challenges, the local government wants to extend its gratitude to the
national government for providing assistance to the public which is beneficial
to Fernandinos.



“Gusto natin
pasalamatan yung DILG (Department of the Interior and Local Government), of
course DSWD, at sa lahat ng mga NGAs and departments ng city na naging involved
dito. Bumuo kasi tayo ng encoding team upang organisado at sistematiko yung
ating pamamahagi,” 
Villanueva added.



 


New! CSF Releases Guidelines For ‘back-to-work’ Setup For Essential Workers [ Monday | 18th day of January, 2021 | 5 hrs ago ]


Concrete plans for workers.


This
is the main objective of the local government unit of San Fernando in
preparation for back-to-work setup of the essential workers either during an enhanced
community quarantine or the more lenient general community quarantine.



As the coronavirus disease or COVID-19 continues
its spread all over the world, the capital city assures that its infection
control measures are being strictly implemented for the welfare of the
Fernandinos.



Earlier today, Dr. Renely Tungol, Incident Commander and City Infectious
Disease Coordinator, held an orientation regarding the guidelines and protocols
for employees who will resume work.



This was attended by the chairmen of the 35 barangays of the capital city.



The Department of Trade and Industry released a detailed list of sectors
allowed to operate during ECQ and GCQ including the essential sectors,
agriculture and export services.



(Visit this link for the list of sectors allowed:
https://newsinfo.inquirer.net/1266066/list-businesses-allowed-to-operate-in-areas-under-ecq-and-gcq).



One of the local government’s ways for a systematic and organized
implementation of the plan is to provide work pass for individuals qualified to
return to work.



According to Tungol, workers residing and currently working in the city will
undergo check-up in their respective health centers to assure they are fit to
work and have no symptoms of COVID-19.



This will be certified by the health workers.



The work pass will be valid for seven days only. Every week, workers must go to
the health centers to renew their pass by undergoing the same procedures.



Non-residents working within the city can avail of their work pass at the
city’s Triage Facility and will undergo check-up and assessment by answering
the COVID-19 Self Assessment.



Residents of the city who work in another town, meanwhile, should get their
work pass from the local government unit where the companies they work for are
located.





Tungol ascertained that the local government will remain vigilant in monitoring
the cases of COVID-19 and the overall status of the capital city to ensure the
safety of every Fernandino. 


New! CSF Steadfast In Completing Facility For PUIs [ Monday | 18th day of January, 2021 | 5 hrs ago ]


The City Government of San Fernando is just a few steps closer in completing its own health care facility which will cater to Persons Under Investigation (PUIs) in the City.


In
an inspection done by the City Health Office on March 30, 2020, it was seen
that the City Engineer’s Office has already installed beds and electric fans in
the isolation rooms and is just set to install a better proper ventilation
system.



The
CEO is currently looking into several options in order to provide better airways
in the area – including the provision of air conditioning units.



Apart
from the beds, the facility is also now provided with cleaning and disinfecting
materials which will be utilized by the patients and their attending personnel.



It
can be recalled that the CEO also said the facility can house up to more than
20 patients while City Infectious Cluster Program Manager and Incident
Commander of Incident Management Team Dr. Renely Tungol assured the public that
the City has an adequate number of medical personnel who will be taking care of
the patients.



Tungol
added that tapping of the City Government’s previous health scholars is also
part of the plan.



During
the first phase of the construction, Mayor Edwin “EdSa” Santiago said that the
construction of a health care facility is the City’s response to the call of
the possible rise of the number of cases in the City.



Through
this, Santiago said it will ease the challenge of the hospitals, even of the
barangays in the city in handling COVID-19-related cases.



“Ngayong
nasa lugar na natin ang COVID-19, ang dapat nating gawin ay putulin o bawasan
ang pagkalat nito. Pagkatapos ng maiging pagpaplano, ito na ang ating aksyon –
ang pagpapagawa ng sarili nating health care facilities,” he said.



The
facility is targeted to be operational any day this week.



As
of this writing, San Fernando has recorded a total number of 37 PUIs. This data
was acquired through Mapping in every household in all the barangays in the
city, through interviews.



The
confinement of PUIs in the said health care facility, alongside the Diosdado P.
Macapagal Memorial Hospital in Guagua and its central clinic facility in two
locations in the City, will be considered as the second phase of the Mapping.


New! PNP-SF Arrests Robbery Suspect; Warns Public To Refrain From Doing Illegal Acts [ Monday | 18th day of January, 2021 | 5 hrs ago ]


The City of San Fernando, Pampanga Police has called on the public to stop from doing illegal activities that are against the law, especially that the City is currently facing a health crisis.


The
PNP San Fernando, led by PLTCOL. Paul Gamido, warned the public that the
agency’s full efforts in supporting the imposed Enhanced Community Quarantine
will not compromise its duty to protect the public from unwanted incidents.



”The
City of San Fernando Police, while adamant in implementing the Enhanced
Community Quarantine, are ready to respond to any call for police assistance in
order to ensure public safety and security within the entire city,” remarked
the agency in a statement.



This,
after it arrested a suspect from Sampaloc, Barangay Dolores, dawn of March 26,
2020,for Robbery Break-in and Acts of Lasciviousness with Physical Injuries.



In
a report released by the agency, it indicated that the suspect made his way
inside the house of the victim by climbing at the back portion of the house and
entered at the open door of the house’s third floor.



It
added that a number of gadgets worth P40,000.00 and a wallet containing cash
amounting to P4,000.00 were stolen by the suspect.



The
police successfully recovered the stolen items upon the arrest of the said
suspect, which PNP said a result of a timely reporting from the victim and a
swift response from their personnel.



Following
this incident, the PNP San Fernando encouraged every Fernandino to be vigilant
and protective of their belongings and properties, especially now that people
are experiencing challenges in financial and related aspects.



It
also urged the public to actively report to their office any untoward incident
caused to them or to their loved ones.



Currently,
the PNP San Fernando is part of the City’s Incident Management Team’s Task
Force Groundzero, Task Force Sita, Task Force Border Control, and Strike Team
Patrol – four groups which responsibilities focus on maintaining peace and
order around the city, amidst the Enhanced Community Quarantine imposition.



 


New! CSF Conducts Mapping To Monitor, Manage PUMs, PUIs [ Monday | 18th day of January, 2021 | 6 hrs ago ]


City of San Fernando is currently working on all possible ways to fight the further spread of 2019 coronavirus disease (COVID-19) and one of these ways is through mapping by City health workers. 


This
has been helping the City acquire an accurate data of individuals who might be
declared as Persons Under Monitoring (PUMs) and Persons Under Investigation
(PUIs), and handle them properly.



According
to Dr. Renely Tungol, City Infectious Cluster Program Manager, this activity
has been implemented since the national government’s declaration of the
Enhanced Community Quarantine in Luzon on March 16, 2020.



“’Yung
Enhanced Community Quarantine, isa siyang tamang pagkakataon para mas
makapag-strategize at makapag-plano tayo ng measures para labanan ang lalong
pagkalat ng COVID-19 at isa na dito ang mapping. Ito yung paraan natin para
lalo nating ma-detect ang bilang ng PUMs at PUIs natin at para mabigyan sila ng
karampatang serbisyo,” Tungol said.



The
mapping is done through the conduct of interviews in every household in all the
barangays about the condition and travel history of their household members and
for the City Government to check if the Fernandinos are complying with the home
quarantine directive.



Tungol
imparted that the health workers have been working every day to conduct the
mapping and deliver reports to Rural Health Units on the number of PUMs and
PUIs in the city.



Meanwhile,
the City is now also preparing for the next part after the mapping is done—the
re-examination of the PUMs and PUIs who could possibly undergo a confinement
for further medication.



Tungol
explained that San Fernando will also be tapping Diosdado P. Macapagal Memorial
Hospital in Guagua for the confinement of Fernandino PUIs with mild symptoms,
while, the City has prepared two facilities for low-risk and high-risk PUIs,
respectively.



The
City Health Office also assured that the deployed health care workers are
provided with Personal Protective Equipment (PPEs) while doing their duties and
are strictly complying with physical distancing measure.



As
of this writing, the mapping activity is continuous and is expected to be done
before the week ends.



 


New! Mayor EdSa Releases EO On COVID-19; Issues Prevention, Mitigation Measures Against The Disease [ Monday | 18th day of January, 2021 | 6 hrs ago ]


Mayor Edwin “EdSa” Santiago has made an assurance to Fernandinos that the City of San Fernando is taking every step to be prepared for the possible spread of 2019 Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in the City.


This,
as he officially released an Executive Order on March 13, 2020 to intensify
CSF’s mitigation measures to prevent and control the spread of the disease,
being the local chief executive and Chairperson of the City Disaster Risk
Reduction and Management Council (CDRRMC).



The
said measures covered all the concerned sectors of the society which include
the academe, organizers of mass gatherings and/or events, health care and
public facilities, business community, sectoral groups, barangays, employees of
the Local Government Unit, and the transacting clients.



The
measures are also aligned with the guidelines of President Rodrigo Duterte
under his declaration of State of Public Health Emergency, which included the
order to all government agencies and local government units to “cooperate and
mobilize necessary resources to combat the said virus.”



CANCELLATION OF
CLASSES, MASS GATHERINGS/EVENTS



For
the academe part, Santiago has already directed the schools to implement an
“alternative mode of learning” amidst the suspension of classes, school events
and activities, starting on Monday, March 16 up to April 13 but may be extended
until further notice.



Likewise
for event organizers, they were directed to adopt the Infectious Disease
Control Plan which advises them to cancel gatherings and events with a huge
number of attendees.



PROVISION OF HEALTH
FACILITIES FOR POSSIBLE PUIS



The
EO also stated that San Fernando is prepared for a possible register of a
Person Under Investigation (PUI) in the City, citing that it will provide
Health Care Facilities at the newly-built City Civic Center which will be
handled by its health workers and other medical/rescue personnel.



Along
with this is the identification of additional temporary quarantine sites and
the continuous provision of efficient utility services such as power and water
supply, internet, and telecommunications.



 



 



ADDRESSING PRICE
RANGES, DISINFECTION CONCERNS



As
part of its infection control measures and preparations, the public facilities,
including schools, places of business, transportation and terminals, malls and
markets, barangays, among others, were also directed to strictly implement
basic ways to safeguard cleanliness such as clean-up drives, disinfection, and
proper waste disposal.



Addressing
the concerns of consumers on the rising of price ranges among the commodities
and as recommended by the Department of Trade and Industry, the City has
ordered the Local Price Coordinating Council to actively monitor the price and
quantity of commodities especially disinfectants, alcohol, and face masks.



CONDUCT OF A RELIEF
DISTRIBUTION IN CASE OF A BARANGAY OR CITYWIDE SCALE COMMUNITY QUARANTINE



A
Relief Distribution Team will also be part of providing services to the
community, particularly to possible indigent PUMs and PUIs, in case a Community
Quarantine will be declared in a barangay or citywide scale.



But,
the City Government will be more steadfast in making ways to prevent community
quarantine from occurring, including its encouragement to household members to
prepare and secure their own emergency food and non-food kits good for two weeks.



It
is encouraging all sectors, especially Persons with disabilities, Senior
Citizens, Solo Parents, and women’s groups to conduct their respective
education drives for them to be familiar with vital information about the
disease.



Reports
about the arrivals and monitoring of individuals and groups in each of the
city’s barangays shall also be submitted by the Barangay Officials to the
Department of the Interior and Local Government and the City Government.



CSF-LGU’S WORKFORCE
PARTICIPATION



Following
the mandate of Civil Service Commission, the City Government will be adopting,
starting on March 16, a four-day work week schedule. Hence, the public is
advised to make transactions with the offices from Monday to Thursday, 7:00 AM
to 7:00 PM, except for those involved in health services, disaster
preparedness, and peace and order.



Moreover,
government processes, including the payment of business permits, will be done
through online transactions. The delivery of the permits will meanwhile be
performed through a door-to-door delivery.



 



SAN FERNANDO IS
PREPARED, EQUIPPED IN FINANCIAL, EDUCATIONAL ASPECTS



With
all these, the City Government is prepared in meeting the financial demands of
the measures as it is able to utilize the Quick Response Fund under the Calamity
Fund, in case the city will declare a state of calamity.



According
to Santiago, San Fernando will focus on funding COVID-19 related measures more
than its other projects.



The
City Information Office and its partner agencies will also be steadfast in providing
factual and timely updates on the COVID-19 among the people in San Fernando and
nearby towns and cities.



The
guidelines will also be reviewed and updated every two weeks or as often as
necessary, as also declared on the order.



“PAMISASANMETUNG” AND
“PAMAKYABE”



As
Santiago has set measures for its fight against the disease, the Fernandinos
are highly encouraged to participate and become united, as these actions will
help remain San Fernando free of COVID-19 and other emerging infectious
diseases.


New! CSF, Prime Water Install Hand Washing Facility In Old Public Market [ Monday | 18th day of January, 2021 | 6 hrs ago ]


The City Government of San Fernando partnered with City of San Fernando Water District and PrimeWater San Fernando for the installation of hand washing stations in Old Public Market in Barangay Sto. Rosario.


Five
units of hand washing lavatories are now installed in entrance and exit points
of the market and are used by the market-goers before entering and leaving the
market’s premises.



According
to Dunn Patrick Imana, Chief of the City Health Office-Environmental Health and
Sanitation Division and part of the City’s Task Force Water, Sanitation, and
Hygiene (WASH), this project was in compliance with the recommendations to
practice hand washing especially the occurrence of the COVID-19 pandemic.



“Isa
sa mga recommendations ng World Health Organization and Department of Health ay
ang best remedy to prevent yung infection ng COVID-19 is yung madalas na
paghuhugas ng kamay.  Kaya tayo sa TF
WASH, nakipag-tie up kaagad tayo sa private sectors para makapag-install tayo
ng hand washing facilities,” said Imana.



Imana
shared that the installation of facilities were sponsored by the water district
while the provision of tents and liquid soaps were covered by the City Government.
The Barangay Council will meanwhile handle the monitoring of facilities and the
provision of supplemental soaps.



Apart
from Old Public Market, the installation of hand washing facilities in New
Public Market are now underway and Imana has called on other partners for their
assistance to provide more similar facilities to other public areas.



“Ang
target natin ng completion ng facilities sa New Public Market is by next week
but we are also calling the help of the other sectors na sana po ay makapag-sponsor
din sila ng hand washing facilities para sa iba pang public areas,” Imana
shared.



The
WHO has recommended its members states to “improve hand hygiene practices” to
help prevent the transmission of COVID-19 through a provision of hand hygiene
stations in any public or private commercial areas.



Currently,
the City is also implementing a “No Home Quarantine Pass, No Face Mask, No
Entry” policy in the two public markets to ensure the safety of the
market-goers and vendors.


New! CSF Begins Triage, X-ray Procedures To Fernandinos [ Monday | 18th day of January, 2021 | 6 hrs ago ]


The City Government of San Fernando formally opened its Central Screening Facilities on April 16, 2020 to provide medical assistance to Fernandinos, in light with the on-going drive of the City in combatting coronavirus disease or COVID-19.


The
facilities, located in Barangays Sto. Niño and Malpitic, are providing free
medical consultation and X-Ray procedures to the residents, through the joint
efforts of the City Health Office, Department of Health Region 3, and a private
radiology firm.

According
to Dr. Maria Roselle Mallari, one of CSF’s physicians and who is currently the
team leader of the area in Sto. Niño, the conduct of these activities aims to
aid the City’s surveillance efforts for individuals who could possibly undergo
further treatments as “suspects” for the disease.

“Ang
objective natin sa X-Ray procedure ay ma-catch natin at an early stage yung
possible individuals na suspects for COVID-19 at yung mga non-suspects naman na
mayroong pulmonary problems. The release of the results will take up to 24-48
hours,” she said.

Individuals
with findings should be referred to different facilities depending on the
results: hospitals for those who have Pneumonia and Pneumothorax; Isolation
areas for those with Acute Bronchitis; and, referral to TB-DOTS for those with
Tuberculosis.

Open
to Fernandinos whose ages range from five years old and above, the X-Ray
services will be held three times in each screening facility and is expected to
be completed in May, with target 200 patients during each session.

Mallari
added that people who wish to enter the borders of San Fernando are also
invited to the area to undergo interview and check-up prior to the mandatory
14-day quarantine, whether at their homes or at the City’s isolation areas,
depending on the case.

The
five Rural Health Units in the City are also continuous on their operations to
provide check-ups to the Fernandino constituents.

As
the testing activities of San Fernando is set to be realized in the coming
weeks, this measure will help the City identify individuals who will be
prioritized for the testing.

















On
April 14, a memorandum of agreement (MOA) was already signed between the City
Government and Green City Medical Center as it seeks to establish a partnership between the LGU and the hospital to immediately
begin massive testing activities in an effort to minimize and, hopefully,
drastically reduce cases or COVID-19 infections within San Fernando.


New! CSF PNP Patrols For A Strict Implementation Of ECQ Protocols [ Monday | 18th day of January, 2021 | 7 hrs ago ]


San Fernando Police Station, supervised by PLTCOL Paul Y. Gamido, Chief of Police conducted patrolling and inspection at the old and new public markets in the city, April 15, 2020. 


The regular Oplan Tambuli and foot patrol are
to remind and advise the market goers of the existing Enhanced Community
Quarantine (ECQ) protocols including its precautionary measures and infection
control policy.



Using a mega phone, the chief of police mandated
the market vendors and consumers to wear their face masks, and observe physical
distancing.



They were also asked to present their
quarantine pass, and required to wash their hands in the provided hand washing
area in the entry and exit point of the markets.



The PNP do not allow senior citizens, pregnant
women, and Persons With Disability (PWD) to enter the markets to avoid their
exposure and risk as they were identified vulnerable to the Coronavirus disease.



Gamido appealed to Fernandinos who kept on
going out without official business outside to follow the ECQ protocols to
avoid detention and possible fines.



“Nakikiusap ang CSFP police station na sana
sumunod na tayo sa ECQ protocols kasi kung continuous ang pag violate ng mga
Fernandinos, malamang tuloy tuloy pa rin na ipapatupad natin yung ECQ at tuloy
tuloy ang paghuhuli natin sa sino mang lumabag sa pinaiiral na ECQ protocols
and policies,” he said.



The PNP chief also assured the security and
welfare of Fernandinos who are at home and at work.



The “Bantay Bayan” in every barangay along with
the policemen are doing regular patrols to prevent other illegal crimes and
activities in the city such as theft, gambling and liquor ban and anti-drug
violations. 



“For the week may nahuli tayong 4 na illegal
drug personalities. Kahapon lang nakahuli tayo ng 21 na violators ng PD 1602 o
anti-gambling law. Last 3 days ago, sabungan naman yung sinugod natin,” Gamido
added.



To this date, the PNP has apprehended a total
of 1, 326 ECQ protocols’ violators.



Therefore, the City Public Order and Safety
Coordinating Office (CPOSCO) headed by Louie Clemente is also hand in hand with
the PNP as implementer of the ECQ protocols and the peace and order in the
community. 



Cristina Sangumay, City Agriculture and Veterinary
Officer; Mila Rivera, City Market Operations Division Supervisor; Joseph Garcia,
Business and License Permit Division Officer;
CSFP Fire Marshal Chief Inspector
Roderick Marquez; Barangay Del
Pilar Captain Jerry Canlas; and Barangay Sto. Rosario Captain Jesus Liang also
participated in the said inspection to support the programs and policies of the
Local Government Unit (LGU). 


New! CSF Cites Mitigation, Suppression Steps Against COVID-19 [ Monday | 18th day of January, 2021 | 7 hrs ago ]


The City Government of San Fernando vowed to stretch all the mitigation and suppression steps as its fight against the further spread of the coronavirus disease or COVID-19 continues. This was mentioned during a meeting of members of the City Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (CDRRMC) on April 7, 2020 at Heroes Hall. 


Dr.
Renely Tungol, Incident Commander of the CSFP Emergency Operations Center’s
Incident Management Team, explained that while the city is planning for the
suppression of the disease, it is still currently mitigating the threats
brought by the disease.

Several
mitigation steps mentioned by Tungol were the mapping activities, capacity
building for health workers, construction of triage and isolation facilities,
disinfection activities to barangays and major areas, and tapping of facilities
for the testing activities, among others.

Now
that these are implemented, the City is working on ways to suppress the
disease’s threats.

STRENGTHENING
INFECTION CONTROL POLICY

Topping
the list is the strengthening of the Infection Control Policy, which includes
the launching of a Health Declaration/Self-Assessment form to be filled-out by
Fernandinos to help the City Health Office fast track identification of
possible Persons Under Monitoring (PUMs) and Persons Under Investigations
(PUIs).

The
City is also adapting the directive of the country’s Inter-Agency Task Force
for the Management of Emerging Infectious Diseases on the mandatory wearing of
face masks while thermal scanning on the city’s border control will still
continue.

MANDATORY QUARANTINE
FOR PUMs, PUIs

Along
with its stricter border control and quarantine policies, all Fernandinos who
wish to go back to San Fernando coming from places with confirmed cases will be
undergoing a 14-day isolation at home or at the City’s isolation rooms,
depending on the patient’s case.

This
move aims to minimize the possible spread of the virus in the community level.

EXPANSION OF TASK
FORCES

The
City Government has created additional task forces to handle the mentioned
emerging and future plans and these include the Task Force Testing Center, Task
Force Isolation Facilities, and Task Force Barangay.























The
said teams will be composed of different CSF-LGU offices and attached agencies

MAXIMIZING ALL POSSIBLE
RESOURCES

With
all these mentioned, Mayor Edwin “EdSa” Santiago vowed to maximize all possible
resources as the national government extended the Enhanced Community Quarantine
until April 30. In terms of financial and manpower aspects, Santiago said the
City Government will continuously speak with its partner agencies while the
local government is working.

“We
will stretch and maximize our resources depende sa panahon. Ipagpapatuloy natin
ang ating trabaho sa lokal na pamahalaan at patuloy tayong makikipag-tulungan
sa iba’t-ibang ahensyang ating katuwang, lalo na’t ayon sa kasalukuyang
sitwasyon, pinalawig ng ating pamahalaan ang Enhanced Community Quarantine,” he
said. 





 


New! CSF Cites Mitigation, Suppression Steps Against COVID-19 [ Monday | 18th day of January, 2021 | 7 hrs ago ]


The City Government of San Fernando vowed to stretch all the mitigation and suppression steps as its fight against the further spread of the coronavirus disease or COVID-19 continues. This was mentioned during a meeting of members of the City Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (CDRRMC) on April 7, 2020 at Heroes Hall. 


Dr.
Renely Tungol, Incident Commander of the CSFP Emergency Operations Center’s
Incident Management Team, explained that while the city is planning for the
suppression of the disease, it is still currently mitigating the threats
brought by the disease.

Several
mitigation steps mentioned by Tungol were the mapping activities, capacity
building for health workers, construction of triage and isolation facilities,
disinfection activities to barangays and major areas, and tapping of facilities
for the testing activities, among others.

Now
that these are implemented, the City is working on ways to suppress the
disease’s threats.

STRENGTHENING
INFECTION CONTROL POLICY

Topping
the list is the strengthening of the Infection Control Policy, which includes
the launching of a Health Declaration/Self-Assessment form to be filled-out by
Fernandinos to help the City Health Office fast track identification of
possible Persons Under Monitoring (PUMs) and Persons Under Investigations
(PUIs).

The
City is also adapting the directive of the country’s Inter-Agency Task Force
for the Management of Emerging Infectious Diseases on the mandatory wearing of
face masks while thermal scanning on the city’s border control will still
continue.

MANDATORY QUARANTINE
FOR PUMs, PUIs

Along
with its stricter border control and quarantine policies, all Fernandinos who
wish to go back to San Fernando coming from places with confirmed cases will be
undergoing a 14-day isolation at home or at the City’s isolation rooms,
depending on the patient’s case.

This
move aims to minimize the possible spread of the virus in the community level.

EXPANSION OF TASK
FORCES

The
City Government has created additional task forces to handle the mentioned
emerging and future plans and these include the Task Force Testing Center, Task
Force Isolation Facilities, and Task Force Barangay.























The
said teams will be composed of different CSF-LGU offices and attached agencies

MAXIMIZING ALL POSSIBLE
RESOURCES

With
all these mentioned, Mayor Edwin “EdSa” Santiago vowed to maximize all possible
resources as the national government extended the Enhanced Community Quarantine
until April 30. In terms of financial and manpower aspects, Santiago said the
City Government will continuously speak with its partner agencies while the
local government is working.

“We
will stretch and maximize our resources depende sa panahon. Ipagpapatuloy natin
ang ating trabaho sa lokal na pamahalaan at patuloy tayong makikipag-tulungan
sa iba’t-ibang ahensyang ating katuwang, lalo na’t ayon sa kasalukuyang
sitwasyon, pinalawig ng ating pamahalaan ang Enhanced Community Quarantine,” he
said. 





 


[ Monday | 22nd day of June, 2020 | 7 months ago ]


The City of San Fernando now implements the approved Ordinance on REAL PROPERTY TAX AMNESTY ON INTERESTS, PENALTIES &/OR SURCHARGES for those with delinquencies for CY 2019 & prior years. The City Treasurer's office will accept settlement and payment until December 31, 2020 only. Advance payment of RPT or amilyar of CY2021 is encouraged to avail of higher discounts deadline is until NOVEMBER 30,2020 only. For inquiries, email CTO @ treasury.sanfernando@gmail.com

The City of San Fernando now implements the approved Ordinance on REAL PROPERTY TAX AMNESTY
ON INTERESTS, PENALTIES &/OR SURCHARGES for those with delinquencies for CY 2019 & prior years.

The City Treasurer's office will accept settlement and payment until December 31, 2020 only.

Advance payment of RPT or amilyar of CY2021 is encouraged to avail of higher discounts deadline is until
NOVEMBER 30,2020 only.

For inquiries, email CTO @ treasury.sanfernando@gmail.com

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