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To enhance the performance of contact tracers and the barangay health emergency response teams (BHERTs) of the province, DILG Bataan lead the conduct of the "Orientation on the Guidelines on the Implementation of Alert Levels System for COVID-19 Response" via Zoom platform on November 25, 2021.

This orientation is aimed to provide them the necessary knowledge on the COVID-19 five-level alert system which was piloted in Metro Manila and Region 3 and is now implemented nationwide since November 22.

President Duterte previously approved the nationwide implementation of the Alert Level System with granular lockdowns in areas with high COVID-19 cases to control people's movement in the midst of the pandemic.

DILG Bataan Program Manager Allan Don Malonzo discussed the alert level guidelines particularly on the mobility of people and the allowable establishments and activities under each alert level to boost local economic recovery and reduce the severe cases to safeguard health care capacity.

Under IATF guidelines, alert level systems will cover entire cities or municipalities, which will manage and minimize the spread of infections and each LGU will be classified from Alert Level 1 to Alert Level 5.

Provincial Health Officer Dra. Rossana Buccahan also presented updates on the vaccination program of Bataan and the "Bayanihan, Bakunahan National COVID-19 Vaccination Days" from November 29 to December 1, 2021. The national vaccination days targets to vaccinate 15 million Filipinos across three days as the government moves to boost the country's inoculation rate against the virus.

The online activity which was similarly attended by various barangay officials of the province was also supported by PD Myra Moral-Soriano, Cluster Head Melissa Nipal and LGOO III Danilyn Pena.



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