Tiniyak ng DILG Pampanga ang kahandaan ng bayan ng Magalang na tumanggap at magbigay ng serbisyo sa kanilang mamamyan na mag-popositobo sa COVID-19 virus sa isinagawang inspeksyon ng kanilang Municipal Isolation Facilities.
Pinangunahan nina LGOO VII Lydia Baltazar, Cluster Team Leader at LGOO VI Jacqueline R. Tallada, MLGOO ang isinagawang inspeksyon. Mayroong dalawang nakahandang pasilidad ang bayan ng Magalang na matatagpuan sa barangay San Isidro na kayang tumanggap ng sampung (10) pasyente at sa kanilang Municipal Gymnasium na kayang tumanggap ng aabot sa 52 katao. Ang mga pasilidad na ito ay mayroong maayos na higaan, bentelasyon, malinis na palikuran at nakahandang pagkain.
Ayon sa kanilang MHO, ang isang mamamayan na magpopositibo ay maaaring tumawag at makipagugnayan sa pamunuan ng barangay na ipagbibigay alam sa kanila upang sunduin ng kanilang ambulansya. Ang mga pasyenteng asymptomatic ay dadalhin sa mga nasabing isolation facilities, habang ang mga kasong severe naman ay agarang ipapadala sa mga pagagumutan.
Ang DILG Pampanga ay patuloy na magsasagawa ng mga katulad na inspeksyon upang masigurado ang kahaandaan ng mga bayan at siyudad sa pagtugon lalo na sa inaasahang pagbugso ng bilang ng mga mahahawa ng nasabing virus dulot ng bagong variant.

 

DILG Pampanga personnel set aside whatever they were doing and proceeded to duck, cover and hold to simulate preparedness and response during an earthquake as part of the First Quarter Nationwide Simultaneous Earthquake Drill.

The simulation exercise is a regular activity of the Provincial Office in support of the national advocacy to enhance community preparedness against earthquake and other disasters. It also reinforces the need to build resilience, increase public awareness and reduce the impact of disasters including injuries and casualties through proper preparatory actions and emergency response plans.

During the debriefing, the importance of presence of mind was reiterated as well as knowing what to do and where to go in case of an earthquake as this could save lives of people.

The Province of Pampanga steers towards more collaborative and concerted efforts in the implementation of Peace and Order programs in the province as discussed during the 1st Quarter Joint Pampanga Provincial Peace and Order and Anti-Drug Abuse Council (PPOC-PADAC) Meeting last February 26.
Central in the discussion was the ongoing drug clearing efforts in the province where the PG Pampanga aims to achieve 100% drug cleared barangays by the end of the year.
The regular monitoring of armed groups in the province was also mentioned, with Gov. Dennis G. Pineda directing law enforcement agencies such as the PNP, PDEA, NBI and AFP to maintain coordination to ensure that the province remains peaceful and insurgency-free especially with the upcoming National elections.
Other topics that were discussed in the meeting were the Peace and Order situation in the province, Internal Security and Threats, updates on the Provincial Localized Peace Engagement sector and the status of jail facilities in Pampanga.

REGIONAL DIRECTOR'S MESSAGE

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ASSISTANT REGIONAL DIRECTOR'S MESSAGE

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