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  Belmonte reminds barangay captains: Strictly enforce GCQ guidelines Quezon City Mayor Joy Belmonte reminded barangay officials to strictly enforce general community quarantine (GCQ) guidelines after clustering and community transmission of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) cases were observed in some areas. On Thursday, Belmonte met separately with barangay captains from all 142 barangays, according to district, to reiterate their responsibility in enforcing national and local GCQ regulations to control the spread of COVID-19.“We have been informed that most of the causes for the spread of COVID-19 cases in areas that were recently placed under special concern lockdown (SCL) were due…
Ayon sa Department of Health, 3622 na ang bilang ng nagpositibong kaso ng #COVID19PH sa lungsod. 3545 dito ang may kumpletong address sa QC. Umabot naman sa 3518 ang kumpirmado ng ating QC Epidemiology and Disease Surveillance Unit (CESU). Dumadaan sa validation ng CESU, health center staff at mga opisyal ng barangay ang datos mula sa DOH para masigurong sila ay residente ng QC. Posibleng magbago pa ang bilang ng mga kaso sa lungsod dahil na rin sa isinasagawang community-based testing. For more updates visit: www.facebook.com/QCGov
  QC halts ops of construction firms, facility for health and safety violations, positive COVID-19 cases   The Quezon City government has immediately ceased activities of seven construction firms and a maintenance service provider facility for health and safety violations and positive cases of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). Department of Building Official (DBO) head Atty. Dale Perral said one of the seven construction sites recorded positive cases of COVID-19. The remaining six firms committed violations of Order No. 39 of the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH), or the safety guidelines for the implementation of infrastructure projects, and the…
  Alinsunod sa LTFRB Memorandum Circular 2020-06, narito ang mga alituntunin para sa muling pagpasada ng mga jeep. Maaaring kunin ang QR Code sa www.ltfrb.gov.ph. Tingnan ang kabuuang impormasyon dito: https://www.facebook.com/1416241841951073/posts/2651325248442720/?d=n Ito ang mga ruta na pinayagan ng LTFRB sa Quezon City simula July 3, 2020: T102 Camarin - Novaliches T205 Cubao - Proj 4 via JP Rizal T206 Cubao- San Juan via N Domingo T208 IBP Road - Lupang Pangako via Gravel Pit Road T210 Patranco- Proj 2 & 3 via Kamuning T211 Proj 2. & 3 - QMart T302 ABonifacio - DTuazon/ERodriguez Ave T312 Balintawak - Frisco T343Quezon…
  Day 2 na ng ating Libreng COVID-19 Screening para sa maliliit na negosyo ng Quezon City hatid ng QC Small Business and Cooperatives Development Promotions Office. Layon nating masigurong ligtas ang pagbabalik operasyon ng mga maliliit na negosyo sa ating lungsod. Ikaw ba ay may maliit na negosyo at nagbabalak magbukas muli? I-click ang link upang irehistro ang sarili at ang mga empleyado: tinyurl.com/QCMSE-CovidScreening #KalingangQCsaNegosyo #QCLabanCOVID19  
Ayon sa Department of Health, 3410 na ang bilang ng nagpositibong kaso ng #COVID19PH sa lungsod. 3333 dito ang may kumpletong address sa QC. Umabot naman sa 3302 ang kumpirmado ng ating QC Epidemiology and Disease Surveillance Unit (CESU). Dumadaan sa validation ng CESU, health center staff at mga opisyal ng barangay ang datos mula sa DOH para masigurong sila ay residente ng QC. Posibleng magbago pa ang bilang ng mga kaso sa lungsod dahil na rin sa isinasagawang community-based testing. For more updates visit: www.facebook.com/QCGov
  Belmonte highlights challenges, accomplishments as she marks first year in office     Mayor Joy Belmonte’s first year at the helm of Quezon City was highlighted by various trials, as well as triumphs for Metro Manila’s largest city. Throughout this, Belmonte said that her administration has never lost track, and remained focused on working for the welfare of her constituents, as well as strengthening businesses and communities. “For the past year, we as a city have had to face many different trials, challenges, and setbacks. But we remain focused, working towards inclusivity, growth, prosperity, and security for our residents,…
  QC tallies 60 percent COVID-19 recovery rate   The Quezon City government has recorded a high recovery rate of 60 percent, proving that its intensified trace-isolate-treat strategy is effective in combating coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). According to Dr. Rolly Cruz, head of the QC-Epidemiology and Surveillance Unit (ESU) of the QC Health Department, the number of recoveries stands at 1,985 among 3,302 cases validated by QC-ESU and District Health Offices as of July 1. “Dahil mabilis nating naisasagawa ang trace-isolate-treat strategy natin, agad nating naaagapan ang mga kaso ng COVID-19 at nabibigyan ng karampatang atensiyon at pag-aalaga,” said Cruz.…
Narito ang listahan ng mga maliliit na negosyong naka-schedule sa unang batch ng ating libreng COVID-19 screening sa July 1 & 2, 2020, mula 9AM hanggang 1PM. Dalhin ang photocopy ng inyong proof of business activity at valid ID ng empleyadong isasama sa COVID19 Screening. Bawal ang naka-shorts at tsinelas. Huwag kalimutang mag-suot ng mask. Magparehistro sa libreng COVID-19 screening ng Quezon City para sa maliliit na negosyo sa link na ito: FREE QC COVID-19 SCREENING FOR MICRO ENTREPRENEURS & ENTERPRISES #KalingangQCsaNegosyo #QCLabanCOVID19
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