January 4, 2022

Bacolod vax drive resumes

Bacolod’s vaccination drive resumed at the different malls and barangays starting yesterday, Dr. Edwin Miraflor, Jr., officer-in-charge of the City Health Office, said. The schedule ran from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. for mall-based inoculation, he said, adding that the

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Biz permit renewals at mall begins

BY CHRYSEE G. SAMILLANO Business permit renewal and the Business One-Stop-Shop (BOSS) started yesterday at the 4th floor of the Ayala Malls Capitol Central, Bacolod City and will run until January 20. Permits and Licensing Division head Stela Rose Rayos

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Bacolod BHWs federation judged 2nd best

The Bacolod City Barangay Health Workers Federation placed second in the search for the Best Performing Barangay Health Workers Federation in the recently concluded 2021 BHW Performance Based Incentive Awards conducted by the Department of Health Western Visayas-Center for Health

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Orola brings up COVID and ‘Odette’ concerns

Negros Occidental gubernatorial aspirant lawyer John N. Orola Jr., appealed to Negrosanons to maintain alert level status at alert Level 2 and at the same time create feasible modalities/avenues to sustain the economic recovery of the province, a press release

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Our weakness attracts God’s power

That beautiful gospel episode on the multiplication of the loaves (cfr. Mk 6,34-44) clearly shows us that our helplessness in certain situations should not worry us so much. God is always around and knows what to do, though his ways

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Twenty-twenty too?

The New Year has just been rung in and yet, because of the Omicron variant and holiday fueled surge, it feels like 2021 all over again. Whatever gains we made in the fight against COVID-19 throughout the entire year of

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The power of a child

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BY CHRYSEE G. SAMILLANO The Bacolod Sangguniang Panlungsod is urging the National Inter-Agency Task Force in Managing Emerging Infectious Disease (NAITF-MEID) to approve the intention of the Bacolod AITF to include all APORs among those who should submit a negative

Guv insists on RT-PCR test for inbound travelers

BY GILBERT P. BAYORAN Negros Occidental Governor Eugenio Jose Lacson yesterday shot down proposals not requiring inbound travelers negative RT- PCR test results. “Right now, I’d rather be safe and still request a negative RT- PCR. It’s being followed too

Alert Level 3 for Negros Island

BY GILBERT P. BAYORAN The two Negros provinces have been added by the Inter Agency Task Force to areas in the country that were placed under Alert Level 3 due to increasing COVID-19 positive cases. The Department of Health-Western Visayas