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GSIS Bacolod requires StaySafe.ph app use

Clients of the Government Service Insurance System in Bacolod City are now required to use the government’s contact tracing application, StaySafe.ph.

“When you are in GSIS, please use the StaySafe.ph app which has been made available to you,” GSIS Bacolod Branch Manager Cecilia Tenaja urged state fund members.

She urged authorized officers, liaison officers, and electronic remittance file handlers of various government agencies in Negros Occidental to follow this new policy.

“Most of our clients are retired government employees and elderly pensioners who are considered as most vulnerable at this time,” Tenaja said.

In a meeting, GSIS Information Technology Services Department Manager Rico Abarintos said that through the application, visitors and employees of GSIS can easily register and report their health status that will enable GSIS to generate a comprehensive contact tracing report.

Abarintos explained that the use of StaySafe.ph is mandated by the Inter-Agency Task Force for the Management of Emerging Infectious Diseases and is also consistent with the pension fund’s continuing efforts to curb the spread of coronavirus disease to make members and pensioners feel safe when they visit the office.

GSIS can be reached at contact center 09288284760 for appointment schedule, PLDT Landline (034) 444-0982 and Globe Landline (034) 704-1832.*

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