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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 from Orola’s office said.

Local government units (LGUs) and private sectors who have not completed their vaccines and booster shots should immediately get schedule for their next shots. Orola further stated that we should not emulate the “poblacion girl” but should remain vigilant, in compliance with COVID protocols, it said.

Orola is proposing to the LGUs to put up COVID Information Alert Center to provide latest updates on the COVID status in the entire province.

ODETTE

Negrosanons especially those who are victims of typhoon Odette are very thankful to different national agencies such as DSWD, and National Housing Authority for providing foodpacks, clothing assistance and housing materials to those affected by typhoon Odette, a press release from Negros Occidental gubernatorial aspirant John Orola Jr., said.

Orola said that “LGUs of Negros Occidental as well as civic organizations and victims of typhoon Odette should monitor the millions of pesos worth of assistance from national agencies such as DSWD and National Housing Authority.”

“Negrosanons should be vigilant and should check all the assistance extended especially the financial assistance given by the provincial government to typhoon victims to make sure that whatever happened to the Yolanda victims will not be repeated to the victims of typhoon Odette”, he added

It is known that the provincial government made statements in various news platforms that millions of pesos of assistance had been received as assistance from different agencies after the typhoon but there are a lot of people who have been affected that are still saying that they did not receive any assistance at all.*

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