Mt. Province imposes stricter monitoring measures

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The Mountain Province Provincial Interagency Task Force for COVID-19 has issued an advisory advising residents and visitors from other places abroad or in the Philippines with positive COVID-19 cases to register at designated check points within the province.

The advisory states that all visitors and residents coming from abroad or in the country which has positive COVID-19 case/s are strongly advised to register and duly accomplish Department of Health (DOH) Health Declaration Card at the designated COVID-19 check points situated in four major entry points to the province situated along Sinto, Bauko-Benguet boundary, Tadian-Cervantes boundary, Bontoc-Mt. Polis boundary, and at the Ampawilen, Sadanga-Kalinga boundary.

The advisory also states all persons coming home from places having COVID-19 cases will be considered as persons under monitoring (PUMs) and are advised to voluntary do home quarantine and immediately submit themselves for medical intervention upon the onset of symptoms associated with COVID-19.

Lastly, the Task Forces reminded this advisory is for monitoring purposes, hence, cooperation from everyone is solicited. They also emphasized the becoming responsible citizens of everyone involved.

By: Armando M. Bolislis with reports from PIA-CAR

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