NAVAL, Biliran, March 6 (PIA) -- With easing up of the entry and exit protocols in the province in compliance with NIATF Resolution No. 101, Biliran Governor Rogelio J. Espina strongly recommended the strict implementation of the Covid-19 minimum public health standard (MPHS) down to the barangay level.
Governor Espina made the call in a Provincial Inter-Agency Task Force (PIATF) meeting on March 2 with Vice Governor BrigidoCaneja III, Board Members Edgar Igano, Carlos Chan, Allan Paul Tubis and Jerome Arcenal, municipal mayors, municipal health officers (MHOs), municipal local government operations officers (MLGOOs), municipal disaster risk reduction and management officers (MDRRMOs), heads of concerned national government agencies and key members of the PIATF.
“Naoobserbahan ko na medyo hinde mahigpit and implementasyon at pagsunod ng minimum public health standards, lalo na sa mga barangay,” Espina said.
The provincial local chief executive aired his disgust over the report that most of the people in the barangay do not even wear face masks, the very basic protection against Covid-19 virus infection.