PLGU workers urged to exercise utmost discipline vs COVID-19

LAGAWE, Ifugao, April 15 (PIA) - - Employees and officials of the Ifugao provincial government are told to exercise utmost discipline in the implementation of the minimum health protocols to help contain the spread of the COVID-19 virus.

“We are reiterating the stringent implementation of minimum health protocols at all times such as hand washing and disinfection, wearing of face masks/shield, physical distancing, submission to the taking of body temperature and practicing proper coughing etiquettes,” Governor Jerry Dalipog said.

 “We heal in unity, we fight in unity and we act in unity for our life, family, loved ones, neighbors and the community as a whole”, he enjoined.

The Governor pointed out   the devastating reality that the COVID-19 has caused the overwhelming of hospitals and isolation facilities and has already claimed many lives, with some in the province.   

Governor Jerry Dalipog enjoins employees and officials of the provincial government to exercise utmost discipline in the implementation of the minimum health protocols to help contain the spread of the COVID-19 virus. (MBL, PIA CAR, Ifugao)

He said he deeply mourns and condoles with the bereaved families who lost a loved one because of the dreaded virus and earnestly prays for the fast recovery of all those infected.

Dalipog has directed all employees of the provincial capitol who had close contact with COVID-19 positive cases   especially those who underwent Reverse Transcription-Polymerase Chain Reaction test to immediately isolate themselves for observation and monitoring.

Regardless of the test results, the 14-day quarantine period shall be strictly completed. Employees must notify their direct supervisor and the Human Resource Office.

 “Let everyone be fully aware that strict self-discipline will save your life, family, loved one, neighbors and the community as a whole. With collective strict self-discipline and with the protection of God, not another precious life will be wasted by the virus,” the Governor stressed.

With the rising cases in the provinces  especially in the capital town, the PLGU is presently on a work-from-home arrangement and skeleton workforce -mode in order not to hamper delivery of needed services to the people. (JDP/MBL-PIA CAR, Ifugao)

 

 



Source: Philippines Information Agency (pia.gov.ph)

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