Resolution issued by Regional Inter-Agency Task Force for the Management of Emerging Infectious Diseases on the suspension of the arrival of LSIs going to the Province of Negros Occidental on December 24, 25, 31, 2020 and January 1, 2021.
The government’s Hatid Tulong Program brought home 16 Negrenses LSIs from Cebu, earlier today. They were brought to the Silay City Healing Facility for health protocols and will be turned over to their respective LGUs
2GO vessel, St. Michael docked at the BREDCO Port in Bacolod City yesterday, August 24, 2020. On board were 199 LSIs, 12 APOR, and two OFWs from Manila. All were swabbed upon port arrival and thereafter endorsed to their respective LGUs for local health protocols and quarantine.
A total of 319 Negrense ROFs or Returning Overseas Filipinos arrived in the province via PAL and Air Asia Sweeper Flights today. They were all sent to hotels in Bacolod City for quarantine and swab testing through the Negros Occidental Provincial Incident Management Team. The flights were facilitated by OWWA and National IATF.
The Provincial Government of Negros Occidental delivered hundreds of food packs to stranded Negrenses at Tabuelan Port in Cebu around 9 p.m., facilitated by the Provincial Incident Management Team, led by Incident Commander, Dr. Zeaphard Caelian, through the directive of Governor Bong Lacson.
A total of 111 repatriated Negrense OFWs arrived in the province via PAL and Air Asia Sweeper Flights from Manila, August 7 and 10, 2020, facilitated by OWWA and national IATF. All were swabbed for COVID-19 testing and quarantined at different hotels in Bacolod City.
A total of 91 LSIs from the different towns and cities of province, who have been stranded at Tabuelan Port in Cebu, were brought to the Cadiz Healing, today. This operation was organized by the Negros Occidental Provincial Incident Management Team.
The National Task Force Against COVID-19 suspends the repatriation of LSIs and ROFs to Neg. Occ., Bacolod City and Iloilo City for 14 days starting Aug. 8, 2020.