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Vax at Ecija RHU suspended after 2 workers catch COVID

September 10, 2021 Jojo C. Magsombol 423 views

GUIMBA, Nueva Ecija – Two of the 13 staff members of the rural health unit III office in this town tested positive of COVID-19 prompting the mayor’s office to temporarily suspend and reset the scheduled vaccination next week.

Mayor Jose “Boyong-Boyong” Dizon announced on their Facebook page that the RHU III office in Bgy. San Andres will be temporarily closed from Sept. 8 until Sept. 12.

“Pansamantala pong ipinasara ng ating mayor ang RHU III sa Bgy. San Andres matapos na magpositibo sa swab antigen ang dalawa nilang kawani. Ito ay upang mapigilan ang pagkalat ng sakit at masigurong ligtas ang pasilidad para sa ating mamamayan,” the town government said in its advisory on Wednesday.

It said the RHU III will reopen on Sept. 13. Those set to be vaccinated on Sept. 8, 9, and 10 are advised that inoculation will resume on Sept. 14.

Earlier, Dizon also ordered a two-day closure of the local water district office on Sept. 6 and 7 after an employee tested positive of the virus during an antigen test. Steve Gosuico

Who killed Nasaria?

POLICE are conducting an in-depth investigation into a woman found bloodied and dead in the comfort room of her house in Nasugbu, Batangas.

Municipal Police Station chief Maj. Mark Jason Gatdula identified the victim as Nasaria Abellera of Sitio Panain, Bgy. Butucan, Nasugbu.

The victim’s brother told the police that they found the lifeless body of Nasaria when they visited her at 1 p.m. on Wednesday.

The brother said they saw traces of blood from the kitchen going to the restroom.

Nasaria sustained an injury in the head, in indication she was hit by a hard object, police said.

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