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HEALTH

N. Cotabato dengue cases on the rise

KIDAPAWAN CITY -The Integrated Provincial Health Office (IPHO) in North Cotabato has recorded from first until second quarter of this year a 50 percent increase of dengue cases as compared to last year of the same period. IPHO-Cotabato chief Dr. Eva Rabaya said that based on their monitoring, the cases numbered to 1,000, some 50 percent increase as compared to last year. In 2014, it recorded 595 cases. Of the 17 towns and a city in North Cotabato, Midsayap has the most number of dengue cases second is Kidapawan City and third, Tulunan.

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BFAR advisory affects marine products sales in Kidapawan

KIDAPAWAN CITY - Marine products vendorsin Kidapawan City mega market have been complaining of low sales after a government agency regulating marine products warned the public against eating shell fish.Sea shells displayed at the city market were from Barangay Mati, Digos City and inDavao del Sur coastal towns.The Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR) reported that the coastal villages of Davao del Sur could be contaminated with red tide.But vendors said no complained about red tide contaminated marine products have been raised. The BFAR also have not received complaints.

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Cotabato City lawmaker eyes new physical fitness site for Cotabatenios

COTABATO CITY - City Councilor Mohammad Ali Bruce Matabalao has filed a proposed ordinancedesignating portions of the Sinsuat Avenue as physical fitness area for joggers, health enthusiasts and to promote better health for Cotabatenios.Matabalao, a sports enthusiast, file the proposed ordinance on Monday. It is entitled An ordinance designating 4 a.m. to 6:30 a.m. on Saturdays and Sundays as physical fitness hours and authorizing the closure of a portion of Sinsuat Avenue, particularly from corner Quezon Avenue to corner Sousa Street.

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DOE extends medical help to Makilala health station

MAKILALA,
North Cotabato – The health station of Barangay Batasan here
have received essential medical equipment and assorted medicine from the
Department of Energy (DOE), officials said today.
The
medical equipment consisting of examination table, doopler, delivery cart,
delivery table, sterilizer, stainless dressing carts, dressing tray and many
others were donated by the DOE Reforestation Watershed Management, Health and
Environment Enhancement Fund (RWMHEEF).
Aside

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PDEA-ARMM torched illegal drugs, shabu

COTABATO CITY - Officials of the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency in the Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (PDEA-ARMM) were destroyed by burning in Cotabato City Tuesday, officials said.The burning was witnessed by local officials and the media.More than P6 million worth of dangerous drugs and methamphetamine hydrochloride were destroyed byfireDirector Felimon Ruiz of PDEA-ARMM said the destroyed stuffs include shabu, expired drugs and marijuana joints seized during various operations in the city and Maguindanao.He said these items, torched under the destruction of

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199 new cases of COVID-19 in Region 12

COTABATO CITY - Regional COVID-19 tracker as of January 19, 2022 (6:00 PM) ONE-HUNDRED-NINETY-NINE (199) NEW CONFIRMED CASES NINETY-NINE (99)...

236 fire-stricken families in Basilan receive cash assistance

COTABATO CITY --- More than a hundred families in Isabela City whose houses were razed by fire received P20,000 cash each from the provincial...

Anak ng pastor, 2 iba sugatan sa pamamaril sa Koronadal

KORONADAL CITY - Nagdulot ng takot at alarma sa mga taga Purok Mabinuligon sa Barangay San Isidro ang panibagong insidente ng pamamaril sa nasabing...

Low water pressure in some areas in Cotabato City

WATER SERVICE ADVISORY Date: January 19, 2022 What: Low Water Pressure Where: RH-3, RH-4, RH-5, Poblacion 3, Poblacion 8, Poblacion 9,...

MENRE distributes land titles, seedlings, ECC on BARMM anniv

COTABATO CITY — The Ministry of Environment, Natural Resources, and Energy (MENRE) distributed Tuesday, Jan. 18, a total of 18 land titles, 60...