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The City Mayor’s Office has received one million pesos (P1,000,000.00) of medical assistance which is to be extended to the low-income and indigent residents of Baguio City. “On behalf of the City of Baguio, we would like to express our sincere appreciation to Senator Risa Hontiveros for the P1,000,000.00 medical assistance…” stated the City Mayor’s […]

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The Local Chief Executives of Baguio, La Trinidad, Itogon, Sablan, Tuba, and Tublay (BLISTT) have mutually decided to again limit the entry to and between the BLISTT areas to travels for work/official business and access to essential goods and services from January 10, 2021 to January 24, 2021. This decision was indicated in the “JOINT […]

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The Public Information Office (PIO) – City of Baguio has released the latest update of cases today, January 6, 2021. For today’s data, the city has recorded 19 new cases, 22 recoveries, and a fatality. 19 New Cases on Baguio City Among the new cases logged today, 9 cases were contact traced, 1 case was […]

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Today, January 6, 2021 (Wednesday), the province of Benguet has recorded 56 new recoveries and 13 new cases. The latest update of cases in the province was provided by the PIO-Benguet EOC. 56 New Recoveries in Benguet The following municipalities have logged new recoveries today: 21 recoveries from Itogon 15 recoveries from Mankayan 13 recoveries […]

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In a post today, January 6, 2021 (Wednesday), of Public Information Office (PIO)- City of Baguio, it was stated that city Mayor Benjamin Magalong wants Baguio City to be prepared for the new coronavirus strain which is said to be more infectious than the present variant. Furthermore, it was reported that the new strain of […]

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Want to access free wi-fi? There’s a new one available at La Trinidad, Benguet! Through the Free Wi-Fi for All or the FW4A (#freewifi4all) Program of the Department of Information and Communications Technology (DICT) of the Province of Benguet, free Wi-Fi is now available at the Benguet Provincial Capitol in the municipality of La Trinidad. […]

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Today, January 5, 2021, the City of Baguio has recorded new cases, recoveries, and a fatality based on the data provided by the Public Information Office (PIO)- City of Baguio. 22 New Cases in Baguio City Among the new cases recorded today, 9 cases were contact traced, 4 cases were expanded tested, 5 are symptomatic, […]

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The Province of Benguet has recorded seventy (70) new recoveries and nineteen (19) new confirmed cases today (Tuesday), January 5, 2021. This update was provided by the Benguet Emergency Operations Center – Public Information Office (PIO – Benguet EOC) earlier this evening. Below are more details on the new recoveries and cases. 70 Recoveries Recorded […]

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On the Guidelines for Tourists Going to Baguio provided by the Baguio City Tourism Office and the Public Information Office (PIO) of the City of Baguio last year, more tourists were allowed per day in the city. City officials have decided to increase the daily tourist arrivals from 500 to 1,000 according to the city […]

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In a post today, January 5, 2020 (Tuesday), on the official Facebook page of PIO-Benguet EOC, most of the positive patients recorded in the Province of Benguet are aged 20 to 30 years old. “Most of the COVID-19 patients recorded in the Province of Benguet are aged 20 to 30 with 897 reported cases or […]

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