Food for Close Contacts

LGU-Camalig provides rice and food packs to families/close contacts of the three (3) confirmed Coronavirus (COVID-19) positive cases from Brgy. Cabangan, Ilawod, and Maninila.   As one measure in barring possible transmission of COVID-19 to the community, the close contacts are directed to stay isolated for at least fourteen (14) days.   The provision of goods aims to cater the basic needs of the close contacts throughout the quarantining/isolation period.   To ensure strict implementation continue reading : Food for Close Contacts

24/7 COVID-19 campaign

LGU-Camalig through the Municipal Health Emergency Response Team (MHERT) continuously welcomes returnees/Locally Stranded Individuals (LSIs) at the Camalig Training Center (CTC), Brgy. Salugan, Camalig, Albay – the town’s centralized screening/holding area.   Pursuant to Executive Order No. 12-2021, all persons returning to the municipality whether LSI, Authorized Person Outside of Residence (APOR), Returning Overseas Filipino (ROF), Frontliner, foreigner, regardless of age, travelling via private or public vehicle, are mandatorily required to proceed immediately to CTC continue reading : 24/7 COVID-19 campaign

A new refuge

The Municipal Disaster Risk Reduction & Management Office (MDRRMO) led the inspection of the ongoing construction of the new evacuation center located at Brgy. Bongabong, Camalig, Albay.   Funded by the Office of Civil Defense (OCD), said establishment is set to accommodate about 530 individuals or 106 families in the event of calamities and life-threatening occurrences.   With a gross floor area of 1,445sqm, the evacuation center features a medical clinic, parking space, laundry and continue reading : A new refuge

Issuance of tricycle franchise

LGU-Camalig led the awarding of Motorized Tricycle Operator’s Permits (MTOPs) to tricycles-for-hire, Camalig Municipal Hall, Brgy. 2, Poblacion, Camalig, Albay.   The MTOPs were issued purposely to authorize tricycles-for-hire to ply designated routes specifically within Brgy. Ilawod, Ligban, Anoling, Gotob, Quirangay, Tumpa, and Bungkaras village.   A total of thirty-seven (37) tricycle drivers have availed the MTOPs – the tricycle drivers have secured necessary requirements including Certificates of Registration from the Land Transportation Office (LTO), continue reading : Issuance of tricycle franchise