Mandaluyong govt to place Barangay Mauway under total lockdown
MANILA, Philippines — The Mandaluyong City government on Wednesday said it will place Barangay (village) Mauway under total lockdown after the city health office recorded a surge in coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) cases in the barangay.
The Mandaluyong Public Information Office said in a Facebook post that the City Epidemiology and Surveillance Unit has recommended a total lockdown of the said village after recording 61 confirmed COVID-19 cases, the highest recorded number of cases in the city.
“Kung kaya’t kinabukasan, pinatawag ni Mayor Menchie Abalos si Kapitan Bernie Evangelista ng Mauway para sabihan siya sa pag lockdown din ng nasabing barangay,” read the statement.
(Mandaluyong Mayor Menchie Abalos summoned Mauway Barangay Captain Bernie Evangelista to inform him that his village will be placed under lockdown.)
“Inaasahan na isasailalim ang Barangay Mauway sa TOTAL LOCKDOWN sa mga susunod na araw (Expect that Barangay Mauway will be placed under total lockdown in the coming days),” the Mandaluyong City government added.
Sa pulong noong Lunes kauganay sa pag-lockdown ng Barangay Addition Hills, napag-usapan na din ang hakbang para mag…
The Mandaluyong City government has yet to announce the target date and guidelines for the lockdown of Barangay Mauway.
Previously, the city government announced that Barangay Additional Hills will be under total lockdown starting Thursday, May 7, to give way for the mass testing of suspected carriers of the coronavirus in the area. The Mandaluyong City government has started its distribution of relief goods for residents to prepare for the lockdown.
As of May 5, Tuesday, Mandaluyong City has recorded 423 cases of the coronavirus disease including 36 deaths and 97 recoveries.
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