DILG-NAPOLCOM building in QC on 1-week lockdown as staff contracts virus
MANILA, Philippines — The Department of the Interior and Local Government-National Police Commission (DILG-NAPOLCOM) Center and annex building in Quezon City was placed under a week-long lockdown starting Tuesday, July 28, after an employee contracted COVID-19.
Based on the advisory signed by DILG Executive Assistant Jerry Loresco, the agency will undertake contact tracing and disinfection of facilities.
All personnel of DILG Central Office and annex building will also undergo home quarantine.
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DILG will likewise impose a work-from-home scheme from July 28 to August 2, according to the advisory. Work in the agency is expected to resume on August 3, it added.
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