Deal signed for Nayong Pilipino mega jab site
MANILA, Philippines — A memorandum of agreement (MOA) allowing part of Nayong Pilipino to be used as a mega vaccination site has reportedly been signed.
The Inquirer also learned on Wednesday that the Nayong Pilipino Foundation (NPF) had elected Gertrudes Batocabe as executive director, replacing Lucille Karen Malilong-Isberto, who resigned at the height of the controversy on the use of the property.
According to a government source, Batocabe met with the NPF board on May 26, the same day a draft MOA was presented to its members. The MOA was signed last week by Batocabe and Health Secretary Francisco Duque III.
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