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15 PSG members positive for COVID-19, had no contact with Duterte

By: - Reporter / @DYGalvezINQ
/ 01:11 PM January 06, 2022

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 (REUTERS)

MANILA, Philippines — Fifteen members of the Presidential Security Group  have tested positive for COVID-19, PSG Commander Randolph Cabangbang said Thursday.

He said the personnel came back from holiday break and were not detailed with President Rodrigo Duterte.

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Cabangbang assured that the COVID-positive personnel were fully vaccinated and are asymptomatic.

“This Command, through PSG Task Force COVID-19 is attending to these personnel in accordance with IATF/DOH protocols. They are not in any way detailed with the President,” he said in a statement.

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‘Your PSG assures the public that we are fit and able to protect the President so he can continue his mandate to serve this nation,” he added.

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