Baguio Herald Express

No discrimination of non-PhilHealth members bared
 May 31, 2021 Dexter A. See BAGUIO CITY – The Cordillera office of the Philippine Health Insurance Corporation (PhilHealth-CAR) disclosed that there is no discrimination in the confinement of non-PhilHealth members who contracted the dreaded Corona Virus Disease (COVID) 2019 in...
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PhilHealth engages hospitals on payment of COVID-19 claims
 May 29, 2021 Dexter A. See BAGUIO CITY – The Cordillera office of the Philippine Health Insurance Corporation (PhilHealth) continues to conduct dialogues with the administrators of private and government hospitals to ensure the timely processing and payment of their claims...
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Baguio hospital critical care utilization rate remains high
 May 24, 2021 Dexter A. See Local health authorities reported that the city’s hospital critical care utilization rate remains at high risk while the utilization of the available beds in the various isolation units dropped to low risk. City Health officer...
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Bontoc adopts contact tracing methodology
 May 18, 2021 Alpine L. Killa BONTOC, Mountain Province – Bontoc is now using the Contact Tracing System of the City Government of Baguio which has been proven as an effective tool to speed up contact tracing efforts and curb further...
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Baguio reports clustering of COVID cases in gov’t offices
 May 5, 2021 Dexter A. See The City Health Services Office (CHSO) reported the presence of clustering of Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) cases in government offices aside from the earlier clustering of similar cases in various business establishments in the city....
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Put up of family life resource centers in Baguio proposed
 April 30, 2021 Dexter A. See The City Council, during last Monday’s regular session, approved on first reading a proposed ordinance mandating the construction of ten family life resource centers as unit offices of the City Social Welfare and Development Office...
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Hike in Baguio suicide cases alarming
 April 30, 2021 Dexter A. See Local mental experts raised concern over the drastic increase in the number of suicide cases in the city during the first quarter of the year because of the serious negative impact of the ongoing Coronavirus...
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Identification of temporary burial site in Baguio pushed
 April 29, 2021 Dexter A. See The City Council, during last Monday’s regular session, requested the City Environment and Parks Management Office (CEPMO) and the City Planning and Development Office (CPDO) to study the possibility of identifying a temporary burial site...
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Baguio to replace land for Aurora Hill District Health Center
 April 29, 2021 Dexter A. See The city will be giving up the land earlier identified as the site of its command center within a portion of the Camp John Hay (CJH) property in favor of the Department of Education in...
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Baguio youth urged to initiate designs integrating agriculture to urban setting
 April 21, 2021 Dexter A. See City officials recently encouraged youth organizations in the city to initiate and network with partners in developing innovative, transformative, and futuristic designs that integrate agriculture into urban setting. Under Resolution No. 176, series of 2021...
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