Bacolod records zero COVID case for third time

After logging zero COVID-19 infection on Saturday, March 12, Bacolod City registered no infection anew on Monday, March 14, based on real-time data from the Emergency Operations Center-Task Force.

It was the third time this year and the fourth since 2021 that Bacolod reported zero COVID-19 case for the day, and Mayor Evelio Leonardia expressed elation over this development, saying it speaks very well of the hardwork of the EOC-TF and the compliance of Bacolodnons to minimum health protocols, a press release from the Bacolod Public Information Office said Tuesday, March 15.

Bacolod first booked zero COVID case on March 10, 2021.The EOC also reported zero case on February 21 this year, the press release said.

Leonardia also attributed the successful campaign against the health crisis to the leadership of local IATF chair and Vice Mayor El Cid Familiaran, the EOC and its army of vaccination volunteers.

Bacolod’s alert status has been downgraded to Alert Level I.

At the same time, the mayor reminded residents to remain vigilant and reiterated his call to “live with the virus and adjust to it accordingly and cautiously” under the new normal.*

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