The Technical Education and Skills Development Authority-Negros Occidental Provincial Office in Talisay City will be closed starting Monday, April 5, until further notice after its employees were exposed to a COVID-19 positive patient, TESDA Negros Occidental announced Sunday, April 4.
“This is for the safety and health of our clients, employees and partners,” it said.
During this time, the TESDA provincial office and Regional Training Center-Talisay will be subjected to thorough disinfection and sanitation, the announcement added.
Meanwhile, the Commission on Elections Bacolod Office will remain closed until April 12 when the quarantine period of its staff ends, City Elections Officer Kathrina Trinio Caña said
Seven personnel of the Bacolod Comelec office and a utility worker of the city government assigned there tested positive for COVID-19 last week
All applicants for voter registration with online appointments from March 29 to April 12 will be accommodated when the Comelec Bacolod office reopens, Caña said.*