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  1. Toto

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    [Dumaguete] City Health Officer Dr. Maria Sarah B. Talla disclosed that 13 close contacts of the 5 additional COVID confirmed cases have been quarantined and shall be subject to swab tests.
    The City now has 11 active COVID cases, thus authorities are asking the members of the public to observe the health protocols such as wearing of face masks, frequent hand washing and social distancing.
    Specifically, 8 of the new Persons Under Monitoring or PUMs are close contacts of the 4 members of a family who were confirmed COVID cases while 4 other PUMs are close contacts of NEGOR-COV 253.
    Dr. Talla also informed Mayor Felipe Antonio Remollo, Chairperson of the City’s Inter-Agency Task Force for the Management of Emerging Infectious Diseases that 12 other PUMs are quarantined today but are not related to the active COVID cases.
    The 12 other PUMs include: 8 Locally Stranded Individuals from Manila, Cebu, Mandaue City and Zamboanga City; 2 sales representatives from Cebu and 2 private employees from Manila.
    On the other hand, 34 PUMs completed today the 14-day quarantine without any medical incident, thus cleared to return to their families. Nine (9) of the newly released PUMs were exposed to a COVID case in Barangay Bajumpandan.
    Also, of the current 319 PUMs: 170 are in designated hotel facilities, 65 are in the community isolation center, while 88 are in the barangay isolation centers.
    None of the 319 Persons Under Monitoring (PUMs) seen and examined by the City Health workers manifested symptoms of Influenza Like Illness (ILI) while under quarantine.
    (OCTOBER 27, 2020) COVID STATUS UPDATE

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    The Daily News Journal
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    #NewsBite: Here's the latest breakdown of the new COVID-19 cases in Negros Oriental as of today, November 2, 2020.
    Most of the new cases are from Guihulngan City, including a five-year-old boy.
    New cases were also recorded in Bayawan City, Sta. Catalina, La Libertad, Ayungon, Mabinay, Zamboanguita, and Tanjay City.
    Two new deaths were also reported in Guihulngan City and Zamboanguita, both senior citizens.
    Sixteen new recoveries were also reported in the province, Estacion said.
    The total case count in Negros Oriental is now at 361, with 136 active cases, 218 recoveries, and nine deaths.
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    Ummm. You do realize we are blocked off from Negros Occidental? No, you are misinterpreting and overreacting. Chill. My questions are similar to the Doctors at the hospital, but their questions were never answered in the press. No, I am not limiting where he can be treated at all. Are you doing this deliberately? Because it's such a strained interpretation. If the patient traveled down on his own, and was infectious, are there infections attributable to his travel? Did he stop in Guihulngan and contribute to the infections there? Did he get infected here, in Dumaguete? If he was infectious and traveled by bus there are potential infections up and down the highway where the bus let people off? Did he travel for treatment? San Carlos has a flare up. Can we expect more people crossing if he did? Remember the construction worker that walked past the roadblock through the fields to Mabinay and infected his family? We wouldn't have known about it if the neighbors hadn't told the barangay. That spread got stopped. So I'm curious, but there are no answers. These are all reasonable questions - and someone may have read something I didn't see. In any case, there are now 5 other municipalities on the other side of the island that have flare ups, San Carlos has 176 active cases. People moving from one side of the island to the other, bypassing police blocks and protocols are another source of spread.
     
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    You can't be serious. Who are you to suggest where people get medical care? It is 100% none of your d@mn business where a person gets medical care, especially in a country where those expenses come out of an individual's own pocket. That is basically saying the patient doesn't have a right to decide if they live or die. Disgusting.
     
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    i understand the feelings behind wanting the APOR to pay, but I put that in the past and want them to focus on stopping this outbreak. The Covid case that came here from San Carlos for treatment. Bacolod is receding as a threat, but there are four other municipalities that have flare ups in Occidental, including San Carlos. Did he pass through Guihulngan? Cebu is no longer a threat, but Occidental is. Degamo and the IATF can hopefully come to terms with APORs.
     
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    I agreed with your post primarily because I think aliens here must not put themselves at risk in a country whose government is actually quite anti-foreigner and does not believe humans have rights (even to life) and where life can be extinguished for the cost of a month's house rental.

    It is not a criticism of @Show Pony (I do not think you were criticising him anyway) as it is easy to understand how frustrated he feels and his pro-life stance just shows what a good person he is.

    Also, after spending 400k on new knashers, keep going as long as you can. :smile:
     
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    Yeah, a defamation case. I would think there was language in some cybercrime AR concerning doxing as well. Not saying anyone would lose such a case, just that you may incur hefty legal fees or some risk of being targeted extrajudicially for your opinions. His name is already well known on social media. Why place yourself in a situation where you may face such risks? It's not like you are in possession of some top secret classified information that is hard for anyone with the motivation to find. A simple Google search would reveal this guy's name, office location and most of his personal information.
     
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    In most regards dealing with Covid is coordinated at the National level so they need to Manila folks to agree the transmissions are local before declaring them as "Local Transmission".
    On one hand it seems a bit odd that the locals have limited autonomy but on the other hand it a good thing that politicians don't have a lot of influence. To me it looks like the National Government has a Plan and Leadership.
    No problems with having a plan and a leader.
     
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    #NewsBite: Provincial IATF ground commander Dr. Liland Estacion told reporters on Tuesday that although it is not yet confirmed, health authorities are now considering the presence of COVID-19 community transmission in Negros Oriental.

    This, as more and more cases with no travel history and no known contact with previously infected cases are being reported.

    Community transmisson occurs when a pathogen infects persons in a community with no known identified source that got them infected.

    Contact tracing is still ongoing, Estacion said.
     
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