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SCRDC implements clustering due to 115 Covid-19 positive cases

There is an ongoing clustering of the confirmed  Covid-19 cases at the South Cotabato Rehabilitation and Detention Center (SCRDC) after at least 115 personnel and persons deprived of liberty  (PDL) were tested positive of the virus from May 25 to June 10, 2021, the Provincial Epidemiology and Surveillance Unit (PESU) reports. The   Integrated Provincial Health …

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SCMS called on non-covid hospitals to accept covid patients due to surge

The South Cotabato Medical Society (SCMS) sought the intervention of the provincial government of  South Cotabato and other government agencies as they called on other private hospitals in the province to allocate hospital beds to covid-19 patients as covid hospitals are near full capacity due to surge cases. SCMS Outgoing President Dr. Rachelle Suarez said, …

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Balay Silangan awaits 30 more drug reformists for Batch 4

The South Cotabato Balay Silangan Reformatory Center awaits the coming of another 30 drug reformists that will comprise the Batch 4 early this June. This was after at least 30 drug reformists from the 3rd Batch- Batang Silangan (BatSi 111)  completed their six months In-House Reformatory Program in Tupi on May 14, 2021. During the …

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Free Education Program gets Php139 million funds in SouthCot

The DepEd South Cotabato Division expressed its gratitude to the provincial government of South Cotabato headed by Governor Reynaldo S. Tamayo Jr., for making education one of the priority programs in the province. Schools Division Superintendent Ruth Estacio said the program has benefitted not only the more than 8,000 teaching and non-teaching staff but also …

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Police authorities seized Php7.1 million worth of illegal drugs for 1st Q

Police authorities have seized a total of Php7.1 million worth of illegal drugs for the first quarter of this year as a result of their intensified campaign, the South Cotabato Police Provincial Office reports. Based on the data from the SCPPO, the seized drugs were part of the 435 illegal drug operations conducted from January to …

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SCPH Dialysis Center soon to operate

True to the promise of Governor Reynaldo S. Tamayo Jr. of bringing free hospitalization services to the province, the soon to operate South Cotabato Provincial Hospital  (SCPH) Dialysis Center is nearing completion with the procurement of the Php10 million worth of Hemodialysis machine complete with water system facilities, and Set-up Accessories. Chief of Hospital Dr. …

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PCOO distributes FOI Kiosk, collaterals

The Provincial Government of South Cotabato through the Provincial Information Office received from Presidential Communications Operations Office (PCOO) Undersecretary Kristian R. Ablan the Freedom of Information (FOI) Kiosk, materials, and collaterals to uphold the right to information through transparent public service and good governance. To date, the Province of South Cotabato is one of the …

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Eight barangays in SouthCot unaffected with drugs

Police authorities cited eight (8) barangays in South Cotabato as the remaining barangays unaffected with drugs in the province based on the latest report on the  Status of Drug Clearing from the South Cotabato Police Provincial Office. LtCol Emerson D. Policarpio, chief of the Police Community Affairs and Development Group said these eight barangays came …

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Community pantry: “Not yet necessary in SouthCot” – Gov. Tamayo

KORONADAL CITY- The putting-up of the community pantry in this city shows that the Bayanihan spirit still exists however South Cotabato Governor Reynaldo S. Tamayo Jr. laments that with the surge of the Covid-19  in the province, said the initiative is not yet fitted. The community pantry recently put up, inspired by the Maginhawa community …

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Simple celebration of Tnalak fest underway in South Cotabato

Preparations are underway for this year’s  55th Foundation Anniversary and 22nd Tnalak Festival as the Executive Committee meeting holds its first meeting today to plan out activities for the much-awaited festival on July 18 this year. Provincial Administrator Atty. Renette Bergado said the festival will be observed in a very simple way and events to …

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