Coastal barangay of San Juan in Molo district topped Iloilo City’s list with most number of mosquito-borne dengue cases totaling 23 as of June 2019.
It was also listed in the top 10 dengue-stricken villages since 2017, City Health Office (CHO) data showed.
Be informed. Be vigilant.
MAG-4S KONTRA DENGUE Continue reading ILOILO CITY DENGUE UPDATE
Iloilo City Mayor Jerry P. Treñas wants the metropolis to establish a state-of-the-art command center that could become one of the best in the Visayas region.
“I assure support not only for funds but also manpower. Our job is to make residents safe. We want to have the best Command Center in Visayas,” Treñas stressed during the 21st Gawad Kalasag National Validation at City Hall July 2 (SHOWN IN PICTURES). Continue reading BEST COMMAND CENTER IN VISAYAS EYED
Iloilo City Mayor Jerry P. Treñas has instructed barangays here to purchase misting machine to be used as preventive measure in the fight against mosquito-borne dengue disease.
The Iloilo City Festivals Foundation, Inc. (ICFFI) had its first organizational meeting and selection of interim set of officers at the 3rd floor of Lone District Office, June 27.
Iloilo City Mayor-elect Jerry P. Treñas vowed to give “WHEELS” for inclusive development and good governance program for all Ilonggos, during his inaugural speech at the Oath Taking Ceremony of all elected city officials at Iloilo Convention Center, June 28.
Due to the onset of rainy season and heavy rains, our body is susceptible to health risks especially Leptospirosis for those who wade in “tubig baha”.
Go to the nearest Health Center for Prophylaxis treatment and to prevent transmission of Leptospirosis especially in flooded areas;
~if they have open wounds and broken skin
~if eyes come in contact with contaminated/infected water or tubig baha
~if they have accidentally swallowed contaminated water / tubig baha Continue reading STOP! LOOK! READ!