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INDAY SARA shares experience in bout with Covid-19

Pag mawalaan naka ug panimhot feeling nimo wala ka gaginhawa

“Nagkatol akong tutunlan. In fact, I did not think first it was Covid abi nako’g na irritate sa sige nako ug gargle to protect myself. The doctor was asking me kung naa ba ko’y gibati, katol lang akong tutunlan kay wala man ni sa listahan sa Covid-19 ang itchy throat but apparently ingon sa doctor some people may have mistaken sore throat as itchy throat. Naay uban na itchy throat ilang ma-feel ug katong akoa itchy throat pero wala ko giubo ug gisip-on,” the mayor said.

“Pag mawalaan naka ug panimhot feeling nimo wala ka gaginhawa. Murag wala ka gaginhawa kay naanad ta naa’y scent o baho ang mga butang. Ang amoy sa exhaust sa mga sakyanan, amoy sa abog. We smell that all the time on the air pag mawala na murag ma disorient ta. Murag wala’y feeling sa atong paghinga.”

Mayor Sara said that from 17 members of her household, 11 were tested positive for Covid-19.

“Ang sa akoa important ang testing because otherwise kung wala mi nagpa-test dili namo makita ang effects or outbreak sa sulod sa balay. Seventeen mi kabuok sa balay, pag-test sa amoang tanan 11 kabuok ang nagpositive. Sa sugod naapil pako sa nag-negative but after three to four days didto nako nagpatest tungod sa itchy throat ug naapil nako sa mga nagpositive,” she said.

Sara lifts curfew, modifies liquor ban in Davao City

Modified guidelines in Executive Order No. 59 issued Monday

DAVAO CITY – Mayor Sara Z. Duterte announced on Monday the lifting of a city-wide curfew effective Tuesday until January 15 and the issuance of guidelines for a modified liquor ban.The mayor said the modified guidelines were contained in her Executive Order No. 59 issued on Monday.“As… Read More

FLASHBACK. Davao Peace 911

SEPTEMBER 26, 2018. Santo Tomas, Davao del Norte Municipal Administrator Atty. Elisa Evangelista-Lapina, then of the Davao City Legal Office and focal person of Peace 911, the peace and development counter-insurgency initiative of Mayor Sara Duterte in communist rebel-influenced Paquibato District , during the Araw ng Sitio Kinsekinse, Barangay Salapawan,where she joined the celebration, consulted wih tribal leaders, and conducted free legal consultation and site inspection of a proposed rehabilitation and improvement of a vital road network. CTTO William Araneta Belaguas


Davao City gov’t to prioritize hiring of fully vaccinated workers on Jan 1, 2022


Davao City gov’t to prioritize hiring of fully vaccinated workers

Davao City Mayor Inday Sara Duterte has issued Executive Order (E.O.) 45-A, which mandates the hiring of fully vaccinated individuals starting January 1, 2022.

E.O. 45-A, signed on September 20, is the new version of E.O. 45, also known as “An Order Mandating The Vaccination Of All City Government of Davao Plantilla, Job Order, Contract of Service, and Volunteers For COVID-19 and Stipulating Sanctions For The Refusal of Such,” that was signed by the mayor on September 15.

The E.O. 45 version did not state when the hiring of fully vaccinated only city government workers will take effect.

Both EOs ordered the mandatory vaccination of all City Government of Davao employees on or before November 30, 2021, and failure to do so will be meted with sanctions.

A plantilla personnel who refuses to undergo vaccination shall be held administratively for insubordination and shall be penalized with a one month and one-day suspension to six months for the first offense; and dismissal from the service for the second offense, under Section 50 (d) of the 2017 Rules on Administrative Cases in the Civil Service (2018 RACCS).

An exemption from the mandatory COVID-19 vaccination may be possible due to medical reasons, such as contraindications of available vaccines to a person’s comorbidity. The Vaccine Cluster of the Davao COVID-19 Task Force will have to endorse the exemption to the Human Resource Management Office (HRMO).

Out of the 20,000 city government employees, 12,000 have already been vaccinated without any death recorded. 

“The unreasonable refusal of some personnel to get vaccinated should not be allowed to bring to naught the cooperation of the majority, their effort to achieve herd immunity and their right to a healthy disease-free environment,” Mayor Duterte said.

She also said that while the local government unit (LGU) recognizes the right to health of government personnel, including the right to refuse vaccination, this should bow to the superior right of the majority consisting of other city government personnel and the public at large.

The new directive was issued in the wake of the COVID-19 surge in Davao City. Of the COVID-19 deaths from August 29 to September 4, it was found out that 42 of the 46 who expired were unvaccinated.

In the Special Hours program of 87.5 Davao City Disaster Radio (DCDR) program held Monday, September 20, Mayor Duterte said: “If you are a person who feels aggrieved by the EO because you are a city government personnel then you go to our City 


Davao City Mayor Inday Sara Duterte visits four (4) different vaccination sites in the city Friday morning.

Mayor Duterte went to SM Lanang vaccination site, Buhangin Central Elementary School, the Marino Partylist Vaccination Program at the Matina Town Square (MTS), and Matina Apalaya Central Elementary School vaccination site.

Sara expressed her gratitude to all our health and non-health frontlines, partner government agencies, and private sector partners.

mayor also urged the public to get vaccinated with their 1st and 2nd doses.

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