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JAN 21 – 1,923

As of 5:00 pm today, DOH Davao Center for Health Development reports 1,923 new cases of COVID-19 in the region bringing the total number of active cases to 7,930.

Of these 1,923 cases, 1,540 are from Davao City; 14 are from Davao de Oro; 156 are from Davao del Norte; 111 are from Davao del Sur; 31 are from Davao Occidental; and 71 are from Davao Oriental.

JAN 20 – 1,453

JAN 19 – 1,428

May be an image of 1 person and text that says 'DOH DAVAO COVID-19 REGIONAL DAILY CASE BULLETIN #626 JANUARY 21, 2022 7% TOTAL GAKTIBONG 7,930 89.5% TOTAL NGGUMALING 101,401 BAGONG 1,923 3.5% TOTAL NAMATAY 3,931 BAGONG GUMALING 227 KABUUANG BILANG KASO 9 CONSOL 113,262 4/14 1,923 NAGPOSITIBO 3,990 BILANGNG HALOS 99. Û PORSYENTONG MGA KASO NAKASO! PROVINCE/CITY IMISTANSYA METRO 5,906 DAVAOCITY DAVAODE ORO NORTE DAVA DAVAOOCCIDENTAL DAVAOORIENTAL TOTAL 156 KALAGAYAN AKTIBONG KASO 495 61 8,136 20,669 12,054 3,912 (5,239) 482 3,741 ,923 7,930 101,401 REGIONAL STATUS 0.6% 931, (Data DAVAOCITY January USED 2022) TOTAL OCCIDENTAL MECHANICAL USED 111 0 OfficialDOHgov @DOHgovph KONTRACOVID doh.gov.ph Û DOHdavao pumunta taysafe.ph 09568735621'
May be an image of ‎1 person and ‎text that says '‎DOH DAVAO COVID-19 REGIONAL DAILY CASE BULLETIN #624 JANUARY k.mplatory 2022 ர.ர https:/incovtrnacker.doh.gav.ph NG AKTIBONG 4.5% TOTAL AKTIBONG KASO 4,989 PORSYENTO GUMALING 91.9% TOTAL GUMALING 100,985 PORSYENTO NG NAMAT 3.6% TOTAL NG NAMATAY 3,914 BAGONG KASO 1,428 GUMALING 165 NAMATAY 109,888 NAGPOSITIBO HALOS 3,577 TINEST 39.9% BREAKDOWN NG MGA KASO SA PROVINCE/CITY SYMPTOMATIC NAGPOSITIBO CITY Active 1,197 WALANG MASK DEL KALAGAYAN MGA KASO ORIENTAL 3,881 7,812 1,428 7,393 289 (40 REGIONAL STATUS 3,914 3 0.1% (4) Critical (Dat: 18, 2022) TCTAL VENTILATORS 24 TOTIL 22 100 172 ట9 ه Ga 35 1e SUMANGGUNI AMANG TRACOVD SUMUSUNOD (082) 305-1903 09568735621‎'‎‎
May be an image of ‎1 person and ‎text that says '‎DAVAO COVID-19 REGIONAL DAILY CASE BULLETIN #623 bisitahin JANUARY detalye 2022 https://ncovtracker.don.gov.pl 3.4% TOTAL GAKTIBONG KASO 3729 93% TOTAL GUMALING 100,820 BAGONG 550 NAMAT 3.6% TOTAL NAMATAY 3,911 BAGONG GUMALING 115 KABUUANG BILANG NG ILAN ANG NAMATAY 3 108,460 ARAW? 550 NAGPOSITIBO 1556 HALOS 98.8% SYMPTOMATIC BREAKDOWN PORSYENTO ANAGPOSITIBO MGA KASO SA PROVINCE/CITY DAVAO DEL NORTE ELUR OCCIDENTAL ORIENTAL 96 AKTIBONG KASO 531 264 7,997 20,223 18,873 819 3,877 3,740 550 (1320) 3,729 00,820 1.1%(40 Severe STATUS 3,911 ANG ATING MGA 0.1%(3) Critical (Data DAVAOCT January USED 2022) TOTAL OCCIDENTAL MECHANICAL 111 ANUNGAN? ۔ DOHdavao pumuntasa taysafe.ph 09568735621‎'‎‎

TYPHOON UPDATES: Vicky brings floods in Caraga towns, cities

RISING WATER. Authorities are closely watching the increase of the water level at Agusan River in Butuan City, as TD Vicky continues to bring heavy rains and strong winds in the area and the nearby towns in Agusan del Sur. Local governments in Caraga Region activated their respective disaster management councils to respond to the flooding and other effects of the inclement weather. (PNA photo by Alexander Lopez)

Rescue operations still ongoing in several towns

 December 18, 2020

BUTUAN CITY – Heavy rains caused by the onslaught of Tropical Depression (TD) Vicky has caused flooding in several towns and cities in Caraga Region.The City Disaster and Risk Reduction Management Council (CDRRMC) here said it is also closely monitoring the water level at Agusan River.As of 2… Read More

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Davao to enforce region-wide quarantine Thursday

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All entries in Davao Region closed in the next 14 days

A community quarantine will be imposed across the Davao region beginning 00:00 hours Thursday. 

This came after the Regional Peace and Order Council (RPOC) and Regional Development Council (RDC) created the Davao Region Covid-19 Task Force to implement a unified region-wide initiative to contain the spread of the coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19).

The City Information Office (CIO) said that during the RPOC meeting on Tuesday, Davao City Mayor Sara Z. Duterte was elected as head of the Regional Covid Task Force, with Department of Health 11 (Davao region) Director Annabelle Yumang as vice-chair. Provincial and local officials, as well as police and military officials, attended the meeting.

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In a radio interview, Mayor Sara said that during the 14-day region-wide quarantine, all residents of Davao are advised to stay in their respective homes, maintain social distancing, and practice frequent hand washing with soap and water.

“All entries in Davao region will be closed and then in the next 14 days, we will look for people with symptoms of the disease,” she said.

The task force also approved Mayor Sara’s proposal for the suspension of all land, sea, and air travel for 14 days until a unified health system among local government units in the region is put in place.

Under the regional quarantine, she said residents would only be allowed to go out to work, buy food or medicine, go to the hospital, or take out the garbage.

The local governments are also advised to create an economic impact plan for the private sector.

The task force further advised the public to use online services in procuring services and goods or in conducting bank transactions.

Mayor Sara said public transportation and supply deliveries are still allowed but only within the Davao region. (PNA)

AGRIYA – Agricultural City By Anflocor


Many years of planning and ready to share with everyone the first master planned Agricultural Metropolis in the Davao Region.

With its beginnings deeply rooted in Panabo City, Davao del Norte, ANFLOCOR is proud to highlight the importance of agriculture and its role in the community and particularly the families its affects.
Over 88 hectares of Residential, Commercial, Institutional and Agri-Tourism offerings, AGRIYA will be able to cater to the needs of its residents, guests and surrounding communities for generations.
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Anflo Management and Investment Corporation (ANFLOCOR) Group chair Linda F. Lagdameo (3rd from right), ANFLOCOR Group agri operations president Vicente Floirendo (2nd from right), ANFLOCOR Group real estate and livestock operations president Ricardo Floirendo (rightmost), Industrial Group president Anton Lagdameo (center), Department of Tourism Secretary Bernadette Romulo-Puyat (3rd from left), Damosa Land first vice president Ricardo Lagdameo (2nd from left) and Panabo City Vice Mayor Biboy Gavina lead the cutting of ribbon to mark the launching of DLI’s Agriya in Panabo City on Thursday. Contributed photo





Three City of Mati bays officially accepted on the Most Beautiful Bays in the World roster

The Most Beautiful Bays in the World Association has officially accepted the application for inclusion of Pujada Bay in the Most Beautiful Bays in the World list.

In a letter to Davao Oriental Governor Nelson Dayanghirang and City of Mati Mayor Michelle Nakpil Rabat dated February 19, 2020, MBBW World President Michel Bujold said that their Board of Directors “has voted in favor of accepting Pujada Bay, but also Mayo and Balete Bays together as new member of the Most Beautiful Bays in the World Association.”

It can be recalled that a team from the Provincial Government of Davao Oriental and the City Government of Mati went to Japan on October 2019 to apply for the inclusion of Pujada Bay in the prestigious list during the 15th World Bays Congress.
On January 8-12, 2020, MBBW Treasurer Guy Rousset and General Manager Bruno Bodard arrived in the City of Mati for validation of the Pujada Bay. The two foreign validators were all praises for Pujada Bay.
It was also during the validation that the foreigners got to visit Balete and Mayo Bays which were not originally included in the application. Bodard and Rousset said that they will be recommending to their Board the inclusion of not just Pujada Bay but also that of Mayo and Balete Bays considering that they are all located in the City of Mati. ALSO READ
The foreign validators submitted their on-site visit report, along with some recommendations, to the Board on January 22. After barely a month, the MBBW Board voted in favor of the application.
Bujold informed the provincial and city governments that they would also be sending a copy of the recommendations related to the approval and advised the local governments to implement the said recommendations.
In a statement, City of Mati Mayor Michelle Nakpil Rabat welcomed the inclusion of not just one but three bays of the city in the MBBW. Mayor Michelle thanked Governor Dayanghirang for initiating the application as well as all Matinians who participated and cooperated in the city’s efforts for the protection and preservation of the three bays and its inhabitants.
“Now all three bays in the City of Mati are in the list of MBBWA which is a testimony of how beautiful our waters are. This rare feat now becomes a challenge for us to do more and persevere in our efforts for the protection and preservation of our environment,” said Mayor Michelle.
The lady mayor said that the inclusion of the bays in the list would surely be a big boost not just in their conservation effort but also on their tourism industry as more tourists are expected to visit the City of Mati and enjoy the bays.
“We still have a long way to go. Being included in the list is the least difficult part, staying in the list is more challenging. So to all Matinians I urge you to keep our bays clean like our very own backyard. As your City Government vow to provide more infrastructure and facilities that would help the bays maintain its clean and pristine condition that made it as 3 Most Beautiful Bays in the World,” ended Mayor Michelle. (CIO MATI)

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Mati City crafts master plan for Pujada Bay protection

Pujada Bay’s ‘beauty, cleanliness’ surprise foreign validators

MATI CITY, Davao Oriental — The two foreign validators of the Most Beautiful Bays in the World (MBBW) Club were astounded at the beauty of the Pujada Bay here, as they conducted ground validation on the possible inclusion of the bay to the MBBW.MBBW founder and manager Bruno Bodard and MBBW… Read More

Pujada Bay validators arrive in Mati City

DAVAO CITY — Two foreign validators from the Most Beautiful Bays in the World (MBBW) Club arrived in Mati City, Davao Oriental, on Wednesday.MBBW founder and manager Bruno Bodard, together with MBBW treasurer Guy Ettiene Rousset, is in Mati for the validation of Pujada Bay’s inclusion in its… Read More

Davao Oriental caps 2019 with fruitful initiatives

DAVAO CITY – Capping the year 2019, the province of Davao Oriental underscored the success of its various initiatives amidst challenges.Governor Nelson Dayanghirang vowed for more developments in 2020, saying his administration is bent on implementing various big-ticket projects.“If we… Read More

Mati City dive site documentation continues

DAVAO CITY — Documentation of possible diving sites in the City of Mati, Davao Oriental continues as divers from both the private and government sectors continue their search on their second week.The activity was conducted on Saturday, where the participants came from the City Mayor’s Office… Read More

Mati City exec wants dive sites in Pujada, Mayo bays explored

DAVAO CITY — After six years of banning dive explorations in Mati City, Davao Oriental, various private individuals, in partnership with the local government, have revived search of possible dive sites in Pujada and Mayo bays.In a statement sent on Sunday by the Mati City Information Office, it… Read More

Int’ biodiversity confab kicks off in Mati City

MATI CITY, Davao Oriental – The International Biodiversity Conference 2019 kicked off here as several international delegates arrived since Monday for the 3-day event slated Nov. 12-14.IBC 2019 will convene around the theme “Biodiversity for the People: From Ridge to Reefs”, at… Read More

Pujada Bay named ‘one of most beautiful bays’ in the world

DAVAO CITY — The Pujada Bay in Mati City, Davao Oriental, has been included in the “Most Beautiful Bays in the World” (MBBW).In a press statement on Sunday, the Davao Oriental Provincial Information Office (PIO) said the declaration was made by the Club of the Most Beautiful Bays in the World… Read More

Investors train eyes on Mati City’s tourism industry

DAVAO CITY – Mati City in Davao Oriental province is now experiencing an influx of investors mostly engaged in tourism-related businesses, an official said.Mati City Promotions and Investments chief Tanya Rabat-Tan said the investors are particularly interested in the commercial area within… Rea