COVID-19 Surge Capacity Planning
Isabela City Disaster Risk Reduction Management Office
April 30, 2021
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May 7, 2021
ISABELA CITY COVID-19 TASKFORCE chaired by City Mayor Sitti Djalia A. Turabin-Hataman convened Thursday, April 29, 2021 for a meeting held at the CDRRM Operation Center, Binuangan this city to discuss matters relative to City’s COVID-19 Surge Capacity Planning in light of the recent rise of COVID-19 cases in Isabela City.
In attendance were members of the Taskforce composed of City Vice Mayor Jhul Kifli L. Salliman, Committee Chair for Health Hon. Councilor Ritchie Biel, DILG CLGOO Pilar V. Gudio, representatives from different government and non-government organizations, partners in the security, business and inter-religious sector, education, health and other stakeholders. Also present and took part in the discussion of City’s COVID-19 Surge Capacity Planning was Deputy Speaker Mujiv S. Hataman.
Apart from City’s COVID-19 Surge Capacity Planning, the taskforce also discussed and presented City’s Public Service Continuity Plan amd other matters.