Series of 2021An Order Amending Executive Order No. 58, Series of 2021
The Visayas Covid-19 Vaccination Operations Center (VVOC) has introduced its manual in executing vaccination activity to Governor Rhodora J. Cadion and to Antique municipal mayors yesterday afternoon. The VVOC Manual highlights empowering officials at the barangay level in the implementation of the said activity.Inter-Agency Task Force Chief Implementor in the Visayas, Retired Major General Melquiades continue reading : Visayas IATF Covid Chief Feliciano briefs Antique leaders, health practitioners on covid-19 vaccination manual
May 10, at the Provincial Health Office. With her second dose, Gov. Cadiao she will be protected against the virus especially when she is always meeting people.The governor highly encourages her fellow Antiqueños to avail the free vaccine. The Provincial Government has earmarked a budget worth Php 50M for Covid-19 vaccine from Moderna, in which continue reading : Governor Rhodora J. Cadiao received her second dose of Sinovac vaccine.
by: Agripino John Patrick M. Ga-an Based on the recent report from the Provincial Engineer’s Office, almost 40% of solar-powered streetlights has been installed already in some access roads going to tourist areas in the province of Antique. According to Engr. Inocencio Dajao, Provincial Engineer, this project was initiated by Governor Rhodora J. Cadiao because continue reading : Installation of solar-powered streetlights in Antique still on going
By Arnie Barcebal/ January 20, 2021 As the number of African Swine Fever (ASF) rises in some provinces in the country, Provincial Veterinarian Dr. Florencio Macuja said in a phone interview today, January 20, 2021, that Antique is still ASF free. “Actually sa Antique kag sa Western Visayas wara pa gid tatun ti kaso kang continue reading : Antique still free from ASF, says ProVet
Governor Rhodora “Dodod” Cadiao administers oath of 15 provincial government employees in her office today, Decembere 14, 2020. “You always have to remember, despite of the pandemic, despite the 70, 000 Filipinos who are losing their job, you are taking your oath for a higher position or a permanent job. That is in itself a continue reading : 15 prov’l gov’t employees take oath