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Province of Bataan Gov. Abet S. Garcia
In the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic, no one can really claim to have made absolute preparations to fight it. The very nature of the problem was so foreign to our generation. We have never experienced anything remotely similar to it.

Although, like others, we started in uncertain footing, it was refreshing to look back and see that the past few months of our battle with COVID 19 constituted a journey that taught us and continue to teach us great lessons.
Sa simpleng pagsunod sa mga alituntunin, kagaya ng pagsusuot ng face mask
sa tuwing lalabas ng tahanan, hindi lamang ang ating mga sarili ang maiiwas
sa panganib na dulot ng COVID-19 kundi pati rin ang mga taong ating
makasasalamuha sa araw-araw. Mas mapapababa pa nito ang tsansang
mahawahan ka o makahawa ka ng iba.

Patuloy po tayong makiisa, maging responsable, magmalasakit at mag-ingat
sa lahat ng oras.

#1Bataan ☝️
*(LSI) Locally Stranded Individual
**(ET) Emergency Traveller
**(APOR) Authorized Person Outside Residence
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-Kinakailangan ng barrier sa pagitan ng driver at
  ang angkas
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-Nagpapatunay na pareho ang apelyido ng sakay
-Sakaling magkaiba ang apelyido, kailangang pareho ang address sa mga ID
-Kinakailangang nakasuot ng face mask ang driver at ang angkas
-Kinakailangang nakasuot ng crash helmet ang driver at   ang angkas

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We have always held our Frontliners in high esteem. We recognize the selfless service that they provide even at their own risk.  To take care of them, these are the programs we have undertaken:


We are as concerned for the plight of the average Bataeno as they, too, have been affected by COVID 19 in more ways than one:

Food distribution is a main priority. We have instituted feeding programs to make sure that no one in Bataan goes hungry.

  • Distributed 25 kilos of rice per household in all the 11 municipalities and one city of Bataan to augment the weekly relief supplies given by the municipality, barangay, and private sector  throughout the pandemic.
  • Kusina sa Barangay where cooked food done the bayanihan way is accessed by the constituents in the barangay level.
  • Continuous coordination with donors for supplies of Live chicken, fresh fish and vegetables for a healthy community. (OCD, NGOs, PRIVATE companies and individual donations)
  • The department of Agriculture has also done its share in opening up small business opportunities for farmers and fish growers by distributing cows, carabaos, and chicks, fingerlings and seedlings in every municipality for purposes of starting their own small enterprise where they are.
  • Worked hand in hand with the national government in distribution of Social Amelioration Program

To make sure that the medical needs of Non-COVID patients will be attended to:

  • A Memorandum of Agreement was signed with private hospitals to partner with the provincial government in the treatment of indigent patients from BGHMC. PGB , through the help of a social worker, shall shoulder the medical and hospital expenses and fees for the indigent patients
  • The Old Capitol Main Building was converted into  BGHMC Annex for non-COVID patients.  It is a 50-bed capacity hospital equipped with an Operating Room, Delivery Room,  Medical Ward, Neonatal ICU, Obgyne Ward, Pedia Ward and Surgical Ward
  • For Cancer patients needing chemotherapy sessions, PGB and the 2nd District Congressional Office partnered with the Diocese of Balanga, to open Residencia Sacerdotal, as venue for treatment for these patients.
  • Continuous sanitation and disinfection procedure in  all hospitals, hotels, and public places, buildings and offices in Bataan.
  • We have resumed our 1Bataan Seal of Healthy Barangay program that awards P50k cash incentive for the barangay that has charted outstanding accomplishments in health and environment, peace and order.
  • Our Service Delivery Network program launched in the municipality of  Samal for its pilot project, designed by UP professors,  is now operational. Hospital referral system has never been more efficient as it  gives the municipal health offices direct access to hospitals in determining availability of beds.

We recognize the unfortunate situation that most of our kababayans have to face today, losing their jobs or businesses.

  • PESO contact center where they can call and inquire for job vacancies. Job matching becomes a priority so that work opportunities can open for our people
  • We have also activated where people can go to find available job opportunities for them
  • The department of Agriculture has also done its share in opening up small business opportunities for farmers and fish growers by distributing cows, carabaos, and chicks, fingerlings and seedlings in every municipality for purposes of starting their own small enterprise where they are.
  • Freeport and ecozones are back in operation. 26,000 workers at the Freeport Area of Bataan is already back to work.
    Ecozones in Hermosa and Subic have started to open up as well as industrial parks, urban centers, and enterprise zones.
    New investments coming in even during this time of the pandemic

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