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Bible Study / Salmo 81
« on: May 24, 2020, 06:15:06 AM »
Psalms 81
 1  Pag-awit sa makusog ngadto sa Dios nga atong kusog: Sa Dios ni Jacob managsinggit kamo ug usa ka kagahub sa kalipay.

 2  Pagpatugbaw ug usa ka awit, ug dad-a nganhi ang gagmayng tambor, Ang mananoy nga alpa uban ang salterio.

 3  Huypa ang trompeta sa bagong bulan, Sa bulan nga takdul, sa atong adlaw sa fiesta.

 4  Kay kini maoy usa ka kabalaoran alang sa Israel, Unsa ka tulomanon sa Dios ni Jacob.

 5  Iyang gitudlo kini kang Jose alang sa pagpamatuod, Sa diha nga migula siya gikan sa yuta sa Egipto, Diin hibatian ko ang usa ka sinultihan nga wala ko masabut.

 6  Gikuha ko ang iyang abaga gikan sa palas-anon: Ang iyang mga kamot gipagawas gikan sa alat.

 7  Sa kasamok ikaw misangpit, ug ako nagluwas kanimo; Gitubag ko ikaw sa dapit nga natago sa dalugdog; Nasulayan ko ikaw didto sa katubigan sa Meriba. (Selah)

 8  Patalinghug, Oh akong katawohan, ug ako magapamatuod kanimo: Oh Israel, kong ikaw magapatalinghug unta kanako!

 9  Dili ka magbaton ug lain nga dios diha kanimo; Ni magsimba ka sa bisan unsang dumuloong nga dios.

 10  Ako mao si Jehova nga imong Dios, Nga nagkuha kanimo gikan sa yuta sa Egipto: Ngangha pagdaku ang imong baba, ug pagapun-on ko kini.

 11  Apan ang akong katawohan wala magpatalinghug sa akong tingog; Ug ang Israel dili buot kanako.

 12  Busa gipasagdan ko sila sa kagahi sa ilang kasingkasing, Aron sila managlakaw sa ilang kaugalingong mga tambag.

 13  Oh, nga magpatalinghug lamang unta ang akong katawohan kanako, Aron ang Israel maglakaw unta sa akong mga dalan!

 14  Sa madali akong pagalaglagon ang ilang mga kaaway, Ug mosumbalik ang akong kamot batok sa ilang mga kabatok.

 15  Ang mga magdudumot kang Jehova managpasakup unta kaniya: Apan ang panahon nila magapadayon sa walay katapusan.

 16  Siya magpakaon usab kanila sa labing matambok sa trigo; Ug sa dugos nga gikan sa bato pagatagbawon ko ikaw

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OFW ‘Quarantine Certificates’
now available online: STG RO

TAGBILARAN CITY, Bohol, May 22, 2020 (PIA) —Expect a deluge of Boholano Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs), seafarers and returning Filipino and Boholano tourists coming home anytime soon, as the Sub Task Group for the Repatriation of OFWs (STG RO) has turned to a faster method to hasten the repatriation program.
A sub group of the Inter Agency Task Force on the Management of Emerging Infectious Diseases, the STG RO composed by the Bureau of Quarantines (BOQ) and the Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) has decided to publish the Quarantine Certificates issued to returning OFWs from abroad who have completed the mandatory facility-based quarantine.

The Department of National Defense, PCG, Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA), and the BOQ agreed on the online release of Quarantine Clearance for the OFW, Filipino seafarers, and returning Filipinos who have tested negative in their recent Reverse Transcription Polymerase Chain Reaction (RT-PCR) test, May 20, 2020.

This is in the hope that OFWs who are cleared of the viral diseases can readily rejoin their families as per agreed protocols.

According to Department of Health Undersecretary Maria Rosario Singh-Vergiere, during a town hall meeting with the Presidential Communications Operations Office Friday, that the government is keen on the RT PCR as this would be a more reliable test as this can determine the presence of the virus in asymptomatic patients.

Real time RT-PCR is a nuclear-derived method for detecting the presence of specific genetic material from any pathogen, including a virus.
The readily available Rapid Antibody Test, she explained, can only be used after the patient has exhibited symptoms of about 7 days.
As of May 21, 2020, about 14,669 overseas Filipino have been issued clearance to return home to their provinces and towns, STG RO said.
But owing to the travel restrictions and the inconveniences of lining up to claim the clearances, the STG has put up the clearance online.

Through STG RO Advisory Number 052020-001, dated May 31, the repatriation agencies had published the Quarantine certificates in the PCG websites ( and facebook page (@Philippine Coast Guard), and where OFWs concerned may download and print or screenshot their respective BOC-PCG quarantine Certificates as evidence of their health condition when returning to their respective home communities.
The same website also published the OFW’s Philippine Red Cross RT-PCR test laboratory report and a Master List of the OFWs qualified by the STG to return home.

The Advisory, signed by Admiral Joel S Garcia PCG, also said all LGUS, Local Health Offices, Regional task Forces of the National task Force COVID-19, the Armed Forces of the Philippines and the Philippine National Police Units and personnel manning checkpoints and other government units and private entities concerned are informed and enjoined to extend assistance to the qualified OFWs returning to their come communities.

And as a security measure, the STG said the authenticity of the online generated Quarantine Certificates may be counter-checked through the master List of qualified OFWs as published in the PCG website and facebook accounts.

Or, concerns relative to the authenticity of the Quarantine Certificates can be vetted by email to : or and its hotline numbers 0917-8424980, 0917842824, 09188038353 and 0998-589-3982. (rahchiu/PIA-7/Bohol)

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Covid-19 Coronavirus Update / Philippines Still on First Wave
« on: May 23, 2020, 06:18:00 AM »

Press Release / 21 May 2020 

In today’s ​Beat COVID-19 Virtual Presser ​ , Dr. Beverly Lorraine Ho, the Director of the Health Promotion and Communication Service (HPCS) of the Department of Health (DOH) clarified that the Philippines is still on its first major wave of sustained community transmission in the COVID-19 pandemic. Director Ho represented the Department today as DOH officials attended the House of Representatives Committee on Health’s briefing on the current COVID-19 situation.

“​Kung matatandaan ninyo po - local community transmission happened nung nagsimula tayong mag-report ng cases sa mga kababayan nating na walang exposure sa mga positive cases o kaya’y walang travel history,” said Dir. Ho. 

Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque explained that both interpretations about the country being in the first and second wave are factually correct. We are presently in the first wave when we consider sustained community transmission; and in the second wave when we take into account the first three (3) imported cases in January. The DOH and the rest of the Executive branch are aligned that the Philippines is presently experiencing the first waveof sustained community transmission.

Dir. Ho also reiterated that it is this wave that had peaked on March 31 when the highest number of positive cases in a day was recorded at 538. Since then, the number of cases has declined to around 220 cases per day -- one indicator why DOH declared that we have started to flatten the curve.  

“We hope this does not in any way distract us from what we really need to do to change the course of this pandemic permanently,” Dir. Ho noted. “The power to change the course of this pandemic lies in all of us - how flat the curve is and how long it will remain so nakasalalay yun sa atin, to you and me and how good we are keeping in with the minimum public health standards,” she added.

“​Kumbaga sa grade ​sa ​ classroom, perfect ​ba tayo sa ating ​ homework -- a​ng paghugas ng kamay, ​ physical distancing, wearing masks, regular disinfection. And when you have cough or any symptoms, make sure you practice cough etiquette and keep yourself isolated because, remember, the most efficient spreaders are those who are experiencing symptoms,” Dir. Ho emphasized.  

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Bohol News Archive / New City Hall: Soon a Reality
« on: May 21, 2020, 05:11:15 PM »
New City Hall: Soon a Reality
By: Fiel Angeli E. Araoarao-Gabin
Published by Sunday Post on December 9, 2001

A NEW P86 million city government building which shall house the city offices and some national agencies may not be far behind, as the City Development Council (CDC) has strongly recommended its construction beginning year 2002.

During a recent meeting, the council appropriated P15 million for the project. This amount will be taken from the city's 20 percent Development Fund.

This is in addition to the P6 million building trust fund already available.

It may be recalled that when City Mayor Jose Torralba took his oath with a renewed commitment to continue the remarkable pace of the city's development during the 35th Tagbilaran City Charter Day Program last July 1 - in the presence of Senator Loren Legarda-Leviste and Gov. Erico Aumentado, he has included the implementation of the said project among his policy directions for the next three years.

He saw the need to relocate the present seat of government to a much secure, safer and spacious area. He has also requested for P5 million from Sen. Legarda-Leviste for the construction of the City Hall.

Recently, Mayor Torralba received letter from Oscar Mabilog, president and Chief Executive Officer of the Philippine Office for Substance Abuse Prevention (PhilOSAP) informing him that the office of Senate President Franklin Drilon has put in P2 million for the project.

Also, Director Normando Toledo of the Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG)-Office of the Project Development

Services has furnished the Office of City Mayor a copy of the letter to Executive Secretary Alberto Romulo regarding the possible funding allocation under the Local Government Service Equalization Fund (LGSEF).

Director Elizabeth Gonzales, head of the Office for Special Projects, Presidential Management Staff earlier requested the mayor for a detailed project proposal to include the objectives, technical data, critical activities and project after the city sought for a P50 million financial assistance from the Office of the President.

The city government is also considering contracting a P30 million loan from the Development Bank of the Philippines (DBP) to complete the P86 million needed to complete the building.

During the meeting of the City Executive Advisory Council (CEAC), city engineer Pianicita Castolo set up the perspective and features of the proposed City Hall and government center. It will include carpark, basement, mezzanine, and a shopping mall at the rooftop, totaling four storeys.

The recommended site is a vast expanse of over five hectare government-owned lot located near the City Engineering Office compound and the Bohol Agricultural Promotions Center (APC) in the city's Cogon and Dao Districts.

The building will occupy a floor area of more than 5,000 square meters.

In the same meeting, it was agreed in mass motion to authorize solicitation schemes to put up common fund for the city hall. (FIEL ANGELI E. ARAOARAO-GABIN/City Information Office)

Published by Sunday Post on December 9, 2001

Plane flights commercial, not tests by student pilot

THE early morning flights of small planes these past few weeks are commercial flights, not test flights made by student pilots.

Airport manager Justo Cabahug of the Air Transportation Office (ATO Tagbilaran) here issued the clarification to allay fears expressed by some residents that a repeat of the freak accident a few months back might happen.

Manned by a budding pilot, that plane cartwheeled upon landing, earning the fellow some broken ribs, a broken arm and a broken leg.

The city airport was busy lately however because this plane manned by a commercial pilot went to and fro filling orders for milkfish or bangus fry from Bohol to Dumaguete and Butuan cities.

Fry are best transported by plane. Outside of their habitat, these are delicate. To ensure a high survival rate, they are best transported as quickly as possible to their new "home." This plane, Cabahug explained, puts in flights only during fry harvest season.

As a secondary airport, Tagbilaran has complete facilities and meets all requirements of pilot training schools.

As early as August 1984, retired Brig. Gen. Jesus Singson of the Philippine Air Force and director for air transportation of ATO issued a memorandum circular to all pilot training schools.

The memorandum states that in the interest of safety and in accordance with requirements prescribed in an earlier administrative order, pilot schools must have aircraft with functioning VHF two-way radio contact with the control tower.

The pilot, it continued, must make his first solo flight in an aerodrome with control tower and firefighting facilities except at the Manila and Mactan airports, and the budding pilots must not land on or take off from an airport's operational traffic circuit.

Along this line, when the Lahug airport closed down, the chief of the air traffic service in Mactan wrote to the DOTC assistant secretary, ATO and the Ninoy Aquino International Airport, recommending the Tagbilaran airport for training flights because it is less affected by other air traffic.

However, Cabahug advises aspiring pilots not to fly out in the mornings because of relatively heavy traffic compared to the afternoons.

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