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DOLE-Isabela Field Office intensifies clean up drive to wage war against spread of COVID-19, dengue



Promotion of safe and healthy work environment is one of the department’s advocacies to protect workers against all forms of health hazards and threats, and the government’s overriding interest to spare the members of the humanity against the onslaught of this modern-day phenomenon.

The Department of Labor and Employment – Isabela Field Office (DOLE – IFO) has intensified its clean up drive every Friday of the week as part of its promotion of clean environment and to support the call of the City Government of Ilagan for clean-up, sanitation and disinfection to curb the spread of dreaded diseases.

Evelyn U. Yango, DOLE – IFO Provincial Director said the City Government of Ilagan has circulated yesterday an Executive Order urging local residents, public and private offices’ workers, and business establishments owners to be pro-active in preventing and containing the spread of COVID-19.

As government employees, we should be the first one to demonstrate obedience to the laws or directives promulgated by the government, therefore, at least 50 permanent, casual and contractual staffs participated in the clean-up drive today,” Yango said.

The staffs completed the sanitation and disinfection of the office premises, and backyard cleaning, pruning of trees and grass cutting outside the office’s building. This is one of the preventive measures for the possible outbreak of dengue fever with the advent of the rainy season.

We would like to do the clean-up drive a Friday habit here in Isabela office not only for the protection of the staff here against the attack of the diseases but also for our walk-in clients who average around 100 daily,” Yango said. ###

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