Governor Douglas Cagas thanked the Pag-IBIG Fund Digos Branch for presenting its accomplishment report this morning at the Davao del Sur Coliseum in Matti, Digos City, during the Monday Convocation Program.
New Branch Head Maggie D. Cabali along with Members Services 1- Digos MJB Lloyd Rene J. Puga, and Services Officer 3 Ray Jun Ebrano spearheaded the presentation of their office’s accomplishments in 2020 and the continuity of their program amid difficulties caused by the pandemic, which had little effect on their operations.
Governor Cagas, on the other hand, was concerned about the 135,000 new COVID-19 cases recorded across the country yesterday, April 4, 2021. He claims that the number of cases in Metro Manila is higher than in Davao del Sur because of their continuous mass testing. Meanwhile, since we do not perform mass testing in our province, the number of confirmed covid-19 cases could be higher, which is why we should stay vigilant.
The governor encouraged all to continue to follow minimum health protocols such as hand washing, wearing a face mask and face shield, and maintaining social distancing. “Help us continue to remind our people that our best protection from these diseases is to comply with minimum public health protocols,” Governor Cagas said.