NDMC Personnel Gets Informed Over COVID Vaccination

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Regina Student Publication
Will COVID 19 Vaccination end the dreaded pandemic? Will this vaccination be effective for life? Do we see the coming of the old normal?
 These are but some of the many questions hovering everyone’s mind during the Personnel Assembly last March 22. 
The highlight of the assembly was the COVID 19 Vaccination Update.  Dr. Vivencio V. Deomampo, Municipal Councilor of LGU Midsayap and the Incident Commander of the Emergency Operation Center was the speaker who expressed the need for the herd immunity to address the transmission of corona virus. 
He laid down the truth over fake information about COVID vaccine. He enumerated the available COVID vaccine available in the Philippines such as Sinovac and Astra Zeneca along with its efficacy and reliability to ward off the virus from one’s body. 
Ms. Laila Mae Lagmay, a nurse from RHU also took the opportunity to elaborate the vaccination process and the protocols to be observed. M. Lagmay also reminded the assembly that it is best to pre-register for the COVID vaccination as it facilitates ease and order the vaccination process, before, during and after.
There might still be anxiety whether to avail the free COVID vaccination but one thing is clear – it is the best line of defense against COVID 19 infection and untimely death.
During the VPAA’s time, Engr. Ronniel D. Labio, MIT mentioned about the implementation of the Learning Environment Survey in the time of pandemic. The survey tool will undergo refitting to resonate the online teaching modality. The academic council is scheduled to discuss the new LES tool on March 25.
Mrs. Eva C. Sison, MPA , the Human Resource Development and Management Officer  has reminded the personnel to select the group’s leader for the Sportsfest.
Mr. Rey D. Postrado, NDMPA President set the sports vibe by telling the different leaders to fill in the sports line up for the upcoming

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