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MORE Power President Roel Castro Addresses Concerns on Power Rates

MORE Power President Roel Castro Addresses Concerns on Power Rates: In a radio interview on RMN Iloilo with Radyoman Don Dolido and Radyoman Ronel Sorbito, More Electric and Power Corporation (More Power Iloilo) President Roel Castro addressed issues surrounding the distribution utility’s power rates. On the disparity of power rates between Iloilo City and provincial… Continue reading MORE Power President Roel Castro Addresses Concerns on Power Rates

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Three Millennials Take the Lead in Serving Local Community

#JaniuayWaayBayaay is the hashtag that defines the passion of three millennials serving their community in Janiuay. The trio, composed of Dr. Gracia Marie Dureza-Loffe, Atty. Mayen Mar Estandarte Gulmatico, and Nurse Jemar Coscolluela Alerta, lives by the principle that they are for the people – indi maka administrasyon, indi maka opposition (not with the administration… Continue reading Three Millennials Take the Lead in Serving Local Community

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The Medical City Iloilo Launches Health is Essential, Do Not Delay

The Medical City Iloilo Launches Health is Essential, Do Not Delay: To highlight the importance of health and not delaying healthcare services during this time of the pandemic, The Medical City (TMC) Iloilo recently launched the “Health is Essential, Do Not Delay” campaign. Aimed at making the public understanding the benefit of having early consultation… Continue reading The Medical City Iloilo Launches Health is Essential, Do Not Delay

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MORE Ways to Pay Your Electric Bill

MORE Ways to Pay Your Electric Bill: More Electric and Power Corporation (More Power Iloilo) has expanded ways for consumers to pay their electricity bills. In a recent post, More Power understands how going out and long lines can be troublesome, especially with the ongoing health scare. The distribution utility shares that, with its third-party… Continue reading MORE Ways to Pay Your Electric Bill

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More Power: Electrical Safety Tips to Keep Your Home Safe

Electrical Safety Tips: More Electric and Power Corporation (More Power Iloilo), being Iloilo City’s official distribution utility, is always fervent in keeping quality electricity distribution in place with maintenance activities, modernization efforts, and prompt troubleshooting. Apart from this, they are also consistent in publishing electrical safety tips via social media to remind the public to… Continue reading More Power: Electrical Safety Tips to Keep Your Home Safe

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Iloilo City Appeals for Opening of Non-Essential Businesses

Iloilo City appeals for the opening of non-essential businesses: The Iloilo City Government, in a social media post, revealed that it has sent a letter of appeal, dated August 16, to the Inter-Agency Task Force for the Management of Emerging Infectious Diseases (IATF) to allow the reopening of non-essential businesses in the city. “We appealed… Continue reading Iloilo City Appeals for Opening of Non-Essential Businesses

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Jalaur River Project Implementation Remains Ahead of Schedule

Jalaur River Multi-Purpose Project implementation remains ahead of schedule: The implementation of Iloilo’s biggest irrigation development project is still right on track amidst the heightened quarantine status in the Province and City of Iloilo. Heeding the need for the 11.2 billion Jalaur River Multi-Purpose Project Stage II (JRMP II) to be completed by the end… Continue reading Jalaur River Project Implementation Remains Ahead of Schedule

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93% of COVID Deaths Unvaccinated

Ninety-three percent of COVID deaths unvaccinated: The Iloilo City Government, in a social media post, reveals that 93% of COVID-19 deaths were unvaccinated, data as of the first week of August showed. These were the 226 deaths out of 243 deaths from January 1 to August 7 as verified by the City Epidemiology and Surveillance… Continue reading 93% of COVID Deaths Unvaccinated

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Iloilo City to Register 12 to 17 Years Old for COVID Vax

Iloilo City to Register 12 to 17 Years Old for COVID Vax: The Iloilo City Government, in a social media post, announced that the local government has started considering to list those below 18 years of age for vaccine administration by October, following a recommendation by the National Task Force Against COVID-19. Related: Vaccine in Iloilo… Continue reading Iloilo City to Register 12 to 17 Years Old for COVID Vax

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Iloilo City Secures P414 M Worth COVID-19 Vaccine

Iloilo City secures P414 M worth of COVID-19 vaccine: Iloilo City Mayor Jerry Treñas, in a social media post, revealed that the Iloilo City Government has procured a total of Php 414 million worth of vaccines to achieve 85% herd immunity and ensure the safety of all Ilonggos. In an August 04 update, 21.20% (111,295)… Continue reading Iloilo City Secures P414 M Worth COVID-19 Vaccine