MERGE Thermal scanning as a precaution against the spread of COVID-19 is now being conducted on passengers while onboard vehicles at the border of Talisay and Bacolod cities.* (Andy Alvarez photo)

Ensure supply route
for food, mayors told

Negros Occidental Gov. Eugenio Jose Lacson issued a memorandum yesterday directing all mayors in Negros Occidental to ensure that normal supply routes of goods and food supplies remain unhampered.

Lacson and Bacolod Mayor Evelio Leonardia also met at the Capitol in Bacolod City Tuesday to synchronize the implementation of precautionary measures against the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19).

During the meeting they agreed on setting up express lanes for medical emergencies, health workers, government officials, armored vehicles of banks, perishable food and goods, and essential basic commodities, Provincial Administrator Rayfrando Diaz said. moremoremore

Bing gives malls
options to fight Covid-19

Bacolod Mayor Evelio Leonardia issued Executive Advisory No. 1, series of 2020 yesterday appealing to the eight big malls in Bacolod City to consider options as soon as possible to help stop the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19).

The advisory was directed to SM City, Robinsons Mall, City Mall Mandalagan and Golden Fields, Gaisano Mall, 888 Chinatown Square, 888 Premiere and Ayala Malls Capitol Central.

In the advisory, the mayor asked the malls to consider singly or in combination: moremoremore


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Ceneco extends payment deadline

Consumers and business establishments in Negros Occidental will have an extra 15 days to settle their monthly bills at the Central Negros Electric Cooperative Inc., the utility firm announced yesterday.

Ceneco said in an advisory that due to the coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19) threat, the health of its member-consumers is their concern.

“In view of the leniency of our power suppliers and the National Grid Corporation of the Philippines in extending the due dates of power bills, Ceneco is likewise extending the due dates of the electricity bills,” it said.