Relief goods for Siargao stuck for two days in Surigao

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Relief goods for Siargao stuck for two days in Surigao #ThisIsOurMindanao

Relief goods for Siargao stuck for two days in Surigao ThisIsOurMindanao

GENERAL LUNA, Siargao Island (MindaNews / 15 January) — Relief goods and construction materials for survivors of super typhoon ‘Odette’ is Siargao were stuck in Surigao …

By - January 15, 2022 11:53 pm GENERAL LUNA, Siargao Island (MindaNews / 15 January) — Relief goods and construction materials for survivors of super typhoon ‘Odette’ is Siargao were stuck in Surigao City for two days due to inclement weather.0 THE Chief Executive has signed a law reducing the preferential tax rate of 10 percent to 1 percent imposed on proprietary educational institutions.Waylon Galvez Despite more and more personnel of Philippine Coast Guard getting infected with the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), the PCG leadership assured that their relief operations to areas affected by typhoon “Odette” last month will still continue.But case rates are still higher in this region than any other, and experts say it will be weeks before any change can be declared a trend.

A ‘no sail’ order was issued by the Philippine Coast Guard in Surigao del Norte on January 13 because of the weather.As a result, government agencies and humanitarian agencies could not bring goods from the mainland to Siargao Island.“Hospitals which are nonprofit and proprietary educational institutions shall pay a tax of 10 percent on their taxable income, except those covered by Subsection [D] hereof: Provided, that beginning July 1, 2020 until June 30, 2023, the tax rate herein imposed shall be 1 percent,” the law read.Residents in Burgos town in Siargao Island, Surigao del Norte continue to live in makeshift dwellings a month after super typhoon ‘Odette’ made landfall here at 1:30 p.14, that measures were done to ensure that Coast Guard members who were infected by the virus while deployed in relief missions will be given immediate medical attention.m.Representative Joey Salceda of Albay, chair of the Lower House’s Ways and Means Committee who authored the bill, earlier said the new law is expected to aid private schools in hiring more teachers and keeping existing staff through tax relief.on 16 December 2022.On Tuesday, New York Gov.

Residents await help to rebuild or repair their houses.They already had to fire [some] due to the pandemic.“The relief operations, it’s still a long way.MindaNews photo taken on January 13, 2022 by ROEL N.CATOTO Dapa Councillor Gerry Abejo told MindaNews that the order has been lifted and travel has resumed starting Saturday.He noted that applying the reduced 1-percent preferential rate under RA 11534 or the Corporate Recovery and Tax Incentives for Enterprises, known as CREATE Act, until 2023 would allow schools to save an equivalent of 3.King Mordeno of Junior Chamber International Surigao said the medicines they are donating to Siargao hospitals were among those that were stranded because of the weather.Last Thursday, Jan.“Bad weather has been causing delays to our efforts on the ground,” said Richard Sharpe, who has been helping in relief efforts in Siargao.RA 11635 was passed as Senate Bill 2407 on September 27, 2021, and adopted by Congress as an amendment to House Bill 9913 two days later."We remain squarely within our Omicron wave in New York City, whether looking at cases, hospitalizations, or deaths due to COVID-19," according to a statement from the city's health department.

His GI sheets, plywood, among other construction items were stranded in Surigao.“Since New Year, it’s been bad weather, causing logistical problems to our relief efforts,” he said.Majority of the COVID-19 cases in the PCG were from the National Headquarters, prompting the lockdown of its offices starting last Monday.Erik Reinnermann, a Filipino-German who is involved in humanitarian work in Siargao said bad weather “has been dampening our relief and rehabilitation work,” he said.(Roel N.Catoto / MindaNews).In an effort to lessen the interaction of PCG personnel coming from Manila to various provinces in Visayas and Mindanao to deliver relief goods, the Coast Guard has tapped the assistance of the Philippine Ports Authority.But she noted that the trends remain in flux.

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