Davao de Oro Governor Jayvee Uy Positive for COVID-19
by Sandy Ghaz
January 20, 2022
COVID-Positive Davao de Oro Governor Jayvee Uy Speaks on Condition Now
Davao de Oro Governor Jayvee Tyron Uy announced on social media that he tested positive for COVID-19 with “mild” symptoms.
The rise in the COVID-19 cases in the Philippines urged the authorities to re-impose stricter measures in some parts of the country with high cases of the disease. Extended until the end of January 2022, Metro Manila remains under Alert Level 3 and several other areas outside the capital region with high coronavirus cases are also under the same measure.
In Metro Manila, there are current restrictions on the mobility of unvaxxed individuals. The Department of Tourism (DOTr) is implementing the “No Vaxx, No Ride” policy in the National Capital Region (NCR). The government is boosting the vaccination efforts to fight the increase of the COVID-19 cases and the possible spread of the Omicron variant.
Several known personalities in the country tested positive for COVID-19. Some of them are key officials in the government.
Recently, Davao de Oro Governor Jayvee Tyron Uy announced that he tested positive for COVID-19. On Facebook, Uy revealed that he experienced COVID-19 symptoms so he opted to undergo swab testing and it yielded positive results. Meanwhile, he is thankful to God that he is “well and good”. He is having mild colds and cough.
According to the Davao de Oro Governor, he will isolate for 7 to 10 days depending on the recommendation of the doctors and he has already informed all those he had close contact with so they can isolate. He will continue working while he remains in isolation and maximizes the use of digital platforms.
Uy reminded the public to be extra careful as COVID-19 is still present around. He cited the importance of the wearing of face masks, the practice of social distancing, getting vaccinated, and regular washing of hands.
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