News story: Talent Management

first_imgODP talent biography and indicators of potentialTo better understand the skills, experience, aspirations and needs of you as a Grade 6, 7 or SCS, we have developed, in conjunction with Senior Leaders across ODP, our talent biography and indicators of potential for operational delivery.The ODP indicators of potential are specific attributes or skills that are required in the operational delivery environment at Senior Levels.The ODP talent biography is a template for you, as leaders at Grade 7 and above, to complete during your career conversations with your line manager.It’s our way of capturing key information about you, and also an opportunity for you to share with us how you are planning to develop your skills and career. We use this information to understand how the profession can best support you.Within the biography you can tell us if you are looking for a move into a new role, this will allow us to share appropriate opportunities directly with you.The information you share with us is all held securely in accordance with GDPR, outlined in our privacy notice, by the ODP Central Talent Team and used for talent management purposes only. You can view our Privacy Notice on Civil Service Learning here – ODP and your data.Whilst providing you with multiple individual benefits, the data also enables us as a Profession to consider other issues such as succession planning.If you are interested in completing your ODP biography and viewing the ODP specific Indicators of Potential, please contact the team at [email protected] talent schemesIf you are Grade 7 and above, cross-government accelerated development schemes, such as the Future Leaders and Senior Leaders Schemes, are a great way to help you build on your existing skills and develop new ones.Representation has historically been lower than other professions and we are keen to increase the ODP presence.Quality conversations between you and your manager enable you to agree career goals and aspirations which may encourage you to explore an accelerated development scheme.We have previously supported applicants throughout the stages of application by facilitating calls with CS Talent and ODP scheme alumni who provide personal experience and insight.We want to see more of our skilled people taking advantage of these opportunities, building skills and capabilities to progress their career.If you want to know more about the Corporate Talent Schemes available, please email: [email protected] usFor more information, email: [email protected] For everyone within the Operational Delivery Profession, we are developing a Loans, Shadowing and Interchange tool and our ODP Career Framework to empower and support you to make your own career decisions and share talent across government. We can offer ODP vacancy support & development of talent biographies at Grade 7 and above and support for corporate leadership schemes. We also analyse the makeup of the profession to assist with strategic workforce planning.These strands work together to ensure we offer operational delivery professionals a fulfilling career.Loans, shadowing and interchangeWe are developing a Loans, Shadowing and Interchange tool which will allow the transfer and sharing of talent across government.If you work within the profession you’ll be able to log in and register for opportunities, whether they are short term loans to another department, or a learning opportunity.The platform will also give you the opportunity to propose shadowing or mentoring relationships with colleagues across the profession.Helping our leaders progressIf you are currently a Grade 6, 7 or Senior Civil Servant (SCS), we can offer you the information, guidance and opportunities to progress your career within the Operational Delivery Profession and wider.Our offer is designed to build and develop capability within the profession, ensuring that you have the right skills to lead complex operational teams.Helping you to be the best operational leader, will in turn help your teams to deliver and gives both you and your teams the opportunity to develop and progress your careers.Our analysis of the ODP helps support succession planning to ensure we have the right people, in the right place, at the right time.We are working with Strategic Workforce Planners across government, to gain an understanding of what more can be done at a profession level.Vacancy supportIf you have a Grade 7 or above vacancy our ODP Vacancy Support Service gives you the opportunity to advertise to advertise to a targeted pool of ODP professionals providing an extra layer of coverage for the role you are promoting.We will discuss your vacancy with you and offer a variety of approaches, including: If a vacancy is already live on Civil Service Jobs (or another departmental jobs page or portal), we can provide valuable coverage of the role by sending targeted e-mails and promotional activity through social media channels.If you are interested in using our vacancy support service or want to know more information, please email the team at [email protected]center_img targeting members of our profession to share your opportunity marketing temporary opportunities (for example via expressions of interest) promoting vacancies through our social media channelslast_img read more

Umphrey’s McGee Goes Acoustic, Jams With All Of TAUK In Texas Finale

first_imgUmphrey’s McGee wrapped up a four-night run in the Southern US, with shows in Houston, Tulsa, Austin, and finally, Dallas. The band hit the House of Blues in Dallas, TX last night, pouring their hearts into one final Southern show with TAUK on as support.The show featured two power-packed sets, opening with “Lucid State” which jammed into “Get in The Van.” After a great pairing of “All In Time > Walletsworth,” guitarists Brendan Bayliss and Jake Cinninger for acoustic versions of “Gone for Good” and “Uncle Wally.” The set continued with “Utopian Fir,” with a “Sabbath Bloody Sabbath” jam, and a “Walk The Proud Land” with “Low Rider” teases.Watch footage of “Gone For Good” from Steve Moyles below:For the finale of the first set, the band brought out all four members of TAUK, Alric Carter, Charlie Dolan, Isaac Teel, and Matt Jalbert for a performance of “Booth Love.” Isaac Teel also returned in the encore, for a “Drums” jam session. With a second set “Bridgeless” sandwich with “2×2,” “Mulche’s Odyssey,” “August,” “Final Word” and Led Zeppelin’s “Kashmir,” the band was on fire for the whole night. They ended the show, and the run, with “All In Time,” reprising the song from set one.Listen to the full show below, courtesy of taper Don Olker: Check out the full setlist via All Things Umphrey’s below:Setlist: Umphrey’s McGee at House of Blues, Dallas, TX – 4/23/16Set 1: Lucid State > Get In The Van, All In Time > Walletsworth, Gone for Good[1], Uncle Wally[1], Utopian Fir[2] -> Walk the Proud Land[3] > Booth Love[4]Set 2: Bridgeless -> 2×2[5], Mulche’s Odyssey, Kashmir, August -> Final Word > August > BridgelessEncore: Drums[6] > All In Time[1] with Brendan and Jake on acoustics[2] with Sabbath Bloody Sabbath (Black Sabbath) jam[3] with Low Rider (War) teases[4] with Alric Carter on keyboards, Charlie Dolan and Isaac Teel on percussion, and Matt Jalbert on guitar[5] with Mind Left Body (Kanter/Garcia) jam[6] with Isaac Teel on percussionlast_img read more

Your credit union: More than a financial institution

first_imgSometimes we get so caught up in our work, in doing what we do, we forget about the impact that work has on so many people’s lives. This is so true in the credit union movement. The positive effect credit unions have on their members is truly remarkable. We feel knowing and really understanding this is greatly beneficial to the movement. With this in mind, CU24 interviewed credit union members from all across the country. The following is the result of those interviews. Please enjoy and perhaps keep its message in mind on days when you need a little motivation.-MGWhen asked, most people don’t really understand the difference between credit unions and banks, and they certainly don’t understand how these differences can positively impact their lives.But Jaycob A. of Chico, California does.For Jaycob, being a credit union member meant having the means to pay off a high utility bill during the busy 2014 holiday season.A few years ago, Jaycob’s Sacramento-based credit union, announced that it had made more money than expected for the year — which meant the institution would distribute $18 million among all of its members. The timing was serendipitous; although Jaycob’s share amounted to less than $100, the feeling of security that washed over him when he saw that the money had been deposited into his checking account, was something he couldn’t put a price on.“Since I was a college student at the time, every dollar was important,” said Jaycob. “I used the money to help with the utility bills that I was splitting with my 6 housemates. I couldn’t have imagined a bank ever returning the earnings to their customers like that.”Stories like his are common, though largely unreported. This is due in large part to the idea that while the financial advantages of a credit union are well understood, what often gets lost in their messaging is just how those advantages — like low interest rates for auto loans and personal assistance in making purchasing decisions — translate to real-life situations that are clearly impacted by these actions. However, while millennials like Jaycob are driving credit union growth — and now account for 25% of credit union membership, according to a recent TransUnion report released in August — members of all ages have stories of how their credit union either helped them get out of a stressful or sticky financial situation, or helped them obtain money for something they needed, when a bank refused to budge.For 38-year-old credit union member Amanda B., of Las Vegas, Nevada, having a credit union was like having a partner to support her at critical points in her adult life.In addition to helping Amanda finance her first, brand new car at an “incredible” rate of 2% for 5 years, her credit union offered a personal loan with a low 6% rate when no other financial institutions would consider her because she was only 19 at the time. As a result, Amanda was able to save some money to pursue her dream of studying abroad.“In recent years, they have helped me to recover from bad credit due to the recession,” said Amanda, who’s been a member of her credit union for more than 20 years. “They understand hard times fall on people and offer a reasonable lending hand. The personal customer service I’ve experienced makes me feel like credit unions really do care and are there to support all my banking needs.Forty-two-year-old Ana M.’s credit union, also had her back at several critical, life junctures; most recently, when she needed to move back home after years of living abroad.“Upon my return to the U.S. last year, they were quick to get me a new car loan and even had someone come with me to the car dealership,” said Ana, adding that she and her spouse plan to use their credit union when they buy their first house. “They always assist me over the phone whenever I need, and I always speak directly with a live person, with minimal waiting time.”Don T., a 73-year-old retired federal government employee, also leaned on his credit union when he bought his first home in the 1970s and second home in the 1980s. But his 40-year-loyalty to his credit union dates back to a more desperate time, when, in his early 20s, he was a “dirt poor,” newlywed, college graduate — driving a car on its last legs.“My wife and I had limited savings,” recalled Don. “We were considering borrowing money and purchasing a used car until I came across some information at work about their credit union.”After stopping by that credit union’s office, he learned that the credit union offered not just a great loan rate for a new car, but also assistance in navigating the purchasing process with the dealer, in order to get the best price.“The credit union had special relationships with local dealers that brought the price of a new car within reason for us,” said Don. “The terms of the loan obtained through the credit union made it possible for us to become proud new car owners while staying within our budget.”Adhering to a budget was also a challenge for 37-year-old Cathleen M., of Fairfield, Connecticut. To this day, she refers to her credit union as a “lifesaver” during her college years.“I was able to take advantage of a really low auto loan rate through them, which helped me save money while my car was being financed,” said Cathleen. “Not long after that, I also opened up a credit card with them after I realized they offered the lowest interest rate.”Without her credit union, Cathleen said she would have potentially owed thousands of dollars in interest, and remained clueless as to how to use a credit card to establish good credit. Unlike many of her bank-member friends, today, Cathleen is debt-free, setting aside her mortgage.“I’m so grateful now for the help that my credit union has provided me with. In college, there were so many high interest rate, credit card offers being thrown around. I had a lot of friends who wound up taking advantage of these offers and were left with a load of debt,” said Cathleen.“But not me.” 63SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr,Mansel Guerry Mansel Guerry is President and CEO of CU24, operator of the country’s largest credit union-owned POS and surcharge-free ATM networks, and also provides a range of other services to … Web: Detailslast_img read more

The 41st session of the CNTB Tourist Board was held

first_imgThe 41st session of the CNTB Tourist Board was held at the Ministry of Tourism, at which the members of the Council were presented with proposals for a public call by the Croatian National Tourist Board for grants to destination management companies in 2019 and presented information on the organization of the annual congress of the British Tourism Professionals of Travel and Tourism which will be held in Split from 10 to 12 June 2019 and whose household Split won in competition with Barcelona and Genoa. “Our tourism is high quality and important for the entire economy, so it is important to enable its further progress through the legal framework – we are in the process of adopting a reform package of tourism laws that will decentralize, depoliticize the system, with stronger professionalization and contribution to balanced development., pointed out the Minister of Tourism of the Republic of Croatia and the President of the Croatian Tourist Board Gari Cappelli.At the session of the Tourist Board of the CNTB, the Public Invitation for granting support to programs of destination management companies in 2019 was adopted, ie for package arrangements or tours consisting of transport, accommodation and other tourist services intended for market segments of special interest.We add that the Tourist Board also adopted a proposal for a decision on granting temporary jurisdiction over the Slovak market to the director of a representative office in the Czech Republic based in Prague. In 2019, a total of HRK 26 million was provided.last_img read more

Mesut Ozil’s intentions after Arsenal Europa League squad snub

first_imgAdvertisement Advertisement Metro Sport ReporterThursday 8 Oct 2020 12:00 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link4.3kShares Arteta cut Ozil from his Europa League squad (Picture: Pool/Getty)He intends to remain at training and be ready to play if he is called upon. It was not totally unexpected for the German playmaker that he would be left out.Once it became apparent there were too many non-homegrown players in the Arsenal squad, he feared he faced the chop.More: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man CityHe could face the same fate in Arsenal’s Premier League squad, should the Gunners fail to offload some players before the domestic transfer window shuts.Sokratis Papastathopoulos, William Saliba and Gabriel Martinelli were the other players left out of the squad.Martinelli is out of action until the New Year due to injury, while Saliba could complete a domestic loan move away.Will Mesut Ozil play for Arsenal again?Yes0%No0%Share your resultsShare your resultsTweet your resultsFollow Metro Sport across our social channels, on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.For more stories like this, check our sport page. Comment Ozil was left out of Arsenal’s Europa League squad (Picture: Getty Images)Mesut Ozil and his representatives were not surprised at being left out of Arsenal’s Europa League squad but he remains determined to keep training hard and be ready when called upon. The German World Cup winner has been frozen out by Gunners boss Mikel Arteta and hasn’t featured since football’s return in July. The Europa League represented an opportunity for him to stake his claims to return to the fold, having not featured since March, but Arteta has elected to leave him out of the squad entirely. Arsenal were hoping to offload Ozil – the club’s top earner on £350,000-a-week – this summer but a suitable offer never arrived and he has publicly stated his desire to see out the end of his contract. AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENTWhile Ozil has been a part of first-team training this week, the former Real Madrid man looks set for an extended spell without any gametime. However, according to The Athletic, his stance hasn’t changed. Mesut Ozil’s intentions after Arsenal Europa League squad snublast_img read more

Strategy key to selling success

first_imgREIQ Townsville Zone chairman Wayne Nicholson shares his strategies for selling success.I recently read a wonderful book call Monash’s Masterpiece by Peter FitzSimons. The book is about Australia’s most acclaimed wartime General during the first world war. Monash changed the way wars were fought. At the time battles were waged in trenches – men would go over the top, get cut down by enemy fire and then more would go over the top and more would be cut down. Monash changed this strategy and used a variety of tactics to outsmart our enemies. If you have any interest in our war history I urge you to read this book. More from news01:21Buyer demand explodes in Townsville’s 2019 flood-affected suburbs12 Sep 202001:21‘Giant surge’ in new home sales lifts Townsville property market10 Sep 2020Why am I telling you this? To me there is a real synergy between Monash’s battle plans to take the town of Hamel in 1916 and sellers wanting to sell their property in our market. Like Monash’s winning wartime strategy, selling a property successfully is a combination of many things and not just one or two things required to win the battle. Firstly, you must plan your assault on the market with your REIQ agent and then together work that plan meticulously. Write down all of things you need to do to bring about a successful sale. Things like, make certain the yard is green and tidy and the shrubs are pruned. Make certain that paint touch ups are done where necessary and the carpets receive a steam clean. Unclutter the cluttered bedrooms or living areas and place a few strategic bunches of flowers for open days. Chose a soothing background music CD to play softly at opens. Arrange to have the pets well tethered or absent for inspections as some may not love your pets the way you do. Ensure there is a nice incense or air freshener providing a lovely citrus or forest style scent throughout and some lit candles are a nice touch and soothing to the buyers. Some sellers and agents offer cold bottles of water to prospective buyers and, probably most importantly in our Townsville summers, make certain you turn the airconditioning on and cool the house prior to the agent arriving for the open home. Make sure the pool is sparkling if you have one and turn the spa on also. All these things plus anything else you consider will be beneficial, must all be done. The assault on the market place must be designed, planned and executed in concert for maximum effect.last_img read more

Klaipedos Nafta makes new audit committee appointments

first_imgImage courtesy of Klaipedos NaftaKlaipedos Nafta, the operator of Lithuania’s only LNG import terminal, said it has appointed Laura Garbenčiūtė-Bakienė and Andrius Varanavičius as independent members of the audit committee. Klaipedos Nafta audit committee operates as an advisory body of the supervisory council of the company in the fields of internal control and operational risks management, with the aim of enhancing the efficiency of the operation, the company’s statement reads.Laura Garbenčiūtė-Bakienė is a member of the supervisory council of the company Investicijų ir verslo garantijos, as well as the chair of the audit and risk committee of the state enterprise Ignalinos atominė elektrinė.Her professional experience covers strategic planning, assessment of corporate operational efficiency in the fields of risk management and internal control, work with internal and external auditors and recommendations to the management, Klaipedos Nafta said.Varanavičius has been working in the international group GlaxoSmithKline since 2001, and over the last five years, he has been the financial director of the German GlaxoSmithKline Gmbh & Co.His professional experience covers activities in the fields of internal control, accounting, budget management, audit and risk management, as well as his competence in relation to companies’ compliance with requirements of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX) and financial management in line with the International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS).last_img read more

Rivers United’s Resurgence Continues with Comfortable 2-0 Away Win

first_imgRivers United are showing a new lease of life, securing back to back wins for the second time this season and move to third following Sunday’s road victory over Adamawa United. rivers united Stanley Eguma’s men cruised to a comfortable 2-0 win away from home, their second this season, with goals from Junior Osaghae (25′) and Malachi Ohawuma (87′). The result means Rivers United have now picked 18 points, same as Lobi Stars after their narrow 1-0 defeat to Akwa United. Meanwhile, league leaders Plateau United saw their lead narrowed to just three points as they failed to pick any on Sunday, falling to a heavy 3-0 defeat to Abia Warriors. Read Also:Rivers United eyes comeback against Rangers Match Day 11 Full Results:Advertisement Promoted ContentBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For ThemYou’ve Only Seen Such Colorful Hairdos In A Handful Of Anime12 Countries With The Most Impressive Technological Innovations14 Hilarious Comics Made By Women You Need To Follow Right NowTop 10 TV Characters Meant To Be Iconic6 Ridiculous Health Myths That Are Actually True5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme Parks2020 Tattoo Trends: Here’s What You’ll See This YearA Soviet Shot Put Thrower’s Record Hasn’t Been Beaten To This DayCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable WayThe Highest Paid Football Players In The World7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend Better Abia Warriors 3-0 Plateau United Adamawa United 0-2 Rivers United Akwa United 1-0 Lobi Stars FC Ifeanyi Ubah 1-0 Heartland Katsina United 3-2 Jigawa GS Sunshine Stars 1-1 Dakkada FC Warri Wolves 2-1 Kwara United FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 center_img Loading… last_img read more

Ancelotti set to discuss transfer plans with Everton directors

first_img “There are a lot of rumours, that is normal, everywhere in the world is like this. Read Also:Ancelotti ready to block Man Utd £70m transfer bid for Everton striker “We are not looking in this moment, we started on December 26 with two games and I said after January 5, we said we will have a meeting with the club and ask if it is possible to try to improve this squad.” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Loading… When pushed on new arrivals, Ancelotti insisted that conversations on transfers will be parked until after their Merseyside derby in the FA Cup on January 5. “The market is not open yet,” Ancelotti laughed.Advertisement New Everton boss, Carlo Ancelotti, hopes to discuss January plans with directors by the end of the week. Promoted ContentCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable Way8 Shows You Didn’t Want To Watch At The EndWho Earns More Than Ronaldo?Why Do So Many Digital Assistants Have Feminine Names & Voices?Birds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For ThemThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read More8 Superfoods For Growing Hair Back And Stimulating Its GrowthWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?10 Risky Jobs Some Women DoYou’ve Only Seen Such Colorful Hairdos In A Handful Of AnimeThe Highest Paid Football Players In The WorldA Guy Turns Gray Walls And Simple Bricks Into Works Of Artlast_img read more

ALIMODIAN BACK TO ECQ: Town logs 13 COVID-19 cases

first_img“Indi kita magkahadlok kag magkahangawa sa sining sitwasyon nga may ara kita nga positibo sa COVID-19,” Alonsabe told his constituents. “Most of the health workers are involved in the management and consultation of the case,” said Juanico during an emergency press conference on Monday afternoon together with Dr. Marlyn Convocar, regional director of DOH-6 and Dr. Ma. Sophia Pulmones, chief of the Local Health Support Division of DOH-6. Of the 13, five were healthcare workers including three midwives, a medical technologist and a nurse. They were all assigned at the Municipal Health Office of Alimodian. They were part of the 33 additional cases that DOH-6 confirmed yesterday and brought to 307 the total cases in Western Visayas. Alimodian’s 13 coronavirus-infected residents were part of the 33 new cases recorded in Western Visayas – the highest number of cases recorded in a single day. These brought to 307 the total cases in the region.The 20 other new cases recorded were the following (either locally stranded individuals or LSIs or repatriated overseas Filipino workers or OFWs): This brought to 307 the total confirmed cases in Western Visayas.Of 307, 170 were active cases, 126 recovered and 11 died./PN * 23-year-old female from Kalibo, Aklan or Patient No. 275 (LSI)* 16-year-old male from Dumangas, Iloilo or Patient No. 276* 27-year-old female from Carles, Iloilo or Patient No. 277 (LSI)* 55-year-old male from Sta. Barbara, Iloilo or Patient No. 291(LSI)*27-year-old female from Sta. Barbara, Iloilo or Patient No. 292 (LSI)* 23-year-old female from Sta. Barbara, Iloilo or Patient No. 293 (LSI)* 27-year-old female from Sta. Barbara, Iloilo or Patient No. 294 (LSI)* 34-year-old male from Bacolod City, or Patient No. 295 (OFW)* 31-year-old female from Molo, Iloilo City or Patient No. 296 (OFW)* 51-year-old male from Nueva Valencia, Guimaras or Patient No. 297 (OFW)* 32-year-old female from City Proper or Patient No. 298* 30-year-old female from Mandurriao, Iloilo City or Patient No. 299* 33-year-old female from Sagay City, Negros Occidental or Patient No. 300 (LSI)* 37-year-old male from Jaro, Iloilo City or Patient 301(LSI)* 37-year-old female from Jaro, Iloilo City or Patient No. 302 (OFW)* 35-year-old male from Lapuz, Iloilo City or Patient No. 303* 28-year-old male from Murcia, Negros Occidental or Patient No. 304 (LSI)* 23-year-old male from Binalbagan, Negros Occidental or Patient No. 305 (LSI)* 32-year-old male from Hinoban, Negros Occidental or Patient No. 306 (LSI)* 26-year-old female from Valladolid, Negros Occidental or Patient No. 307 (OFW) For his part, Alonsabe on his official Facebook page clarified that the town is not on a lockdown. The COVID-19-positive residents of Alimodian were the following: “Magpangamuyo, magpabilin sa balay kag sundon ang mga panugyan sang otoridad,” appeals Mayor Mayor Gefree Alonsabe of Alimodian, Iloilo to his constituents. IAN PAUL CORDERO/PN Juanico said they have yet to identify the source of infection of these health workers, noting that they were all wearing personal protective equipment.  The rise of COVID-19 cases in the town prompted DOH-6 and Mayor Gefree Alonsabe to impose an ECQ effective Monday afternoon. * 35-year-old male from Koronadal City, South Cotabato (transient LSI) After five days the town’s COVID situation would be assessed. ECQ is a form of community quarantine implementing temporary measures imposing stringent limitations on movement and transportation of people, strict regulation of operating industries, provision of food and essential services, and heightened presence of uniformed personnel to enforce community quarantine protocols. All asymptomatic, the latest patients were immediately quarantined, according to Dr. Jane Juanico, head of Infectious Disease Section of the Department of Health (DOH) Region 6. “Dapat nga mag-relax, magpangamuyo, magpabilin sa balay, kag sundon ang mga panugyan sang otoridad,” he added. ILOILO – With 13 new confirmed coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) cases, the municipality of Alimodian was placed on a stricter enhanced community quarantine (ECQ) for five days beginning yesterday. * 16-year-old female (Patient No. 278)* 27-year-old female (Patient No. 279)* Three-year-old male (Patient No. 280)* 28-year-old female (Patient No. 281)* 55-year-old female (Patient No. 282)* 46-year-old-female (Patient No. 283)* 47-year-old female (Patient No. 284)* 45-year-old female (Patient No. 285)* 23-year-old female (Patient No. 286)* 20-year-old female (Patient No. 287)* 13-year-old female (Patient No. 288)* 40-year-old female (Patient No. 289) According to Juanico, the five healthcare workers were all attending to a coronavirus-infected female patient – a 22-year-old (Patient No. 175) locally stranded individual currently isolated at the town’s quarantine facility. Alonsabe also urged residents to avoid “panic buying” and sharing unverified information.“Hindi mag-panic buying kay wala sang total lockdown nga matabo. Magbakal lang sang nagakaigo nga kinahanglanon sa pang-adlaw-adlaw naton,” said Alonsabe. They were the following:* 24-year-old male from Vallehermoso, Negros Orriental (transient LSI) DOH-6 also recorded new confirmed cases detected in Region 6 but tagged to other regions. The eight remaining cases were all close contacts or immediate family members of Patient No. 282.last_img read more