Camarines Sur Rep. Gabriel Bordado Jr. is busy amid the quarantine
The House of Representatives may not be in session, but Camarines Sur Rep. Gabriel Bordado Jr. is keeping busy amid the Luzon-wide quarantine.
In a Facebook post, Bordado said he had a packed but safe Tuesday as he went around Naga.
He was sprayed from head to foot with a disinfectant and then had a meeting with Mayor Nelson Legacion.
He also met with three other people to iron out plans to distribute personal protective equipment throughout the district within the week, he said.
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“TUESDAY GRIND IN THE SEASON OF COVID-19: The City of Naga, the heart of Bicol, is really making sure to nip Covid-19 in the bud. Today, I was sprayed–from head to foot–with a Lysol-based disinfectant by a dedicated frontliner. Then, I had a tete-a-tete with Mayor Nelson Legacion who has been ably leading the city in these gritty times of the African Swine Fever (ASF) and the pandemic.
I wound up the day by having a meeting with the key people–former 3-term San Fernando, Camarines Sur Mayor Abang Mabulo, Glenda Villaflores Dasco, and King Texon Buena– in my office to finalize the plan of distributing personal protective equipment (PPEs) throughout the district within the week,” Bordado posted.