BAGUIO

Targeted testing

BAGUIO. A medical frontliner labels a blood sample taken from a resident after a rapid test. Baguio City Mayor Benjamin Magalong was appointed by the National Task Force as the country's new Contact Tracing chief on Monday, July 13, for pioneering an effective system in tracking close contacts of coronavirus disease patients. (Jean Nicole Cortes)

BAGUIO. A medical frontliner labels a blood sample taken from a resident after a rapid test. Baguio City Mayor Benjamin Magalong was appointed by the National Task Force as the country's new Contact Tracing chief on Monday, July 13, for pioneering an effective system in tracking close contacts of coronavirus disease patients. (Jean Nicole Cortes)


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