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Sara donates RT-PCR machine, kits to Bacolod

Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte has donated to Bacolod City a Reverse Transcription-Polymerase Chain Reaction (RT-PCR) machine with 20 sampling kits.

Mayor Evelio Leonardia and Vice Mayor El Cid Familiaran, accompanied by Councilors Cindy Rojas and Renecito Novero, City Administrator Em Ang, and several City Hall executives, received the RT-PCR machine upon the shipment’s arrival at the Bacolod-Silay Airport last May 3.

“This is a big, big help in our fight against COVID and it comes at a time when we need it the most. The RT-PCR machine will help augment and speed up our testing capacity as the surge of COVID-19 cases in Bacolod City continues,” Leonardia said.

“What makes this uplifting and inspiring is the fact that Mayor Sara has personally volunteered to offer this to us in Bacolod. Indeed, a concrete show of her concern and affection for Bacolodnons. We are happy to be among her favored ones. For this we are truly grateful and appreciative,” he said.

“What a big help from someone with a big heart for Bacolod. Madamo gid na salamat Mayor Sara on behalf of Bacolod,” Leonardia added.

Duterte, the President’s daughter, is expected to participate in the virtual turnover of the machine, a Molarray MA-6000 Real-time Quantitative PCR, that will be arranged by the offices of the two mayors.

Ang, who is also the executive director of the Emergency Operations Center, said the EOC has tested more than 78,000 Bacolodnons since the start of the pandemic.

“While this is a big number already, the new RT-PCR machine that will operate in Bacolod will further accelerate our effort to locate where COVID is,” the city administrator added.

Topics: Sara Duterte , Bacolod City , Reverse Transcription-Polymerase Chain Reaction , RT-PCR , Evelio Leonardia
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