November 11, 2020 Wednesday
Bagaman medyo maganda po ang panahon ngayon at tinatayang bukas pa magla-landfall ang bagyo malapit sa ating lokasyon, at nakasailalim tayo sa Signal No. 2, minabuti pong suspendihin muna ang pasok ngayong araw, NOVEMBER 11, 2020 sa ating mga Tanggapan sa Munisipyo ng Jalajala, effective 12 noon today. Base na rin ito sa rekomendasyon ng ating Municipal Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Office (MDRRMO) at sa kaalaman ng ating Punong Bayan Kgg. ELMER C. PILLAS. Ito ay para bigyan ng panahon upang makapaghanda rin para sa paparating na bagyo ang ating mga kasamahan sa lokal na pamahalaan.
Update:Under Signal #3 na po ang RIZAL as of 11:00 AM Weather Bulletin ng PAGASA.
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Due to Typhoon Ulysses, classes are suspended today (November 11, 2020) ALL LEVELS (public and private schools) in the Municipality of Jalajala, based on the recommendation of Municipal Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Office (MDRRMO) and with the approval of our Municipal Mayor, HON. ELMER C. PILLAS.
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October 31, 2020 Saturday
Rizal Province has been raised to Signal # 2. Let us all be careful.
Reminders from our Local Government of Jalajala under the leadership of our Mayor, Hon. Elmer C. Pillas:
Let us all beware of the upcoming Typhoon Rolly and prepare basic necessities such as food, medicines, drinking water and flashlights. Make sure your cellphones and powerbanks are also charged in case of power outages.
To our fellow fishermen, let us not go into the sea if the weather is still bad. Listen to those assigned to your area and do not be stubborn, especially those on the shores of Laguna de Bay, we just follow so that we do not be put in danger. Any person following the instructions will be far from any kind of disaster.
Also, to the Presidents of JJFARMC, please remind our colleagues to secure our boat and tie it so that it will not be blown away by the wind or the waves.
Please be extra careful with your families because of the impending typhoon. Thank you.
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October 30, 2020 Friday
Based on Executive Order No. 43 S. 2020 issued by our Provincial Government, cemeteries and similar establishments are ordered to be closed from October 29 to November 4, 2020.
Visits are allowed until October 28, 2020 from 6:00 am to 6:00 pm and up to 30% capacity only. Gatherings are still not possible so the set-up of tents will not be allowed.
Strict wearing of face masks and face shields and physical distancing will still be enforced.
Those who are allowed to go outside (based on IATF order) are 15-65 years old only and you need to bring ID as proof of your age. Pregnant, sick and children are still not allowed.
Source:Public Information Office | LGU Jalajala
October 29, 2020 Thursday
Jalajala Municipal Offices are closed this Friday, October 30, 2020 to allow Scheduled Disinfection in offices, as part of our COVID-19 prevention measures.
Also, November 02, 2020 (Monday) has been declared as Special Non-Working Day per Presidential Proclamation No. 845. All office transactions will resume on November 03, 2020 (Tuesday).
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Another offering of the MUNICIPALITY OF JALAJALA under the leadership and perseverance of our Honorable Mayor Elmer C. Pillas and in collaboration with RPTESDC Binangonan, the Training for Work Scholarship Program (TWSP) is the additional program of....
A STRICT REMINDER FROM OUR MUNICIPAL HEALTH OFFICE:
INSTRUCTIONS FOR INDIVIDUALS WHO UNDERWENT SWAB TEST FOR COVID-19.
1. You are required to undergo an Isolation Period from the day you take the swab test until the day your test result comes out....
October 26, 2020 Monday
Because our municipality is under Signal No. 2 (Typhoon Quinta), office works are suspended today (October 26, 2020) at our Jalajala Municipal Offices. It is also based on the recommendation of our Municipal Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Office (MDRRMO) and with the knowledge of our Mayor Elmer C. Pillas.