The Mayor of MEDELLIN, Joven “Benjun” Mondigo Jr., tested positive for coronavirus disease (Covid-19) that he would continue to function as Mayor and, among other things, work virtually with local officials and members of the Medellin Inter-Agency Task Force .

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He said he was fully vaccinated against Covid-19 and urged others to do the same. “I continue to encourage everyone to get vaccinated as soon as possible. The vaccine works a lot, ”he said. The mayor announced that he started his isolation last Thursday after receiving a positive result on a rapid antigen test. He then did an RT-PCR test and the results were just positive. Following the latest development, Mondigo said the mayor’s office would be closed for disinfection. if they develop symptoms. As of September 4, Medellin had 111 active Covid-19 cases. 575 cases have been reported since the pandemic began, with 435 recoveries and 29 deaths. The majority of active cases are in Barangays Poblacion (26 cases), Tindog (19 cases), and Antipolo (11 cases). (JKV, CTL)

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