Forum with Baguio City Mayor Magalong on Elevating the Role of Local Government in Contact Tracing

By LCP Secretariat
July 16, 2020


Reference No. (2020-07-26)

FOR : All Honorable Mayors
FROM : The LCP Executive Director
RE : Forum with Baguio City Mayor Magalong on Elevating the Role of Local Government in Contact Tracing
DATE: July 16, 2020



We are pleased to invite you to an online dialogue on 16 July 2020 at 10:00 AM with Mayor Benjamin Magalong of Baguio City, LCP Focal Mayor on Anti-Criminality and Illegal Drugs. This dialogue aims to provide an avenue for Baguio City to share its best practices and innovative strategies to swiftly identify and isolate contacts of confirmed cases. This will also guide LGUs in conducting responsive contact tracing approach and disseminate information about existing programs on contact tracing.


The meeting will be conducted using the Zoom online platform and streamed via Facebook Live at We highly encourage participants to follow the naming convention [e.g. AFFILIATION_CITY_POSITION_FULL NAME] and turn on their videos to ensure security and for ease of identification. Also, participants are recommended to join at 9:30 AM for our technical team to setup and test the online platform.


We look forward to your participation and support.


Thank you and see you then!



Atty. Shereen Gail Yu-Pamintuan

LCP Executive Director


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