SBMA reiterates safety protocols after recording first COVID-19 patients
After confirming the area’s first COVID-19 positive case, the Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority reminded the public to observe safety protocols strictly. SBMA Chairman Wilma Eisma announced last July 14 that two residents of SBFZ tested positive for COVID-19; both are asymptomatic and female. Six more cases were identified based on the results from the SBMA-Red Cross testing laboratory, bringing the total number of cases to 8.
In an update on social media last July 25, Eisma announced that the very first patient has already recovered and been discharged from the hospital, lowering the total number of cases to 7. She once again urged all residents and workers to further observe and practice safety measures to keep SBFZ safe for everyone. [3 & 4]
Subic Freeport’s COVID-19 Testing Center now open to the public
The reverse transcription polymerase chain reaction or RT-PCR test is now available for all residents of Subic Bay Freeport Zone and its neighboring communities. SBMA Chairman Wilma Eisma said that SBMA is close to finishing the testing of its frontliners and is encouraging residents and employees to get tested as well now that is is conveniently available in Subic. 
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