COVID-19 UPDATE: BULA

COVID-19 UPDATE: BULA MUNICIPAL HEALTH OFFICEBULA, CAMARINES SURUPDATES ON COVID-19February 24, 2021 | 5:00PMWEDNESDAY SUSPECTED = 0PROBABLE = 0CONFIRMED CASE = 18ACTIVE CASE = 3RECOVERED = 14 DEATH – 1 The Municipality of Bula recorded three (3) new confirmed cases of COVID-19 all from Barangay Salvacion Pob. Patient # 4721 ( BULA # 16 )40 continue reading : COVID-19 UPDATE: BULA

DPWH: Inaayos na ang kalsada sa Barangay Ombao Heights

DPWH: Inaayos na ang kalsada sa Barangay Ombao Heights Sinusimulan na ng DPWH ang pagsasaayos ng kalsada sa Barangay Ombao Heights Bula Camarines Sur ngayong Pebrero 16, 2021. Matatandaan na may nangyaring road erosion sa bahagi ng PanPhilippine Highway sa barangay noong nakaraan Bagyo.

Workshop in SK Budget Preparation and Execution

Workshop in SK Budget Preparation and Execution The Local Government Unit of Bula thru the Municipal Budget Office conducted a 1 Day Budget Preparation and Execution Workshop for Sangguniang Kabataan Chairpersons and SK Treasurers in Bula.36 persons participated in the workshop. Miss Hayres T. Baraero, Municipal Budget Officer of LGU Baao was their Resource Speaker. continue reading : Workshop in SK Budget Preparation and Execution

Serbisyo Caravan sa Barangay Inoyonan

Serbisyo Caravan sa Barangay Inoyonan Muling inilunsad ang Serbisyo Caravan sa Brgy. Inoyonan, Bula, Camarines Sur na naantala dahil sa pandemya. Inilapit sa taong-bayan ang mga serbisyo ng lokal na pamahalaan ng Bula upang hindi na sila mamasahe patungong bayan. Pinangunahan ni Alkalde Megay Ibasco ang okasyon kasama ang bawat ahensya sa LGU Bula.

Build Back Better Project Intensified Watershed Management (Bamboo Growing)

Build Back Better Project Intensified Watershed Management (Bamboo Growing) “Protect our Watershed, Save Lives” Isinagawa ng Lokal na Gobierno ng Bula ang Bamboo Tree Planting sa Brgy. Panoypoyan, Bula, Camarines Sur. Bahagi ito ng “Build Back Better Project” ng ating DENR at DSWD kaalinsabay ang “Launching of Riverbank Stabilization Activity”. Ang pagdiriwang ay pinangunahan ng continue reading : Build Back Better Project Intensified Watershed Management (Bamboo Growing)

DILG says Tricycles and Pedicabs are now banned on national highways

DILG says Tricycles and Pedicabs are now banned on national highways The Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG) through its Memorandum Circular (MC) 2020 – 036 has announced that tricycles, pedicabs, and motorized pedicabs are now banned from traveling on national highways. The move to remove these vehicles is part of the department’s push continue reading : DILG says Tricycles and Pedicabs are now banned on national highways

LGU Bula has stopped accepting new applicants

Municipality of Bula stopped accepting new applicants Due to the bulk of TESDA applications, we regret to inform everyone that LGU Bula has stopped accepting new applicants. Mayor Amelita Ibasco is very thankful for the positive response on our invitation. All qualifications/course has been filled up already. Hopefully, new batch shall be open for us.

Sto. Niňo Road Erosion

Sto. Niňo Road Erosion Agad na nilagyan ng babala para sa mga motorista ang parte ng gumuhong kalsada sa Zone 6, Sto. Niño, Bula, Camarines Sur. Keep safe everyone.

Outreach Program 2020: Caorasan Bula, Camarines Sur

Outreach Program 2020: Caorasan Bula, Camarines Sur “Mayo nin labing nagtitios na mayo nang ikakatao.” Sharing the blessing, expressing empathy, understanding their situation and just being a person for others… in this order, we did it again. In cooperation with: Philippine Institute Of Environmental Planners – PIEP Camarines Chapter LGU Bula Thank you po sa continue reading : Outreach Program 2020: Caorasan Bula, Camarines Sur

Confirmed Cases of COVID-19 recorded in Bicol Region

Confirmed Cases of COVID-19 recorded in Bicol Region 𝐂𝐎𝐕𝐈𝐃-𝟏𝟗 𝐔𝐏𝐃𝐀𝐓𝐄As of October 26, 2020𝐁𝐈𝐂𝐎𝐋 𝐑𝐄𝐆𝐈𝐎𝐍 𝐂𝐀𝐒𝐄𝐒 Cumulative Cases (27 March to 29 Oct 2020) : 2,537 I. 𝐀𝐂𝐓𝐈𝐕𝐄 𝐂𝐀𝐒𝐄𝐒: 427 (16.83%) a. Previously Reported and Still Sick Cases – 401 (93.91%) b. Newly Reported Sick Cases (reported 29 Oct) – 26 (6.09%) Distribution of Newly continue reading : Confirmed Cases of COVID-19 recorded in Bicol Region