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Project namin ‘yan! Yedda, Martin Romualdez open COVID-19 testing center in Tacloban

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Yedda Romualdez’s pet project has been accomplished with the help of her husband, Leyte Rep. Martin Romualdez.

The Tingog party-list representative happily went to open Tacloban City’s own testing center for COVID-19 inside the Eastern Visayas Regional Medical Center. The couple invited a Catholic priest to bless the premises, as they hope to keep infections at zero.

The politiko couple took credit for the milestone as Yedda acknowledged their partners that made the lab opening happen.

“The testing center would not have come to fruition without the hard work and dedication of the Tingog Party List, House Majority Leader Ferdinand Martin G. Romualdez and TINGOG Partylist Rep. Yedda Marie K. Romualdez working in conjunction with the Department of Health, the Research Institute for Tropical Medicine, Philippine Association of Medical Technologists, as well as the Tacloban City Government and local hospitals such as Tacloban City Hospital, Remedios Trinidad Romualdez Hospital and St. Scholastica College, Tacloban,” she said in her litany of sorts.

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To give thanks and usher in the beginning of its function as a regional testing center following the completion of Stage V, the final stage, of the COVID-19 testing center accreditation process this 8 May 2020, a blessing ceremony at the Eastern Visayas Regional Medical Center (EVRMC) Magsaysay in Tacloban City, Leyte took place, presided over by Rev. Msgr. Erlito Maraya. The testing center would not have come to fruition without the hard work and dedication of the Tingog Party List, House Majority Leader Ferdinand Martin G. Romualdez and TINGOG Partylist Rep. Yedda Marie K. Romualdez working in conjunction with the Department of Health (DOH), the Research Institute for Tropical Medicine (RITM), Philippine Association of Medical Technologists (PAMET), as well as the Tacloban City Government and local hospitals such as Tacloban City Hospital, Remedios Trinidad Romualdez Hospital and St. Scholastica College, Tacloban.

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