Mati is still ASF-free

  The City of Mati remains to be free from the African Swine Fever despite neighboring provinces already registering infection. Mati City Veterinary Services Office head Dr. Marites Linsag Erispe said on Tuesday, November 24, that they have still not monitored any incidents of ASF infection in the city. On Tuesday, the Mati City Vet continue reading : Mati is still ASF-free

New Mati LGU canteen opens

The P2 million building that serves as cafeteria for Mati City Hall employees was opened Monday, October 19. The blessing was attended by Mayor Michelle Rabat, Councilor Samuel Rodriguez of the Liga ng mga Barangay, SP Secretary Juvy Mabini and members of the Association of City Employees for Solidarity of Mati, Inc.(ACES). Mayor Michelle granted continue reading : New Mati LGU canteen opens

100K for Lola Estrella

  Lola Ma. Estrella Jacobo Brillantes received a P100,000 gift from the government for having lived thru 100 years. Last September 30, the Department of Social Welfare and Development visited Lola Estrella in her residence at Barangay Libudon, City of Mati and handed over the cash in compliance with Republic Act No. 10868 or the continue reading : 100K for Lola Estrella

Mati CHO to vaccinate 15,002 children against measles and rubella

  The Mati City Health Office targets to vaccinate at least 15,002 children as they prepare for their Measles-Rubella Supplemental Immunization (MR-SIA) this coming October 26 to November 25. Target age for vaccination are 9-59 months old or those below 5 years old regardless of immunization status. On August 2019, a measles outbreak was declared continue reading : Mati CHO to vaccinate 15,002 children against measles and rubella