27 more female inmates test positive for COVID-19

first_imgMeanwhile, Muntinlupa City Mayor JaimeFresnedi has once again raised opposition on the transfer of another batch ofCOVID-19 positive inmates to the national penitentiary as it sow fear among hisconstituents. These inmates were then transferred fromthe all-female prison in Mandaluyong to Site Harry, the designated COVID-19quarantine area inside the New Bilibid Prison in Muntinlupa. “Continuous focused medical care andmonitoring will be provided to ensure that no PDL will develop severesymptoms,” the BuCor said in a statement. Bureau of Corrections personnel frisk people deprived of liberty inside the Correctional Institution for Women in Mandaluyong City. Twenty-seven female inmates inside the jail facility have been found out to be positive for coronavirus disease 2019. ABS-CBN NEWS The 27 people deprived of liberty wereamong the 51 CIW inmates that were tested for the virus last week. The inmatesare in good health condition and are asymptomatic of the virus.center_img Last week, some 18 inmates and oneworker of CIW tested positive for COVID-19. They were the first batch ofinfected CIW inmates transferred to the New Bilibid Prison./PN “Nakakalungkotnga na merong tumawag sa amin na merong inilipat pero hindi nanggaling saopisyal ng Bureau. Siguro naman kahitkanino mangyari ay magugulat at magrereact. Dito sa Muntinlupa dadalhin na hindi ka man lang nagpapasabi,”he said. MANILA – Twenty-seven more inmates from theCorrectional Institute for Women (CIW) in Mandaluyong City got infected withcoronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19), the Bureau of Corrections (BuCor) said.last_img