The National Capital Region Police Office under the leadership of PMGEN DEBOLD M SINAS, Regional Director, announced the recovery of NCRPO CoViD 19 Patient Number #3.
NCRPO Patient#3 was confined in the Research Institute for Tropical Medicine where he battled with CoViD 19 for more than 2 weeks.
“We are not CoViD resistant. As we head on to the frontline, the risks that we will be infected by this disease is high. Hence, we are strictly implementing precautionary measures. This is our duty and we will carry on the task. So please, stay home to prevent the virus from spreading further,” said PMGEN SINAS.
NCRPO secures the boundaries of the Metro by manning 24 hour control points to ensure that the virus will no longer thrive and spread to neighboring towns, cities and municipalities while frontline health workers attend to those who are already infected and others who are possible carriers of the disease.
“We celebrate with the family, friends and loved ones of our comrade patient#3 for his recovery. We are proud of him for fighting a good fight. We can’t be any happier to see him back. His experience is a clear manifestation that the good Lord blesses his cops in the frontlines and strengthens us amids this crisis,” added PMGEN SINAS.
Presently, NCRPO has nine 9 CoViD 19 patients, four of whom are already recovering and no deaths. The four were CoViD19 positive patients who fully recovered from the disease and are now tested negative after a series of two consecutive CoViD 19 PCR (Polymerase Chain Reaction) tests.
Despite leaving RITM yesterday, NCRPO patient #3, will be subjected to health security protocols and will still be required to do a 14 day quarantine measure inside camp while continuously taking his medications.