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San Juan mayor asks residents to register with website

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San Juan City Mayor Francis Zamora advised his constituents to register in a website which allows them to monitor individuals who exhibit possible symptoms of COVID-19.

“I encourage all San Juañenos to join and register in sanjuan.staysafe.ph website,” Zamora said in a public message Tuesday.

The website allows its registered members to help with the anti-coronavirus effort by reporting the health conditions of their family members.

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“One of the important features of StaySafe San Juan is that it could monitor individuals and family members who experience possible symptoms of COVID-19,” Zamora said.

He explained that the collected data will help the local government launch comprehensive and effective measures to stop COVID-19. This would also allow them to monitor the health and safety of their residents.

“By registering on the platform, our COVID-19 health team could render free consultation through phone or video call to persons under investigation and other possible COVID-19 patients even if they are in their homes,” he said.

In this way, he said, it would ease the situation in hospitals and to help their healthcare workforce with the triaging and monitoring of patients.

“I would like to inform you that this platform is free and in compliance with the Data Privacy Act,” he noted.

As of 2 p.m. on April 14, Zamora said there were 160 confirmed COVID-19 cases in San Juan City with 30 confirmed deaths and 28 recovered patients.

The city has also recorded 316 suspected cases of the disease, he said.


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