first_imgThe patient’s positive test result was only released on July 18, according to Barangay Banago chief Ricky Mijares, citing the City Health Office. The Department of Health in Region 6, on the other hand, confirmed the man’s results for the virus on its Facebook page on July 19. Mijares said about 15 houses in Purok Mahimulaton and three in Purok Riverside were placed on lockdown following the test results of the man and the LSI who arrived on July 13./PNcenter_img BACOLOD City – The 64-year-old resident of Purok Mahimulaton, Barangay Banago who died of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) contracted the virus through local transmission, according to Vice Mayor El Cid Familiaran.  Familiaran, who chairs the City Inter-Agency Task Force against COVID-19, said WV Patient No. 754 was not a locally stranded individual (LSI), overseas Filipino worker or a person who came into close contact with someone positive for the virus.The patient was admitted in a hospital in this city on July 13 after showing symptoms of the viral illness like fever and body ache. He died two days later and was immediately cremated.last_img read more


first_img StumbleUpon SBC Charity Boxing Championship packs a punch for Oliver’s Wish Foundation January 20, 2020 Share Sapar Karyagdyyev: Avoiding the pitfalls of a white-label solution July 24, 2020 Related Articles Share Submit Gauselmann Group acquires majority stake in Bede Gaming March 12, 2020 Updating the market, industry platform and white label services provider Bede Gaming (Bede) has informed that it has been awarded the ‘ISO 27001′ certification by the International Standards Organisation (ISO).The certification recognises outstanding technology and software provisions in relation to security and data standards following a full audit undertaken by the ISO body.The platform provider gained the certification after proving that it meets the ISO’s strict requirements when dealing with information security. As one of the only gaming platform providers to be awarded such certification, it confirms Bede’s security status is of the highest order.Bede management stated that the firm is full capable of meeting new standards which will come into play, following the passing of the  General Data Protection Regulation, which places a greater level of accountability on data processors on issues such as information security breaches.Commenting on the update Michael Brady, CEO of Bede Gaming, said “Gaining this certification isn’t an easy process and requires a huge amount of focus from all aspects of our business.“Operators today want flexibility in their platform, but they are also demanding peace of mind via the highest possible levels of security and this shows that we are leading the way when it comes to providing a credible, secure and trustworthy alternative.“An information security breach would have a catastrophic impact for any operator which is unprepared. This certification carries a validated independent view that Bede are taking the right measures to prevent this from happening, giving our partners confidence that they are in safe hands.”last_img read more


first_imgThe Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of Liberia (AFL), President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, has nominated a Chief of Staff and Deputy Chief of Staff of the Armed Forces of Liberia.According to an Executive Mansion release, those nominated to the Liberian Senate are: Col. Daniel Dee Ziankhan as Chief of Staff, and Col. Eric Dennis as Deputy Chief of Staff.The newly nominated Chief of Staff is currently Brigade Commander of the AFL. If confirmed by the Liberian Senate, Col, Ziankhan will replace the Nigerian Command Officer-in-Charge, Major General Suraj Alao Abdurrahman.The nominations were made in keeping with Article 54, Section E, of the Liberian Constitution which authorizes the President to nominate and, with the consent of the Senate, appoint and commission members of the military from the rank of Lieutenant or equivalent and above.In a letter addressed to the Liberian Senate, President Sirleaf said the officers have met all the requirements necessary, including advance and strategic training at various military institutions, and their deportment and discipline have been highly commended by the country’s international partners involved in restructuring of the AFL. “They have my full confidence,” the President stated in the letter.President Sirleaf had, during her Annual Message delivery on January 27, 2014 that in my last year’s Annual Message: “I indicated that we would, at the 2014 Armed Forces Day Celebration, install a Liberian Army Chief of Staff. Having consulted the relevant committees and your good selves, we have officially nominated, for confirmation by the Honorable Senate, the Chief of Staff, the Deputy Chief of Staff and the Brigade Commander, all of whom, if confirmed, would be installed in these positions on February 11, Armed Forces Day. We will then bid farewell to General Suraj Abdurrahman who has served us so well as the Command Officer-in-Charge.”   Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more