MARAWI CITY, Lanao del Sur (PIA)—The 103rd Infantry Brigade of the Philippine Army based in Kampo Ranao, this city, expressed its full support to the conduct of ‘Bayanihan, Bakunahan’ drive from November 29 to December 1, 2021.
“Ang inyong security sector ay nasa likod ng ating mga kasamahan sa health sector at sa buong gobyerno na matulungan natin ang ating bansa na makabangon sa mas maagang panahon sa pandemya na sumasalanta sa atin sa personal, ekonomikal at social lives natin,” said BGen. Jose Maria Cuerpo II, commanding officer of the Brigade, during the kick-off of the three-day massive vaccination drive held at the Provincial Capitol Grounds.
[Your security sector is behind our colleagues in the health sector and the entire government to help our country recover earlier from the pandemic that is plaguing our personal, economic, and social lives.]
Cuerpo who is also an active member of the Provincial Inter-Agency Task Force (PIATF) said the 103rd Brigade remains steadfast in its commitment to help health workers to administer the vaccination safely in the province.
The brigade commander also called on residents of Lanao del Sur who have not been vaccinated to become heroes by submitting themselves to vaccination in the next days to come.
He said getting vaccinated is the best legacy for the next generations.
“Upang matapos itong pandemya sa maagang panahon at makabalik tayo sa ating normal na pamumuhay sa maagang panahon. Upang maiwan natin sa ating mga anak at mga apo ang isang healthy, safe at magandang kinabukasan sa ating bayan,” Cuerpo further said.
[So that this pandemic will end soon and we can return to our normal lives sooner. So that we can leave our children and grandchildren a healthy, safe, and beautiful future in our province.] (APB/PIA Lanao del Sur)