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Mega Quarantine Facility In Laguna Nearly Complete, Opening In November

Department of Public Works and Highways Secretary and Isolation Czar Mark A. Villar announced that the mega quarantine facility to service CALABARZON area is expected to be completed by mid November 2020 in Calamba City, Laguna.

“The organized DPWH Task Force to Facilitate Augmentation of Local and National Health Facilities together with Regional Office 4A is currently fast tracking the conversion of CALABARZON Regional Government Center into COVID-19 quarantine facility”, said Secretary Villar.

Mega Quarantine Facility In Laguna Nearly Complete, Opening In November

Department of Public Works and Highways Secretary and Isolation Czar Mark A. Villar announced that the mega quarantine facility to service CALABARZON area is expected to be completed by mid November 2020 in Calamba City, Laguna.

“The organized DPWH Task Force to Facilitate Augmentation of Local and National Health Facilities together with Regional Office 4A is currently fast tracking the conversion of CALABARZON Regional Government Center into COVID-19 quarantine facility”, said Secretary Villar.

17.2-Km Zamboanga City Diversion Road Underway

Public Works and Highways Secretary Mark A. Villar declared that by 2022, Zamboangeños will no longer have to bear with the congested roads in Zamboanga City.

Secretary Villar made the announcement, citing the ongoing 17.21-kilometer Zamboanga City Diversion Road Project being implemented to provide an alternate road to Pagadian City-Zamboanga City Road - an established priority corridor located in Zamboanga City.

17.2-Km Zamboanga City Diversion Road Underway

Public Works and Highways Secretary Mark A. Villar declared that by 2022, Zamboangeños will no longer have to bear with the congested roads in Zamboanga City.

Secretary Villar made the announcement, citing the ongoing 17.21-kilometer Zamboanga City Diversion Road Project being implemented to provide an alternate road to Pagadian City-Zamboanga City Road - an established priority corridor located in Zamboanga City.

Bais City Bypass Road Project Now On Final Segment

The Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) is now set implement the third and final contract to complete a 1.76-kilometer bypass road project in the city of Bais, Negros Oriental.

According to DPWH Secretary Mark A. Villar, Phase 2 of the ongoing 4-lane Bais Bypass Road Project was recently completed which makes 1.157-kilometer portion of the bypass road already serviceable from before Aglipay Street up to Quezon Street.

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