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The Marikina City government on Wednesday said it is planning to deploy "mobile vaccinators" that will conduct house-to-house COVID-19 vaccinations, even as it prepared its cold storage facility for the vaccines.

Marikina City Mayor Marcy Teodoro, City Health Officer Dr. Alberto Herrera & other officials inspect the cold storage facility for the COVID-19 vaccines that the city government will procure. 📷:Niño Jesus Orbeta/PDI

Allowing foreign ownership of land in the Philippines is a necessary step to attract more investments, Marikina City Representative Stella Quimbo said on Wednesday.

LOOK: Marikina City Mayor Marcy Teodoro and VM Marion Andres and city health officials inspect the cold storage facility of the City Health Office for #COVID19  vaccines. | via @adrianayalin 

In its latest report, Octa Research team said Covid-19 cases in Marikina City rose by 127 percent compared to the previous week, as well as two weeks ago. | @dygalvezINQ 

@alexsj_MB  OCTA tags Marikina as an "LGU of concern " as daily new cases in the city increased by 127% compared to previous weeks. It also has the highest positivity rate among NCR cities at 11 percent. | via @alexsj_MB 

Marikina City Rep. Stella Luz Quimbo filed Wednesday a resolution calling for an inquiry on the status of the national government’s COVID-19 vaccination program, as well as the utilization of funds allocated for its purchase. | @_neilmercado 

Marikina City lands on top 5 list of areas with highest number of new coronavirus infections

Marikina City will coordinate with the private sector to purchase COVID-19 vaccines for its residents, with Mayor Marcelino Teodoro noting that they will prioritize employees to boost economic activities in the city. Read:

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Marikina City will coordinate with the private sector to purchase COVID-19 vaccines for its residents, city mayor Marcelino Teodoro said Tuesday. | @CMarquezINQ 

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Mayor Marcelino Teodoro says Marikina gov't has earmarked P160M for COVID-19 vaccines in the city, will also seek help from private sector to make sure they have enough supply | via @jeffcanoy 

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Marikina Mayor Marcelino Teodoro suspends classes in all levels for one month, beginning today, November 16, to give way for clean up and subsequent rehabilitation of the city. #WalangPasok  #UlyssesPH  | via @raphbosano 

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LOOK: Philippine Animal Welfare Society (PAWS) team distributes pet food and relief packs to pet owners evacuating from Provident Village in Marikina City on Thursday, November 12. Photos from PAWS/Facebook#UlyssesPH  UPDATES:

Rescuers pull a rubber boat carrying residents through a flooded street in Marikina City after Typhoon #UlyssesPH  (International name Vamco) passed the National Capital Region on Thursday. | via @AFP 

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LOOK: Marikina Mayor Marcy Teodoro wades through floodwaters as he monitors different parts of the city affected by #UlyssesPH . As of 7:30 am, the Marikina River's water level is at 21.5 meters. Photos from Marikina PIO Facebook page #UlyssesPH  updates:

Water from the Marikina River spills to the side of Quezon City. | via @DemayoMark  #UlyssesPH 

LOOK: An aerial view of Marikina River's situation earlier this morning taken from Eastwood City. Video Courtesy of Vin Bermudez

Two cops from Marikina City Police Station were arrested by the National Capital Region Police Office, its chief, Major General Debold Sinas announced on Tuesday, March 31. READ:

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JUST IN: Marikina City Mayor Marcy Teodoro decides to open the #COVID19  testing center on Friday without DOH approval, invoking local government autonomy and public health emergency. | via @adrianayalin  #COVID19 

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