(Legazpi City, January 31, 2022) – In his efforts to bring the social and health services much closer to the people, Gov. Al Francis C. Bichara led in serving the hundreds of residents, both young and old, of several barangays of the town of Daraga, Albay by sending the health and social services workforces to helping the people of said barangays on their medical, dental, optical needs, including offering free vaccinations against COVID-19 virus, and free check-ups of their domesticated and pet animals.

The health and social services teams of the Provincial Government of Albay served the barangays of Maopi, Anislag, San Vicente, Pequeno, Mayong, and Canarom, altogether at the covered court located at Anislag Resettlement Site.

From here, Governor Bichara and the health and social services teams went next to serve another set of people in need of Tabaco City headed by City Mayor Krisel Lagman-Luistro, uniquely set at a privately owned venue named Hiraya Manawani, situated at Barangay San Vicente of the same city.

In this service-filled government projects on health and social services, Gov. Bichara continued to accomplish his aspirations to serve the people of Albay with more sincerity and aptly show to the people his commitment towards bringing the government closer to the people.

Jose M Briones/Mariella isabelle Melgar, Albay PIO