South Cotabato gov goes into isolation as son, 9 other kin contract COVID-19

KORONADAL CITY —- South Cotabato Gov. Reynaldo Tamayo, Jr. confirmed on Thursday, Dec. 17, that he has gone into isolation with his son after the child contracted the coronavirus disease (COVID-19).
“My son Thirdy, 7, got hit by COVID-19,” the governor said. “My wife is immuno-compromised. I have no choice, even if I was tested negative, (but) to be with him for the next 14 days in the isolation facility.”
Tamayo said nine other family members also tested positive for the virus and have been isolated. He did not identify them.
He said he was alarmed since the family has been observing strict measures to avoid contracting COVID-19. He suspected that an employee could have spread the …

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