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Province of Ilocos Sur

Health, Tourism, and Travel

Miss Saniata ti Narvacan is Miss Saniata ti Ylocos 2021

Donna Faith Cabero, the Miss Saniata ti Narvacan crowned as the winner of Saniata Ti Ylocos Sur 2021 (lockdown pageant) held at Ichthus Beach Resort, Magsingal, Ilocos Sur last February 2, 2021 served as the highlight celebration of the Kannawidan Ylocos Festival 2021. The rest of the Top 6 were ranked as follows: 2nd Runner- up: Miss Saniata ti Magsingal, 1st Runner- up: Miss Saniata ti Caoayan, Saniata ti Ylocos Environment 2021: Miss Saniata ti Vigan City, Saniata ti Ylocos Tourism 2021: Miss Saniata ti Gregorio del Pilar, Saniata Ti Ylocos World 2021: Miss Siniata ti San Esteban. Special Awards was awarded to Miss Saniata ti Santiago -Miss Congeniality, Miss Saniata ti Sta. Maria -Miss Photogenic, Darling of the Netizens and Best in Gown, Miss Saniata ti Vigan City -Best Performer and Best in Swimsuit Miss Saniata ti Narvacan is the Face of the Night, Miss and Articulate, Miss Saniata ti Suyo is the Best in Talent, and lastly Miss Saniata ti Bantay is Miss Globe.

Ilocos Sur tourism re-opens to Region1, Baguio City 

Continuing tourism in a new normal world. Ilocos Sur Gov. Ryan Singson and the whole Provincial Government of Ilocos Sur are committed to the upliftment of the pandemic stricken tourism industry and to bringing back the livelihood of the people. Gov. Singson is determined to bring back the glory days of Ilocos Sur Tourism which is one of the most successful t in the country. The governor and his province mates pride themselves for the rich and unique heritage of its scenic landscapes from the mountains, the lowlands and the sea. The plan for re-opening started from a meeting called for by Department of Tourism Secretary Bernadette Romulo-Puyat in Baguio City early in early September. Nine days after the formal launching of the Ridge and Reef Travel Corridor in Baguio, Governor Ryan Singson together with Department of Tourism Region 1 Director Jeff Ortega pushed through with planned re-opening of tourism in Ilocos Sur. Starting October 1, 2020 Ilocos Sur will now open its doors to tourists coming from Baguio, La Union, Pangasinan and Ilocos Norte. “We need to balance the economy, health and safety of everyone amidst this pandemic. We will do it slowly but surely, through this we will be able to bring back the glory of our tourism industry. Let us continue working together, for in unity nothing is impossible”, said Governor Ryan Singson. Director Ortega stated the importance of bringing back the livelihood of people in the tourism and the whole hospitality industry.”Restarting tourism is our priority. Kailangan pong magkaroon na ng mga trabaho ang mga nawalan ng trabaho,”says. He also praised the full support and efforts of Gov. Ryan Singson together with his fellow governors in Region 1 and the city government of Baguio. Fifty tourist per day are only allowed for a guided tour on limited tourist spots in Ilocos Sur . They should present a negative result from their latest swab test, have a pre-booked accommodation tour with accredited tour operators and travel agencies and adhere at all timesthe given itinerary health protocols. They should also visit the Sure Ilocos Sur Facebook page for the complete guidelines. “This is our best time to prove that we have the best recovery program. Guided by our health experts and the best minds from my fellow officials and counterparts in the region, I know that we will succeed “, Gov. Singson said. Among the tourist destinations open for tourists are the famous Calle Crisologo, Ilocos Sur Musical Dancing Fountain, Syquia Mansion and Baluarte Zoo in Vigan City; Ilocos Sur Adventure Zone at Caniaw Heritage and Forest Park in Bantay; Pinsal Falls and Heritage Church of Sta. Maria; Pinakbet Farm in Caoayan; Vitalis Villas in Santiago and Ichtus Beach Resort at Magsingal town. Gov. Singson and the COVID Action center which he leads will closely monitor the said re-opening. During the program of the Ridge and Reef Travel Corridor, his fellow officials showed their support like Vice Gov. Jerry Singson, SPM Gina Cordero, SPM Efren Rafanan, SPM Tante Oandasan, SPM Ronnie Rapanut, SPM Jaja Tabios, Mayor Boy Camarillo, Prov’l Administrator Cara Tabios, Tourism Officer Ryan Astom, municipal/city tourism officers, hotel owners and managers and other stakeholders from the hospitality industry, and the members of PNP. As of the moment there are three COVID-19 active cases in the province, one of the lowest in Northern Luzon. #

PGIS pays tribute to frontliners’ selflessness, bravery

The Provincial Government of Ilocos Sur (PGIS), headed by Governor Ryan Luis Singson, conducted a mass salute for all frontliners in the province to pay tribute to their selflessness and bravery to fight the corona virus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic. It was held in front of the Ilocos Sur Provincial Hospital-Gabriela Silang (ISPH-GS) last June 19, 2020. Gov. Singson and other officials of the provincial government, along with the officers of the Ilocos Sur Police Provincial Office and the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP), stood in front of the health workers in the province and salute them to convey the gratitude in every Ilocos Surian’s heart. “To our dearest men and women in the frontlines and in every level of defense, who endure the heat, rain, and hostilities in the borders, who brave the exposure in the communities and the long travels, who know no fear in the execution of their duties to protect us, we salute you all,” Gov. Singson said. Gov. Singson also thanked the frontliners for choosing to share their skills and knowledge, that even if they could have opted to stay home, they faced all risks even when their families also needed them. "It is your selflessness and bravery that has changed our perceptions in life, rest assured that your provincial government is also working hard to strengthen our capacity to face the challenges that may come in the days or weeks in the bid to keep our community safe in order that your families and loved ones are safe from COVID-19 while you are on the frontline," he said. Health workers from the ISPH-GS and other district hospitals in the province gathered in front of the said hospital to accept the tribute given to them. Mr. Oreo Singson Dela Fuente, ER nurse supervisor at the ISPH-GS, said that he will always remember this moment. Simple as it may seem, he felt the support from the provincial government, which was enough to relieve the weariness he has felt for the past months fighting the COVID-19. "Aaminin ko medyo nakakaramdam na rin ako ng burn out, pero 'yung moment kanina, that inspired me to do better pa in my line of work. I would like to take this opportunity to thank the PGIS headed by our beloved Governor Ryan Luis Singson who is also our 'inspirasyon nga agserbi'," he said. Representing the health workers from the ISPH-GS and other district hospitals, ISPH-GS Chief Dr. Trina Tabboga-Talaga stated that even if they have been receiving discrimination complaints from her co-health workers, they stayed and still stand in the frontline to fight the virus. “Lahat ng medical professionals ay may sinumpaang tungkulin. Pero kapag ganito na alam mong may risks sa health mo, you have the right to say NO. Kaya talagang sinasaluduhan natin 'yung mga andito kasi meron ng mga umalis na mas piniling maging safe and these are the people who opted to stay,” she said. Frontliners also received incentives from the provincial government. #  

Ilocos Sur launches Bicentennial Stamp

Four iconic historical and tourism spots were featured in the launching of Ilocos Sur Bicentennial stamp by the Provincial Government headed by Governor Ryan Singson and PHILPOST. Gov. Ryan together with Mr Luis D. Carlos the Asst. Postmaster General, Vice Gov. Jerry Singson, other Provincial Officials and local chief executives launched the stamp on February 8, 2018. The Philippine Postal Corporation issued a special set of block of four stamps and a souvenir sheet with two circular stamps. Six designs for the stamps summarized the beauty and grandeur of Ilocos Sur like the Calle Crisologo, the Sta. Maria Church, the Pinsal Falls, Bessang Pass Natural Monument, Bantay Bell Tower and the Pagburnayan. Gov. Ryan encouraged the people to send letter for their love ones using the traditional way so that they can use the bicentennial stamp or have it as their memorabilia. “The commemorative stamps will celebrate our history as people. As symbols, the stamps speaks eloquently of the kind of people that we are, and how rich our heritage and culture is. Truly it marks our being a Heritage Province that had been built, established and nurtured for the past 200 years”,said Gov. Ryan. One thousand copies of personalized stamps were issued at a price of one hundred fifty pesos per sheet.

Bicentennial Kannawidan Ylocos Festival Opens

The Bicentennial Ylocos Festival goes full blast with the traditional opening ritual led by Gov Ryan Singson together with the indigenous people of Ilocos Sur and other local officials, with Executive Secretary Salvador Medialdea and DepEd Secretary Leonor Briones as guests of honor. The festival showcases the rich heritage, tradition, culture, arts, crafts and delicacies of Ilocos Sur. Locals revived traditional practices that Ilocano elders passed on in the annual Kannawidan Festival but made it more meaningful this 2018 because of the province celebration of Bicentennial Kannawidan Ylocos festival from January 27 to February 11. “The traditional opening display the identity proofs that there is a culture that we have form through the years, and we will continue our journey towards the future. A lesson is learned for 2 centuries and that is, as province that we will continue with its glorious past in achieving a more glorious future. Let us walk and celebrate together our independence as a province, a starting point of our journey, let us all remember, and with pride let us be proud to be Ilocosurians for 200 years ,”said Gov. Ryan Singson. The Kannawidan (local term for traditional practice) festival was also an occasion to strengthen the Ilocano culture, recognize Ilocos Sur’s sons and daughters who brought honor to the province, celebrate abundant harvest or just to celebrate the Ilocano spirit that continues to drive locals to boost the province. Various festivities were staged from trade, agriculture, aqua and livestock while a display of farm products opened the 17-day festival. Tradition was also found in the culinary treats that residents prepared including delicacies that Ilocos Sur is known for. Different Municipalities displayed products under the One-Town-One-Product (OTOP) booth inside the trade fair. Relative to this, on January 29, 2018 a concelebrated mass was done, followed by a procession. After that a boodle fight (Kinammet in Iloco meaning to eat with bare hands) eating the traditional way was led by the governor and other provincial officials, with Executive Secretary Salvador Medialdea and Dep Ed Secretary Leonor Briones and the whole PGIS Family. Right after, the viewing of Dancing Fountain and fabulous Fireworks was done at the Plaza Salcedo, in front of the Provincial Capitol.

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