Leyte Governor Leopoldo Dominico Petilla donated 51 unit of computer sets to the Leyte Provincial Police Office headed by Col.Rodelio Samson. Also in photo is Vice Gov. Jose Carlo Loreto. (Photo: Leyte Provincial Police Office)

PALO, Leyte – The provincial government of Leyte has purchased 51 units of computer sets to boost police equipment in the implementation of COVID-19 protocols in the fight against the disease.
Governor Leopoldo Dominico L. Petilla told reporters that the computer sets with printer has the total amount of P2 million.
He said that the computer sets will be used primarily to enhance the police operations against the fight on COVID-19(coronavirus disease 2019) in the province.
The governor added that equipment will augment the existing facilities of the police in the fight against COVID-19 in the province as these will be used mostly for reporting or documentations, virtual meetings and other related data gathering and analysis including for the presentations on the progress of the implementation of protocols in the fight against COVID-19 in the province.
Petilla disclosed that all the 51 units of the computer sets were donated to the Leyte Provincial Police Office (LPPO).
He reported that LPPO Director Police Colonel Rodelio Samson officially accepted the computer sets in a simple turn-over ceremony of the equipment at the Governor’s Office.
The turned over was witnessed by Vice Governor Carlo Loreto and the provincial administrator Edgardo Cordeño and other key provincial and police officials.
Petilla clarified that the 42 computer sets were intended for one each of the 42 police stations in one city and 41 towns of the province under its administrative jurisdiction.
On the other hand, the remaining computer sets were set aside for the other Leyte police provincial offices directly or indirectly implementing COVID-19 protocols in the province.