Cebu City issues Alert Level 3 guidelines

15/01/2022 6:46:00 AM

Cebu City issues Alert Level 3 guidelines

Cebu City issues Alert Level 3 guidelines

CEBU CITY, Philippines -- Cebu City Mayor Michael Rama has issued guidelines that will have to be followed while the city remains under Alert Level 3 following the rise in COVID-19 cases

Health workers wearing personal protective equipment collect specimens from Cebu City residents so these can be tested for the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). | Cebu City PIO /file photoREAD:Also exempted are workers operating cargo vehicles and public transportation that are involved in the transport of essential goods and services.

But just like the rest of the Cebuanos, these exempted individuals will still be asked to continue to observe minimum public health requirements like the wearing of face masks and the need to observe social distancing.Meanwhile, home isolation will now encouraged for households with separate room or spaces that may be converted into an isolation area for their sick family members and upon approval of designated medical personnel.

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| Cebu City PIO /file photo CEBU CITY, Philippines — Cebu City Mayor Michael Rama has issued guidelines that will have to be followed while the city remains under Alert Level 3 following the rise in COVID-19 cases here. Under, Directive No. Police Lieutenant Colonel Maria Theresa Macatangay, information officer of the Cebu City Police Office (CCPO), said that they will remind the public to be at home before the curfew begins and follow the health protocols implemented as the city is now under the Alert level 3. 01-14-2022-01 which he signed on Thursday, January 13, curfew hours will already be from 11 p. Santo Niño: Gasa sa Katawhang Pilipinhon Every Fiesta Señor celebration, Cebuanos take their Sto.m. Macatangay said that Mayor Michael Rama has directed them to follow the guidelines from the Inter-Agency Task Force under the Alert Level 3 . to 4 a. Ormoc City’s resolution authored by Councilor Lalaine Marcos specified that their policy on stimulating RE investments had been anchored on the provisions of Republic Act 9136 or the Electric Power Industry Reform Act (EPIRA) and Republic Act 9513 or the Renewable Energy Act of 2008.

m. Macatangay said the checkpoints that were set up to address criminality in the city and address security concerns for the coming elections are also still in place. Santo Niño: Gasa sa Katawhang Pilipinhon, an exhibit of various images of the Holy Child Jesus gives you the opportunity to have a closer look at many Sto. of the next day instead of 11:30 p.m. During their Oplan Bulabog on Thursday night, January 13, 2022, Macatangay said they were able to apprehend 122 individuals including 80 curfew violators. to 4 a. Novena Mass Live Streaming To ensure a safe and secure Fiesta Señor 2022, live streaming of the Novena Masses are broadcasted inside SM Seaside City Cebu with a controlled and safe venue for a solemn mass.m. This is seven persons lesser than Wednesday evening’s 129 violators.” The city resolution further stipulated that “Ormoc shall continue to support clean and renewable energy projects and is strongly encouraging the distribution utility, Leyte Electric Cooperative V (LEYECO V), and those contestable customers duly recognized by the Energy Regulatory Commission (ERC) to secure their power requirement from clean and renewable energy sources.

The curfew hours for minors will remain from 10 p.m. The police official said they are hoping there will be no more violators that they will apprehend in the coming days and that the public will heed this specific protocol. to 4 a.m. Nagkataas ang atoang COVID-19 cases,so unsa man atoang buhaton? Magpuyo tas atoang panimalay, mao ra jod na atong buhaton. in accordance with an existing city ordinance.

READ: Cebu City, Mandaue City raised to Alert Level 3 However, exemptions will apply on Authorized Persons Outside Residence (APORs), Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) employees, health workers, and government personnel providing frontline and emergency services. Let’s not complicate things. Also exempted are workers operating cargo vehicles and public transportation that are involved in the transport of essential goods and services. READ: No lockdown in Cebu City for Alert Level 3 But just like the rest of the Cebuanos, these exempted individuals will still be asked to continue to observe minimum public health requirements like the wearing of face masks and the need to observe social distancing. Let’s make it simple. Cebuanos, who do not have important businesses outdoors like report for work or buy essentials, are asked to remain in their homes in compliance with OPLAN Puyo or the city’s stay-at-home policy. HOME ISOLATION Meanwhile, home isolation will now encouraged for households with separate room or spaces that may be converted into an isolation area for their sick family members and upon approval of designated medical personnel. Now, do we want to run after everyone and arrest them all? That’s one of the things that we would not like to do but if we see that the people are really hardheaded, we have no choice but to arrest them.

“Furthermore, the parent, guardian, head of the family, or person having custody of and exercising parental authority of and exercising parental authority over minors shall make sure that the person within the household who is swabbed and waiting for the result shall remain at home,” reads portions of Rama’s directive. 30 PERCENT CAPACITY Establishments will be allowed to accommodate only 30 percent of its supposed indoor capacity and 50 percent for its outdoor capacity as mandate by the Interagency Task Force (IATF). Macatangay further said that their deployment remains and that they will assess first if adjustments have to be done. Capacity limitation also applies to public transportation. “In relation thereto, loading and unloading of passengers must only be made at the designated bus or jeepney stops. /rcg READ: Subscribe to our regional newsletter By providing an email address. Further, public commuters are encouraged to be vaccinated at the soonest possible time as an effort of self-protection and preservation,” reads the mayor’s directive.

READ: VACCINATION But while stricter regulations will be imposed, Cebu City’s vaccination program will continue. In his directive, Rama said, all of the designated vaccination sites here will also continue to cater to walk-in clients. Also, Cebu City will continue with its Enhanced Citywide Qualitative Health and Sanitation (ECQ-HS) Drive to hasten recovery efforts from super typhoon Odette while virtual Sinulog activities will also continue on Sunday, January 16, as earlier scheduled. Below is a copy of Directive No. 01-14-2022-01.

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