Rama orders security around burned mall to avoid looting

1/29/2022 8:38:00 AM

Rama orders security around burned mall to avoid looting

Rama orders security around burned mall to avoid looting

CEBU CITY, Philippines -- Cebu City Mayor Michael Rama has ordered the Cebu City Police Office to provide ample security at a mall in Barangay Mabolo, which was destroyed by a fire on January 28,

|January 29,2022 - 12:30 PMA fire hit and damaged the APM Mall at the North Reclamation Area in Barangay Mabolo, Cebu City on Friday, January 28. | Photo courtesy of the Cebu City Fire OfficeCEBU CITY, Philippines — Cebu City Mayor Michael Rama has ordered the Cebu City Police Office to provide ample security at a mall in Barangay Mabolo, which was destroyed by a fire on January 28, 2022.

The Bureau of Fire Protection (BFP) in Cebu City estimated the damage to property at millions since the mall was operating and many stalls and tenants were affected by the fire.With this, the mayor feared that looting might occur at the mall by individuals who were seeking to salvage some of the products or goods.

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Just to be in the news, of course. I'm sure it's the mall owner's responsibility to secure their premises from looters. The ersatz mayor doesn't need to make such orders.

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| Photo courtesy of the Cebu City Fire Office CEBU CITY, Philippines — Cebu City Mayor Michael Rama has ordered the Cebu City Police Office to provide ample security at a mall in Barangay Mabolo, which was destroyed by a fire on January 28, 2022. The Bureau of Fire Protection (BFP) in Cebu City estimated the damage to property at millions since the mall was operating and many stalls and tenants were affected by the fire. Each medicine pack will contain 30 vitamin capsules or tablets, 10 paracetamol tablets, medication for cough and colds, and vitamins for children. With this, the mayor feared that looting might occur at the mall by individuals who were seeking to salvage some of the products or goods. Doctor Jeffrey Ibones, the head of the City Health Department (CHD), said that the vaccination may start on the first week of February after its launching at the National Capital Regional (NCR). “Gusto nako ma-safety ang inyong mga butang. “Uso na gyod ang ubo ug sip-on. Dili mahilabtan sa mga kiriwan. For the unvaccinated, partially vaccinated, or individuals whose vaccination status cannot be independently validated, they shall be required to present a negative RT-PCR test taken within 48 hours prior to departure from the country of origin.

Pabantayan ko na, okay? Ayaw mo og kabalaka kay ato nang patabunan aron dili mabasa,” the mayor told APM mall tenants. Human, uwan-init pa gyod kay padulong summer. The city government is waiting for the Southwestern University PHINMA and the Cebu Institute of Technology-University (CITU) to be repaired after sustaining damages from the typhoon. (I want your things to be safe. It will not be taken by thieves. (It’s really the season for cough and colds. I will have that guarded, okay? You also won’t have to worry, I will have those things covered so that it will not get wet. In the absence of an ID, the birth certificate or baptismal certificate of the child may be used by the accompanying parent or authorized guardian.) This is the inside of the APM Mall after it was hit by a fire last Friday, January 28. Also, it’s because of the changing weather because it’s approaching the summer season. Afterward, they will be quarantined in a facility until the fifth day, upon which they will be tested again.

| Photo courtesy of the Cebu City Fire Office Rama visited the fire site when the fire was nearly put out to check on the gravity of the incident. He also met with the BFP, CCPO, Cebu City Risk Reduction and Management Office (CDRRMO), and Quick Response Team (QRT) after the incident to assess the situation.) The chief doctor urged the public to take care of their health by getting the right amount of sleep, eat healthy, reducie consumption of alcohol and tobacco, and take vitamins. The city government will announce the start of the vaccination for the 5 to 11-year-old minors when the vaccine specifically designed for them will have arrived. For now, the mayor wants the police to secure the area against looters, thieves, and other individuals who may want to take advantage of the situation. He also ordered a thorough investigation of the fire incident so that other establishments may be warned of similar incidents especially since the fire allegedly started in the food court. Finally, he urged people with comorbidities to strictly monitor their conditions and take extra precautions from COVID-19. To avoid more fires, the mayor already issued a directive to prohibit the use of firecrackers and pyrotechnics for the Chinese New Year on February 1, 2022. Kasi sa totoo naman po tayo lang naman ang masipag mag testing ng libre sa RT-PCR sa lahat ng pumapasok sa MCIA as part of our border control,” said Doctor Mary Jean Loreche, the chief pathologist of DOH-7.

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