Self-employed Filipinos may make own IDs for work travel: Palace

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Self-employed Filipinos may make their own IDs so they could travel for work-related reasons while community quarantine protocols are in place, Malacañang said Wednesday.

MANILA - Self-employed Filipinos may make their own IDs so they could travel for work-related reasons while community quarantine protocols are in place, Malacañang said Wednesday.

He made the statement as several areas are set to shift to eased restrictions on Saturday as the country continued to face the coronavirus pandemic. "Sa mga self-employed, puwede naman silang gumawa ng card nila at ipakita nila kung ano talaga ang gagawin nila at saang industriya iyon," he added. "'Yung mga allowed po magtrabaho sa iba't-ibang quarantine areas, they will be allowed provided that they are working in an industry that is allowed to operate," Roque said in a Palace press briefing.


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business permits or brgy permit mas ok

Hahaha, fake id's joined the group.

Lahat pwedeng self-employed?

Pano kung hindi ihonor un I'd na ginawa nila or for example following some documents with the government office

Who's behind that idea? I bet that one is fake.. Anubayan .d n ba nagiisip?. Basta maka issue lang ng statement..

I don't think that's a good idea...

Knowing how creative Filipinos are... 🤦‍♂️

This is a crazy idea. Ok free for all why not delegate it to the brgy?

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