Paranaque still requires quarantine pass
Paranaque City Mayor Edwin Olivarez said the use of quarantine passes will still be enforced in the city amid a stricter implementation of the general community quarantine (GCQ).
He also enumerated other guidelines under the stricter GCQ in the city:
- Only those with quarantine passes and authorized persons outside residences (APOR) are allowed to leave their homes.
- Only one person per household may leave their residences, in an effort to limit the movement of people outside.
- The use of face masks and face shields will be strictly implemented.
- Curfew hours are from 8 p.m. to 5 a.m.
- The liquor ban was lifted effective Aug. 19, but alcohol may only be sold and bought within the city between 6 a.m. to 6 p.m.
- The serving of liquor in any dine-in restaurant or any other establishments and drinking in public places are still prohibited.
- Malls, carinderias, markets, sari-sari stores, and talipapa (small markets) may be open up to 6 p.m. only.
- Only those with quarantine passes will be allowed to enter malls.
- Market-goers will observe number coding: those with quarantine passes ending in 1 and 2 may go to the market on Monday, 3 and 4 on Tuesday, 5 and 6 on Thursday, 7 and 8 on Friday, and 9 and 0 on Saturday.
Olivarez said Wednesday is the disinfection day and Sunday is for persons with disability (PWD) senior citizens, pregnant women, and frontliners.
City Administrator lawyer Fernando Soriano said they anticipate the approval of a city ordinance to be enacted by the City Council on the mandatory wearing of face masks and face shields in the city. Once approved, the ordinance will be immediately implemented, and penalties imposed on violators.
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