ACTING proactively and expecting the visit of Villasinians from the National Capital Regions and other areas under the General Community Quarantine, the Villasis Anti-COVID-19 Task Force passed a resolution setting health protocols to be observed in the town from March 22 to April 5 in a bid to prevent the spread of the disease.
In its post on Facebook, the Task Force took note of the disturbing report that the new COVID-19 variants were already detected in Urdaneta City, a neighbor of Villasis to the north.
The resolution directed that –
- Mass gatherings, including mass and worship services shall be strictly 50% of full capacity. Only 15 to 65 years old shall be allowed to join these activities and all must wear face masks and shields at all times.
- Face-to-face meetings, seminars and the like are strongly discouraged.
- Baptisms, weddings and funeral services are limited to 25 attendees only while birthdays, anniversary and other social gatherings shall be limited to the members of the households only.
- Religious processions are banned.
- Only 15 – 65 years old are allowed to on essential travels.
- Group rides, motorcycle and bicycle races are prohibited.
- Mass Zumbas dance sports and other mass recreational gatherings are also prohibited.
- Spas and resorts are prohibited to operate.
- Enclosed commercial establishments should require clients and employees to wear face shields to be worn over face masks.
- Curfew hours are from 9 p.m. to 4:00 a.m. to non-APORs or Authorized Persons Outside of Residence.
Copies of the resolution were furnished to all departments and to the PNP for enforcement. (Leonardo Micua)
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