Health protocol continues to be enforced as GCQ extended to Feb. 28

DAVAO CITY, Feb. 3 (PIA)- Davao City’s top cop assured the implementation of all health protocols especially that the quarantine status of the city to general community quarantine has been extended to February 28 and the extension of the curfew and liquor ban up to March 31, 2021.

Colonel Kirby John Kraft, director of the Davao City Police Office bared the police has stopped temporarily the scanning of the Davao QR code.

He said the suspension is due to the coming out of new procedure for the checking of the Davao QR Code.

“Inaayos pa po yung sistema ( The system is being fixed) until we will be implementing it again,” Kraft said.

He said the police has reverted back to checking the documents to determine if the person is authorized to go out of residence or not.

Kraft also reminded the residents to abide with the culture of security and health protocols like wearing of face masks, face shields and social distancing and the use of alcohol which are being implemented by the authorities.

He also revealed that the plan to activate eight more police stations in the city will push through with the corresponding budget from the City Government for the construction of their buildings. (PIA XI-Joey Sem G. Dalumpines)

 



Source: Philippines Information Agency (pia.gov.ph)

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