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Muntinlupa police launches 'Oplan Galugad' to strictly enforce lockdown measures

Members of the Muntinlupa City Police Station conduct strict implementation of lockdown protocols. (PIA file)

QUEZON CITY, August 11 (PIA) -- The Muntinlupa City Police Station (MCPS) has launched "Oplan Galugad" to apprehend residents violating city ordinances for the duration of community quarantine including curfew hours, mandatory wearing of face masks, quarantine pass system and liquor ban, among others.

Muntinlupa City Public Information Officer Tez Navarro told the PIA-NCR that members of MCPS, city security officers, and barangay police will continue to augment round-the-clock inspections to ensure that health protocols and quarantine guidelines in public places and business establishments are strictly followed. The stringent measure aims to limit movements and interactions in public places which are hotspots for the transmission of COVID-19. 

The public is also encouraged to report cases of violation to the MCPS or to their nearest barangay.

As August 10, MCPS recorded 305 apprehensions in which six individuals were charged with cases for regular filling. Among recent violators were 60 minors who were given a stern warning for their offense. Violators, who are below legal age, or those below 18, and whose education is being subsidized by the local government will immediately lose their city scholarship if they commit a second offense.

To recall, the Muntinlupa LGU reverted the curfew hours from 8:00 p.m. to 5:00 a.m. for the duration of the modified enhanced community quarantine (MECQ), and approved a liquor ban that will be in effect for all types of community quarantine.

Curfew violators may face penalties of up to P1,000.00, while liquor ban violators will pay up to P2,000.00 penalty.

On the other hand, establishments who will be caught selling alcoholic beverages in the city will incur a P5,000.00 fine, suspension or revocation of business permits, and one-year imprisonment.

Furthermore, strict implementation of home quarantine pass system is also observed during ECQ and MECQ.

Quarantine pass holders in the city are required to bring a government-issued ID for verification and can only purchase essential goods from 6:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon. Establishments and Homeowners Associations are mandated to inspect quarantine passes from persons entering or exiting their premises.

Violators of the quarantine pass system may face penalties of up to P1,000.00.

Mayor Jaime Fresnedi has asked for the cooperation of the public.

He said the strict quarantine measure aims to slow down the transmission of COVID-19 in the city.

At the same time, Mayor Jaime also urged residents to observe health protocols such as wearing face masks, physical distancing, and frequent hand washing. (PIA NCR)



source https://pia.gov.ph/news/articles/1049965

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