Are sports allowed under GCQ? Batangas Vice Gov. Mark Leviste wants to know
Now that Batangas would be under general community quarantine after May 15, Batangas Vice Gov. Mark Leviste is wondering whether sports would be allowed.
In a Facebook post, Leviste tagged Malacanang officials on his query.
He wanted to know if sports clubs and country clubs where individual sports or activities where physical distancing is possible could be permitted to reopen in GCQ areas.
Some examples are golf courses, tennis courts, badminton facilities and bowling centers.
Leviste would also like to know where he could file an appeal, if ever.
Looks like many people can’t wait to go out and play!
“Laging Handa PH PTV
Sec. Harry Roque / USec. Rocky Ignacio:
Under #GCQ, can we already open sports and country clubs that allows individual sports and/or activities that can observe physical distance amongst athletes/players such as golf clubs, tennis courts, badminton facilities, bowling centers, and the like?
In case we need to file an inquiry or appeal, may we know to whom should we address it?
Thanks and more power! #LagingHandaPH #LigtasBatangas
Cc: DILG Philippines DILG IV-A Dilg Batangas,” Leviste posted.
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