Bawal pa ring gumala! Gemma Lubigan: People’s movement still limited despite Cavite’s GCQ status
Trece Martires, Cavite Mayor Gemma Lubigan reminded residents to refrain from going out of their homes unless necessary even if the province will be under the relaxed general community quarantine (GCQ) status starting May 16.
In a Facebook post, Lubigan said GCQ means more establishments will be allowed to open and some forms of public transportation can resume operations. Employees can also return to work.
The mayor, however, said a curfew will remain in place and those who need to go out of their homes need to bring a quarantine pass.
“MALINAW PO NA ANG GCQ AY HINDI PAGBABAGO O PAG LEVEL UP UPANG MAKAPASYAL OR MAKAGALA TAYO. GCQ MAY Q PA DIN, NAKA QUARANTINE PA DIN. GANUN PA DIN PO. LIMITADO PA DIN ANG GALAWAN, 1QPASS PER HOUSEHOLD PA DIN,” she said.
Lubigan reminded residents that limiting their movements will minimize their risk of catching COVID-19.
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