Yosi kadiri! Carmona Mayor Roy Loyola temporarily bans smoking areas in workplaces
Health is paramount as the country battles the COVID 19 pandemic, and this also means discouraging the deadly smoking habit.
In a Facebook post, Carmona Mayor Roy Loyola said it was important to protect all aspects of health.
This was why he supports the government task force’s call for a temporary ban on smoking areas in workplaces while the modified enhanced community quarantine is in place.
This would help prevent the spread of COVID 19 as well as other health complications, he explained.
He wants a smoke-free, healthy and thriving Carmona, he added.
Pandemic or not, smoking isn’t good for us!
“Naniniwala ang Pamahalaang Bayan ng Carmona at ang inyong lingkod na mahalagang protektahan ang lahat ng aspeto ng ating kalusugan lalo pa’t ngayong tayo ay may kinakaharap pang pandemya na COVID-19.
Kung kaya’t, sinusuportahan ng lokal na pamahalaan ang National Inter-Agency Task Force (IATF) na magkaroon muna ng temporary ban sa designated smoking areas sa mga workplaces habang tayo’y nasa Modified Enhanced Community Quarantine (MECQ) upang mapigilan pa ang patuloy na pagkalat ng COVID-19 at iba pang mga komplikasyon sa kalusugan.
Tulong-tulong po tayong lahat na makamit ang isang smoke-free, healthy, at thriving Carmona!,” Loyola posted.
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