Bacolod City gov’t imposes 6-hour COVID-19 curfew

first_imgPolice checkpoints were also put up instrategic areas of the City to enforce necessary quarantine measures. Exemptedare call center agents whose duty fall under curfew hours, health workers,emergency response personnel of government, accredited media practitioners; fire fighters and other disaster relief personnel; priests andministers performing last sacraments for last rites; and public utility vehicledrivers servicing. Parents or guardians shall take properresponsibility over their minor children onwards in observing the curfew. City police are also visible at nightpatrolling major thoroughfares and streets. Under Mayor Evelio Leonardia’s ExecutiveOrder (EO) No. 22, a curfew from 10 p.m. until 4 a.m. for all residents isenforced. To ensure they follow the order, somevillage officials are knocking on the door of every home to reiterateLeonardia’s policy to strictly observe home quarantine.center_img The early closure of businesshours in all malls and other commercial areas are directed to limit theirdaily operational hours to 8 p.m./PN BACOLOD City – Residents here areencouraged to just stay home and observe curfew hours to contain the spread ofcoronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). Stringent social distancing must bestrictly observed. City residents are strongly encouraged to stay at home, andare advised to only come out for work, to buy their daily needs and supplies,or to go to medical establishments. Leonardia cited in his EO that anyperson failing or refusing to observe this curfew measure may be dealt withappropriately by the Philippine National Police as regards the inimicalact committed in violation of public order. last_img read more

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End of Fairy Tale in Melbourne: Damir Džumhur Says Farewell to Australian Open

first_imgThe most beautiful story of this year’s Australian Open ended today in the third round at Hisense Arena. The B&H tennis player Damir Džumhur failed to beat Tomas Berdych from the Czech Republic, and the final score of the match was 3:0 in sets.The B&H tennis player held himself well in the first set, which lasted 37 minutes. With the result 5:4 for Berdych, Džumhur lost the first set after losing the serve, and the score was 6:4 in the first set.In the second set, Damir’s concentration was low. He contested decisions by the umpire and sought a challenge. His nervousness was noticeable, and resulted in the unnecessary loss of a few points.In Melbourne, Džumhur showed that through work and effort, without support of the country and system, excellent results could be achieved. With proper and effective work, which the money earned from Melbourne will help, Damir will be able to achieve his goals and enter the top 100 players in the world.(Source: klix.ba)last_img read more

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