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Bacolod City, Philippines Wednesday, June 24, 2020
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San Juan watch up
BY CHRYSEE G. SAMILLANO

 

The team of the Bacolod City Disaster Risk Reduction Management Office will continue to monitor the shoreline barangays during the celebration of "San Juan" or the Feast of John the Baptist today despite the city being placed under Modified General Community Quarantine status.

Executive assistant and DRRMO head Jose Maria Vargas, yesterday said they will coordinate with officials of shoreline barangays in Bacolod to ensure that those who plan to celebrate will observe minimum health protocols, such as wearing of face mask and social distancing.

Vargas said that since resorts are not yet allowed to operate, they do not expect big crowds in these areas like in the previous past years.

The same teams they have set-up in the past will monitor the activities along the shorelines of the city today to ensure that minimum health protocols will be observed, he added.*

 

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