Gamboa seeks full public cooperation during GCQ

May 29, 2020
PHILIPPINE National Police chief, General Archie Francisco F. Gamboa yesterday called on the Filipino people to fully cooperate with General Community Quarantine protocols in Metro Manila and other parts of the country starting on Monday as part of the government’s continuing effort to fight the spread of the killer COVID-19 virus.

Bills promote bicycle use

Velasco pointed out that with the limited availability of mass transport system even in areas under the general community quarantine, it becomes a “new normal” for commuters to use bicycles as a primary mode of transportation.

DOLE sends home more than 19K OFWS

“We committed to safely bring home our OFWs who were virtually locked up in various quarantine facilities over an extended period of time. As of this morning, we are just short by about 5,000 still waiting to be transported for their homecoming to accomplish what we were tasked to do. As of last night, we were able to facilitate sending home 19,010 OFWs,” he said in a statement.

Build, Build. Build projects resume

THE Department of Public Works and Highways announced that infrastructure projects under the government’s Build, Build, Build Program in various places nationwide have recommenced, which will fuel government’s bounce back plan to help the economy recover quickly.

Gamboa: Checkpoints to remain under GCQ

CHECKPOINTS will remain in Metro Manila and other parts of the country to ensure that strict quarantine rules under the General Community Quarantine like social distancing and wearing of masks by the public will be fully enforced to prevent the further spread of COVID-19 apart from keeping criminals on the run, Philippine National Police chief, General Archie Francisco F. Gamboa said yesterday.