Taguig keeps coffee shops closes
Taguig City reminded constituents that coffee shops, bake shops and similar establishments remain closed under the general community quarantine (GCQ).
In a Facebook post on June 1, Monday, the local government of Taguig issued the reminder. “Only take-out and delivery are allowed,” part of the FB post read.
To know more about this policy, visit: www.taguiginfo.com/safe-city/
The whole of Metro Manila has been placed under a GCQ starting June 1.
Under a GCQ, some establishments are allowed to operate but with certain requirements and following established health protocols.
The government of Taguig, like the rest of Metro Manila, has been adjusting to the levels of quarantine that is being implemented by the national government.
With Bonifacio Global City (BGC) under its jurisdiction, the local government of Taguig has come up with programs to ensure that the health of its constituents, as the city slowly resumes business operations.
Taguig City tapped ORCA Cold Chain Solutions to ensure that it can safely store and transport its coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19) vaccines to its constituents once the life-saving jabs are delivered, according to a report by Philippine News ...