Bacolod City Vice Mayor El Cid Familiaran Plans to Place LTO Officers Involved in BPO Van Apprehension Under 14-Day Quarantine
Bacolod City Vice Mayor El Cid Familiaran is now planning to place the LTO officers involved in BPO van apprehension under 14-day quarantine.
Earlier, it has been reported that the Land Transportation Office Region 6 is apprehending vans rented by BPO companies catering BPO employees. The vans serve as the service vehicle of the call center agents.
BPO employees were forced to walk from and to their workplace due to the incident. LTO would charge a fine of P200,000 to the operators and drivers who will be caught. The agency explained that operators need to acquire a special permit from LTFRB to operate.
Recently, Bacolod City Vice Mayor El Cid Familiaran plans to place the officers of LTO-6 under 14-day quarantine because some of them came from Iloilo wherein there are cases of coronavirus disease 2019.
Familiaran would also attend a meeting together some local officials Bacolod City, Negros Occidental to discuss the issue.
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