Penalties In Violations Of Motorcycle Guidelines According To PNP/IATF
NEW MOTORCYCLE GUIDELINES – Here are the possible penalties of violations on the new “Back-Riding” guidelines.
According to the Joint Task Force COVID Shield commander Police Lt. Gen. Guillermo Eleazar, those who violate the “Mandatory Reporting of Notifiable Diseases and Health Events of Public Health Concern Act” may incur the following penalties:
Failure to use plastic barriers and inability to present evidence of marriage or live-in could be fined P1,500 for the first offense, P3,000 for the second, and P5,000 for the third offense.
Meanwhile, those who fail to wear a face mask amid the coronavirus quarantine would face a penalty depending on the ordinance of the province he/she has been caught.
Based on an article from ABS-CBN, Eleazar stated:
Humihingi kami ng tulong sa force multipliers gaya ng LGUs at mga barangay tanod na nagsusulong na maipatupad ang tungkulin na ito na puwedeng makatulong sa amin na maiwasan ang unnecessary movement
Previously, back-riding on motorcycles was not allowed to prevent the further spread of the virus. However, the COVID task force recently allowed this if you could prove that you are a married couple or live-in partners.
Because of this, netizens and drivers have made jokes about the decisions of those in charge.
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