Café in Crosswinds Tagaytay Criticized for Not Observing Minimum Health Protocol
The local cafe in Crosswinds Tagaytay who recently became famous to tourists criticized by netizens after spotted neglecting health protocols.
A lot of visitors visit the café as it becomes popular because a real estate company or travel company constructing a new project which is called a “Switzerland look-alike” project.
If a café in Tagaytay decline senior citizens when they visit into their establishment, here in the café in Crosswinds welcome tourists such as bikers, and various group. The café owned by a family of politicians even welcomes over 60 years old and younger than 12 years old.
This is a contrast to the Baguio government that is very careful in accepting tourists. When entering Baguio, it is necessary for local and foreign tourists to go through a thorough process.
But in the café of the Swiss-style project of land grabber real estate company, aged 15 or under and 60 years or higher, can travel there to see the said popular café, according to the article of Jerry Yap.
Based on some photos sent to Yap, it can be seen that ‘social distancing’ is not properly observed, even the security guard still does not care and does not reprimand tourists. Also, there is no control over the crowd.
The people of Crosswinds complain that their ‘staycation’ has lost their ‘exclusivity’ because everywhere they go it is full of people. The café was criticized by Jerry Yap and netizens because amid pandemic people flock to visit the unique café.
The security guards said that they could not do anything because the people and the travel agencies put Crosswinds in their itinerary. They allegedly charge P800 per pax for escort at Crosswinds.
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