MMDA: Number Coding Remains Suspended Amid Quarantine Ease
MMDA – The MMDA said that the number coding scheme will remain suspended amid ease of quarantine protocol and reopening of more businesses.
Metropolitan Manila Development Authority Chairman Benhur Abalos said that the said program will remain suspended until public transportation returns to normal, according to a report from PhilStar.
“We want to help the riding public and make transportation easier for them,”
President Duterte is set to announce this week where or not the general community quarantine classification for Metro Manila would be downgraded to modified GCQ.
National Capital Region Police Office chief Maj. Gen. Vicente Danao said, on the other hand, that police would go around communities to ensure public compliance with COVID-19 health protocols.
Based on the report, Danao also backed the easing of quarantine restrictions in order to help businesses recover from the pandemic.
The agency earlier confirmed that the Mayors of Manila wanted to have modified general community quarantine implemented by March.
The agency said, however, that it did not disclose which Mayor voted in favor of easing quarantine restrictions in the capital. A majority of the mayors in Manila went with the majority vote.
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