Caloocan LGU Having Hard Time to Contact 300 Guests of Resort with Fake Details
Local government unit (LGU) of Caloocan admit having hard time to contact 300 guests of Gubat sa Ciudad resort over fake details.
Caloocan mayor Oscar Malapitan said his local cops are having trouble locating the 300 people who took part in the controversial Mother’s Day swimming event at Gubat sa Ciudad Resort, which allegedly violated health protocols.
He challenged the local government to make contact with the resort’s 300 guests. However, several guests left false details and unresponsive phone numbers in the resort’s contact tracing log book.
“Merong iba na ibang pangalan ang ginamit, merong hindi ma-contact sa number nila,” he said.
The 300 people who went to the Gubat sa Ciudad resort in Caloocan City will not be detained for the time being because they will be subjected to swab testing and quarantined, according to the mayor of Caloocan. The aim is to keep those who are involved from hiding and avoiding COVID-19 procedures.
“Hindi na muna, maaaring humantong tayo roon (arrest), pero ang importante ngayon, masabihan sila na mag-quarantine sila at meron tayong libreng swab,” Malapitan said.
“Kasi ‘pag sinabi mong papatawan, magtatago kaagad ‘yang mga ‘yan,” he stressed.
He also stated that complaints are being prepared against the resort’s owner, whom he only refers to as the “De Guzman Family.” They are also arguing with management about their father’s death, which his name will be the subject of the lawsuit.
“Kahapon pine-prepare na namin ‘yung criminal case against them, eh nagtatalo ho kami dahil ‘yung father nila ay namatay na, kung kanino namin ipapangalan ‘yung demandang inihain namin,” he said.
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