Resort Workers in Calamba Cries, Appealed to Allow Them Operate Again

Resort Workers in Calamba Appealed to Allow Them Resume Operation

RESORT WORKERS – Employees in Calamba appealed to the local government to allow the resort where they work to operate again as they were allegedly starving.

The national government has once again prohibited the opening of tourist sites due to the resurgence of COVID-19 positive cases. Resorts, pools, and beaches are among the businesses that are now prohibited from operating due to the strict quarantine.

The recent opening of a resort in Caloocan City has sparked controversy and put a burden on the local government, as four of the 300 visitors tested positive for the virus. Owing to a breach of health protocols, the resort was forced to close.

Resort Workers in Calamba

Staff at well-known resorts in Pansol, Calamba, Laguna, continue to demand permission to open because it has already harmed their livelihood. A post depicts the appeal rendered by those who have been impacted by the resort closures in Pansol. They say that they are pleading with the resort to open in their area so that they can operate again.

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Some of the affected residents insisted that the summer was coming to an end and that the center would reopen to help them. They stated that they are prepared to adopt the same protocol that they have used in the past to prevent the virus from spreading.

Because of the hot springs, resorts are a major industry in Calamba, according to Mayor Timmy Chipeco. Thanks to the current pandemic, quarantine laws have forced the closure of nearly 2,000 resorts.

Resort Workers in Calamba

Chipeco also asked the Inter-Agency Task Force (IATF) to let private resorts open at least a small percentage of their properties. The resorts, according to Chipeco, are better because they are in an open environment.

The mayor also requested that the IATF encourage resort employees to be vaccinated in order to ensure that they are protected when the resorts open. After Metro Manila, Bulacan, Cavite, Laguna, and Rizal were put under enhanced community quarantine at the end of March, the resorts were shut down.

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