Christmas Carolers Still Advised to Wear Face Masks – DOH

DOH Says Christmas Carolers Should Still Wear Face Masks

The Department of Health (DOH) advised the Christmas carolers that they should still wear face masks while singing.

The Christmas pilgrims are instructed by the DOH about their planned caroling activities. They should continue to use face masks to protect themselves from the coronavirus sickness, according to the DOH (Covid-19).

Christmas Carolers Face Masks

Even though the trend of the disease’s cases is declining, according to DOH officer-in-charge Maria Rosario Vergeire, the threat of the sickness still exists. Senior citizens in particular were encouraged to continue using a face mask in order to protect themselves against the sickness.

The DOH intends to suggest various adjustments to the warning level system in light of the epidemic and its customary limitations. According to report, the DOH has advised the Inter-Agency Task Force to keep the alert level system and the restrictions connected to it distinctly.

“Ibig sabihin dapat ang alert level, ginagamit na lang natin para masabi kung ano ‘yung risk level ng lugar. Parang storm signal na lang. Pero tatanggalin na natin kung ano ang restrictions dahil alam naman natin hindi na siya appropriate at this point,” the official said.

“High risk activity ang pagkanta so mas maganda siguro kung ang ating mga anak ay mangangaroling, pagsuotin na lang natin ng mask. Kaunting sakripisyo lang naman po ‘yan. Voluntary, hindi pinipilit, pero inirerekomenda ng Department of Health,” Vergerie added. 

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