Police Chiefs Ordered to Recalibrate Health, Safety Measures

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Police Chiefs Ordered to Recalibrate Health, Safety Measures


The Joint Task Force COVID Shield has ordered all police commanders to recalibrate their security and health safety measures as policymakers of the national government decided to further ease the community restrictions to revive the economy that was severely affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Police Lt. Gen. Guillermo Lorenzo Eleazar, commander of the JTF COVID Shield, said the easing of restrictions would be a challenge for those mandated to enforce the quarantine rules since more people would be allowed to go out and more industries would be allowed to operate.

Lt. Gen. Guillermo Eleazar

(PNP / MANILA BULLETIN / FILE PHOTO)

"While a lot of industries were allowed to operate in the past months, there are only limited people who were able to avail of the goods and services because of the restrictions on the movement of the people. Our policy-makers deem it logical to allow more people to go out to avail of these goods and services because this is actually what the re-opening of the economy is really intended for," said Eleazar.

"The decision to further ease the restrictions is a big challenge to your Joint Task Force COVID Shield in terms of implementing the quarantine rules. That is why it is important that our commanders on the ground must re-strategize in order to continue ensuring the protection of the people," he added.

Based on the decision of the Inter-Agency Task Force for the Management of Emerging Infectious Diseases (IATF-MEID), the age restriction to stay out of their homes was adjusted to 15- to 65-years-old. The rules on crossing borders were also eased while there are more people who were both included in the list of the Authorized Persons Outside Residence (APOR) and exemption from curfew. …

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