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Curfew violators did Zumba in Pasig
Pasig strictly implements curfew hours in the city.

The LGU has begun enforcing a nightly curfew after its city council passed earlier on March 15, an ordinance allowing the measure aimed at stifling the spread of the 2019 coronavirus.


As was agreed on by the Metro Manila Council, Pasig’s curfew runs from 8 pm to 5 am, during which all citizens are expected to stay indoors unless they fall under the following exceptions:
  • People going to work or returning home from work
  • People buying food and essential supplies
  • People responding to emergencies
  • People traveling for medical or health reasons


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The police patrol begins a few minutes past 9 pm. Mayor Vico Sotto encourages his constituents to stay at home instead to avoid the spread of today's pandemic.

In this video, residents from Barangay Rosario were punished in the evening after being caught during curfew hours.
The other video shows the punishment for Barangay Maybunga residents who did the same violation.
Pasig currently has 33 confirmed cases of COVID-19 as of writing.

READ NEXT: Vico Sotto asked Pasigueno for patience over food pack distribution delay

Curfew violators did Zumba in Pasig

Curfew violators did Zumba in Pasig
Pasig strictly implements curfew hours in the city.

The LGU has begun enforcing a nightly curfew after its city council passed earlier on March 15, an ordinance allowing the measure aimed at stifling the spread of the 2019 coronavirus.


As was agreed on by the Metro Manila Council, Pasig’s curfew runs from 8 pm to 5 am, during which all citizens are expected to stay indoors unless they fall under the following exceptions:
  • People going to work or returning home from work
  • People buying food and essential supplies
  • People responding to emergencies
  • People traveling for medical or health reasons


Loading...

The police patrol begins a few minutes past 9 pm. Mayor Vico Sotto encourages his constituents to stay at home instead to avoid the spread of today's pandemic.

In this video, residents from Barangay Rosario were punished in the evening after being caught during curfew hours.
The other video shows the punishment for Barangay Maybunga residents who did the same violation.
Pasig currently has 33 confirmed cases of COVID-19 as of writing.

READ NEXT: Vico Sotto asked Pasigueno for patience over food pack distribution delay

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