BRGY. 178, Maricaban, Pasay City is subject to total lockdown due to widespread COVID-19 threats in the country.
The barangay personally suggested the military presence in the area to control the in and out of the residents.
Earlier it was reported that residents’ heads were stubborn despite the implementation of enhanced community quarantine and curfew.
Some of the complaints of barangay tanod (watchmen) and officials are people kept coming back when no authorities are seen.
About 40 members of the Philippine Army from Camp Aguinaldo currently ruling the area.
There have been three confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the area that they are now trying to control.
Under total lockdown, quarantine passes are canceled except for people buying in the market for food and other necessities in their homes within three to six o’clock.
Their stores are allowed to be open from three to eight in the evening only.