Mahigit 9K pulis, ipakakalat; 373 checkpoints itatayo, para sa uniform curfew sa NCR ngayong araw

IPAKAKALAT ng Philippine National Police (PNP) ang libu-libong mga pulis sa National Capital Region (NCR) upang ipatupad ang uniform curfew hours simula alas 10:00 ng gabi hanggang sa alas 5:00 ng umaga ngayong araw, Marso 15.

Ayon kay PNP officer in charge Lt. Gen. Guillermo Eleazar, layunin ng uniform curfew na matugunan ang pagtaas ng kaso ng COVID-19 partikular na sa NCR.

“In consultation with our Chief PNP, Gen. Debold Sinas. I have ordered the deployment of additional policemen to augment the National Capital Region Police Office (NCRPO) in the implementation of uniform curfew hours in Metro Manila from March 15 to March 31, 2021,” pahayag ni Eleazar.

Kabilang sa mga karagdagang puwersa ay magmumula sa Highway Patrol Group (HPG), Reactionary Standby Support Force (RSSF), at iba pang yunit na dati pang nagsagawa ng Red Teaming operations.

Nasa kabuuang 9,634 mga pulis mula sa Quezon City Police District, Manila Police District, Eastern Police District, Northern Police District, Southern Police District ay ipakakalat upang tumulong sa pagpapatupad sa nasabing curfew.

Itatayo rin ang 373 checkpoints sa iba’t ibang lugar sa NCR na pupuwersahan ng beat at mobile car patrollers.

“The mission is plane and simple: All police forces will strictly implement the Uniform Curfew Hours from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. and will ensure that people in Metro Manila observe the minimum health safety standard protocol,” ayon kay Eleazar.

Hinikayat naman ni Eleazar ang publiko na iwasan ang pakikipagtalo at umiwas mula sa pagkaaresto sa pamamagitan ng pagsunod sa mga patakaran sa minimum health safety protocol.

Hindi naman kabilang sa ipinatutupad na uniform curfew hours ang mga sumusunod:

— Medical practitioners, nurses, ambulance drivers and other workers of medical facilities while on their way to and from work;
— Attendants of other persons dealing with an emergency medical situation;
— Persons who are obtaining emergency medical assistance for themselves or for other persons;
— Drivers of delivery trucks while on their way to deliver essential goods/products;
— Owners, vendors and other persons involved in the transport and delivery of essential goods;
— Private employees such as call center agents while on their way to and from work;
— Construction workers while on their way to and from work;
— Media practitioners while performing their job;
— Persons who are travelling to or from airport prior to or after a flight;
— Drivers of private transportation used as shuttle services while on their way to and from work;
— Members of Law Enforcement Agencies (LEAs), including Armed Forces of the Philippines, Philippine Coast Guard, Bureau of Fire Protection, and other emergency responders;
— security guards; and employees of open fast-foods (take out only).

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