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Governor Ramil Hernandez warns Laguna may go back to ECQ

By Nimfa Estrellado
May 22, 2020




Gov. Hernandez warned the province's possible return to the enhanced quarantine community if most people continue to disobey the rules implemented in the MECQ.



CALAMBA CITY, Laguna - Once again, Laguna Governor Ramil Hernandez called on his constituents to follow the policies and guidelines of the current 'modified' enhanced quarantine community throughout the province.

This happened after most of the areas in the province of Laguna became crowded with people after several establishments allowed to open and returned operations under the MECQ.

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"“Pakiusap, sumunod po ang lahat sa mga patakaran magmula sa pinaksimpleng mamamayan hanggang sa may pinaka-malaking negosyo," the Governor said.

On his official Facebook page, Gov. Hernandez also warned the possible return to the enhanced quarantine community state of the province if people will continue to disobey the rules implemented in the MECQ.

“Kung sa classroom may 50 estudyante tapos pwede lumabas ang 5, tapos pagkalipas ng ilang sandali pwede na lumabas ang 20 pero may mga patakaran para sa lahat na dapat sundin, tapos hindi pala sumunod sa patakaran kaya mas lumaki ang problema, yon hindi na pala pwedeng lumabas uli ang lahat. Pasok uli sa classroom ang lahat. Balik uli sa simula,” the Governor said.

“Ayaw nating lahat ng sitwasyong ito, huwag na nating palalain. Dahan-dahan sa pagkakaisa natin, malalapmpasan natin ito. Huwag po masyado magmadali at makalimot mag-isip at mag-ingat,” the Governor added.

Gov. Hernandez said the provincial government would not stop to address other issues regarding the implementation of measures against the spread of COVID-19.

“Bagama’t inaamin namin na hindi kami perpekto. Magtulungan tayo sa ating mga kahinaan sa halip na magturuan at magsisihan tayo sa kahinaan ng bawat isa,”the Governor promised.

According to data released that have recorded by the Department of Health Center for Health Development Region 4A on Monday, May 18, 26 new cases of COVID-19 have in Laguna as the number of confirmed cases in the province has increased to 386.

Meanwhile, 172 of them reported having cured and recovered while 31 reported having died from COVID-19.

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