Bacoor City Mayor Lani Revilla, through the issuance of an executive order, extends the localized lockdown in Barangay Zapote 1 until July 24 due to the rising cases of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in the area.
“Strictly stay at home, No tambay (loitering) and no visitors allowed. All quarantine ID passes of each households under the critical zone or localized lockdown covers are suspended until the lockdown is not lifted,” Barangay Chairman Vivian Gawaran-Ramirez announced via the official social media account of Brgy. Zapote 1.
The city government will continue distribution of food packs to residents affected by the lockdown. The employees, on the other hand, may also appeal for aid to purchase maintenance medicines and other essential items, thorugh the help of the barangay.
Any citizen who violates the executive order will face penalty according to Section 10 of Mandatory Reporting of Notifiable Diseases and Health Events of Public Health Concern Act.
On July 10, 19 positive cases of COVID-19 were declared in Zapote 1. Active cases stand at 16; three were reported to have died.