Walang vaccine, bawal magtinda sa tiangge — NCR mayors

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Kinakailangan na ngayong maging fully vaccinated laban sa COVID-19 ang mga tindera at iba pang tauhan sa mga tiangge at pamilihan sa NCR alinsunod sa bagong resolusyong ibinaba ng Metro Manila Council (MMC) na binubuo ng 17 alkalde sa rehiyon at Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA).

Ayon sa resolution No. 21-27, series of 2021, required na ang lahat ng tindera at manggagawa sa mga tiangge at bazaar sa Metro Manila na maging bakunado bago magbukas ang mga ito ng kani-kanilang negosyo sa publiko lalo na ngayong paparating na kapaskohan. 

“In order to guard against exposure to and/or infection with the Covid-19 virus similar to the September 2019 polio outbreak, there is a need to require all traders, salespersons, exhibitors, organizers, and other personnel to be fully vaccinated,” saad ng resolusyon.

Inaasahan umano ang pagdagsa ng mga tao ngayong holiday season at karamihan sa mga tindera at manggagawa dito ay nanggagaling pa sa iba’t ibang parte ng bansa kung kaya’t magiging mahirap ang contact tracing. 

“These bazaars, tiangges, and pop-up stores are seasonal in nature and their traders, salespersons, exhibitors, organizers, and other personnel come from different parts of the country thereby making contact tracing highly difficult on the part of the concerned local government units in the event of COVID-19 exposure or infection,” dagdag ng resolusyon. 

Layon din ng resolusyong magtalaga ng pinag-isang patakaran at guidelines para sa pagsasagawa ng mga tindahan at tiangge sa Metro Manila.

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