DPOS conducts ‘Oplan Sita’ in Quezon City

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Quezon City, Philippines — As part of the local government of Quezon City’s effort to ensure residents follow the minimum health protocols, the Department of Public Order and Safety (DPOS) conducted an “Oplan Sita” operation on Monday, August 2.

DPOS personnel checked around residential areas and remind the public to wear their face masks and face shields properly, in coordination with the Task Force Traffic and Transport Management.

The operation team also visited the main highways and wet markets, including Barangay Pinyahan, East Avenue, and Nepa Q-Mart.

All violators of City Ordinance 2965-2020 at 2908-2020 (amended City Ordinance 2957-2020), those caught not wearing a face mask and/or face shield, received penalty tickets.



Under the ordinance, all violating citizens will face the following punishments: P300 for first offence; P500 for second offence; and P1,000 for third offence.

The local government of Quezon City reiterated and reminded residents to follow the minimum health protocols to help stop the further spread of COVID-19 and its highly contagious Delta variant. – WhatALife.ph

(Source: Quezon City Government)


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