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Muntinlupa PNP installs border controls ahead of ECQ

Urges public to avoid non-essential travel

QUEZON CITY, (PIA) -- Members of the Muntinlupa City Police Station has installed border controls in strategic areas in the city ahead of the imposition of the enhanced community quarantine on August 6 and advised the public to avoid non-essential travels.

Muntinlupa Chief-of-Police (COP) PCol Melencio Maddatu Buslig said that only Authorized Persons Outside of Residence (APOR) will be allowed to pass through the checkpoints while un-authorized person outside of residence (UPOR) will be asked to return to their homes.

Border quarantine control points are located at San Pedro-Tunasan Boundary, Susana Heights Exit, Sucat-Taguig Boundary, and Biazon Road - Alabang Boundary.

PCol Buslig noted that police officers inspect minimum health protocols such as wearing of face masks and face shield and observance of physical distancing for those passing the checkpoints, especially in public utility vehicles such as jeepneys, buses, and tricycles.

Essential workers residing in the province who work, or pass through, in Muntinlupa may be allowed to pass the checkpoints provided that they present a Company ID or any document justifying that they are included in the APOR list.

The local COP warned the public that starting August 6, the beginning of ECQ in Metro Manila, the local police will implement stricter inspection in border controls.

Earlier, DILG Secretary Eduardo Año directed the JTF COVID Shield to activate Quarantine Control Points along the borders of NCR Plus in Cavite, Bulacan, Laguna, and Rizal in compliance with IATF Resolution No. 130-A.

Año reminded the PNP to allow the free movement of cargo/delivery vehicles, especially those bringing food across all quarantine control points because these are important to the economy.

Mayor Jaime Fresnedi urges the public to continue observing health protocols such as frequent hand-washing, wearing of face masks and face shields, and physical distancing, especially with the rising COVID-19 cases due to the Delta variant.

Fresnedi encourages city residents to avail the vaccination service of the local government for them to have an added protection against the adverse effects of COVID-19.

Muntinlupa City residents may register in the city’s COVID-19 vaccination registration through

The local government awaits final guidelines from the IATF on the implementation of the Enhanced Community Quarantine in Metro Manila from August 6 to August 20.

As of August 1, Muntinlupa City has 511 active cases, with 13,988 recoveries, 14,888 confirmed cases, 389 reported deaths, 27 suspect cases, and 1,446 probable cases.

(Muntinlupa PIO/PIA-NCR)

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