DSWD urges public to follow health protocols during Christmas carols
MANILA, Philippines – The Department of Welfare and Development (DSWS) on Friday urged the public to follow health protocols against COVID-19 during Christmas carols.
The DSWD also stressed in a statement that children who will engage in Christmas carols should be supervised by their parents or guardians to ensure that they are following health protocols set by authorities in accordance with the alert level of their locality.
“To ensure a safe Christmas experience for children, the Department also encourages the public to organize gift giving activities or medical missions to activity centers, in coordination with LGUs (local government units) and other competent authorities to ensure compliance with minimum security protocols. Said the DSWD.
The agency noted that the public can also donate to DSWD centers and other organizations that help street children or can run charitable campaigns.
“The DSWD would also like to call on the LGUs to include in their guidelines that Christmas carols should be strictly conducted in safe areas within their barangays or communities and not along roads and main arteries,” the agency added. .
Christmas carols will be allowed in areas subject to COVID-19 alert level 2, according to the Home Office and Local Government. https://newsinfo.inquirer.net/1512983/christmas-caroling-allowed-in-areas-under-alert-level-2-dilg
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