The public is invited to respect the sanitary protocols in the cemeteries


POLICE officials urged the public to adhere to health protocols when visiting their deceased relatives in cemeteries.

Brigadier General Valeriano De Leon, Director of Central Luzon Police, reminded residents of central Luzon to follow the guidelines of the Covid-19 task force.

He said the Philippine National Police (PNP) will not hesitate to arrest violators of health protocols.

The Covid-19 task force has ordered the closure of public cemeteries and private memorial parks from October 28 to November 4 to prevent mass gatherings during the celebration of All Saints.

De Leon inspected various cemeteries, memorial parks and columbariums throughout central Luzon on Friday, October 29.

The police chief said he ordered the commissioning of 5,000 police officers in accordance with the Ligtas Undas 2021 program.

“Our police officers are deployed until November 4 to ensure the safety and security of the public on All Saints ‘Day and All Saints’ Day,” De Leon said.

The police general thanked the groups of volunteers or force multipliers who supported the PNP in its deployment of troops during the holidays.

De Leon said more than 6,000 volunteers will be sent alongside biological cops.

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