Odiongan Mayor Trina Firmalo-Fabic on Thursday released a new executive order restricting non-essential movement in the municipality to prevent further transmission and spread of coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19).
Base on the executive order, the public is obliged to follow the minimum health standard at all times.
Movement of persons shall be limited to accessing essential goods and services, work in offices and establishments, and other activities allowed, starting April 9 to April 23.
The LGU also encourages all government and private offices to implement work-from-home and other flexible work arrangements to protect their employees.
Worker’s Pass will also be a requirement for employees of private offices and other establishments except for APORs from the government sector.
Travel passes are also needed by residents from other towns coming to Odiongan for the purpose of procuring goods and services.
Person aging from 15 years old below and 65 years old above are still not permitted to go out, in accordance with IATF guidelines.
Meanwhile, curfew hours will be observed in all public places from 9 PM to 4 AM every day, except essential workers.
As per the latest data, the town of Odiongan currently has 16 active cases of Covid-19.