4 city halls in Bulacan on lockdown attributable to COVID-19

CITY OF MALOLOS––4 Bulacan municipal halls had been positioned on lockdown after a number of staff contracted COVID-19, officers mentioned.

These are the city halls of Angat, Bocaue, Balagtas, and San Rafael.

Angat Mayor Leonardo de Leon mentioned their city corridor started its seven-day lockdown Wednesday for disinfection of places of work. He didn’t say what number of staff had examined optimistic for COVID-19.

De Leon mentioned he would ask the municipal board to challenge a decision to increase the Jan. 20 deadline for enterprise taxes and permits.

The Bocaue city corridor and its annex constructing had been closed for disinfection from Jan. 12 to 17, in accordance with Mayor Jonjon Santiago. He suggested residents to show to on-line processing of permits throughout this era.

Mayor Eladio Gonzales Jr. of Balagtas mentioned the city corridor was closed from Jan. 13 to 19 to forestall the unfold of the virus.

Gonzales mentioned COVID-19 had contaminated staff in numerous places of work, equivalent to municipal well being, catastrophe, treasury, agriculture, accounting, civil registry, and visitors administration.

The San Rafael municipal corridor was additionally closed from Jan. 13 to 14.

As of Thursday, the variety of Bulacan’s energetic instances has risen to eight,117. INQ


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