Baguio and La Trinidad ordered mandatory use of face shield among workers
Baguio City Mayor Benjamin Magalong issued Executive Order 118, which require all workers in the province to wear face shields. The executive order took effect immediately, and it states that the rise of COVID-19 cases in the area is seen as a result of eased restrictions due to MGCQ or modified general community quarantine.
La Trinidad Municipal Mayor Romeo Salda also issued an executive order that also requires individuals to wear face shields. The following individuals are required to wear face shields during work and are only allowed to remove their shields when they are not physically interacting with others:
1. Persons in public transportation and areas
2. Employees of both private and public offices
• Banks and establishments
• Department stores
• Public markets
• Satellite markets
• Hardware stores
• Sari-sari stores
3. Individuals transacting at the La Trinidad trading post
4. Individuals transacting at BAPTC
5. Individuals transacting at private trading areas [4 & 5]
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