BPLO team A BPLO team conducts a random inspection in one of the establishments. Photo courtesy of Caloocan PIO

Caloocan firms inspected for compliance with GCQ guidelines

September 22, 2021 Edd Reyes 163 views

THE Caloocan Business Permits and Licensing Office (BPLO) Inspection Team conducted random inspection in a number of private establishments in the city to check their compliance to the guidelines under the General Community Quarantine (GCQ) Alert Level 4.

Included in the inspection were several fast food chains, food stalls and cafeteria and reminded them about the existing guidelines under Level 4 of 30% capacity to outdoor or alfresco dine-in services regardless of customer’s vaccination status while indoor dine-in services may be allowed at 10 percent capacity, only for fully vaccinated individuals.

Mayor Oscar “Oca” Malapitan said the BPLO Inspection Team instructed the owners and managers of the establishments to strictly enforce minimum health protocols for the safety of every citizen.

The BPLO also warned owners for possible closure of establishments found to have been violated the community quarantine guidelines.

Mayor Oca said that so far, the Inspection Team were satisfied with private establishment’s compliance to the guidelines during the random inspection.

“Kailangang bantayan nating mabuti kung nasusunod ang mga alituntuning ipinaiiral upang hindi kumalat ang mapanganib na sakit at maging ligtas ang ating mamamayan,” Mayor Oca said.