The Victorias City Resort and Gawahon Eco-Park reopened Tuesday, June 8, with customers limited to 30 percent of their venue capacity, Mayor Francis Frederick Palanca said Wednesday, June 9.
They had earlier been closed to help curb the spread of COVID-19 in the city, he said.
Malls, supermarkets, retail stores, restobars, restaurants, fast-food outlets and the like are allowed to operate until 10 p.m., and selling of liquor is until 6 p.m. only in accordance with Executive Order No. 15, the mayor said.
Palanca said business establishments in Victorias City must strictly adhere to the guidelines specified by the Business Permits and Licensing Office, such as:
* Implementation of minimum health protocols such as wearing of facemask and social distancing;
*Providing soap and water, alcohol or sanitizers upon entry of customers;
*Performing constant disinfection of the workplace or store premises;
*Adhering to the limited establishment capacity specified by the Joint Inspection Team;
*Observing 10 p.m. to 4 a.m. curfew and 6 p.m. to 6 a.m. liquor ban; and
*Using of the staysafe.ph app as means of contact tracing.
Penalties of business establishments for violation of any of these guidelines are a fine of P3,000 for the first offense, P4,000 for the second offense and P5,000 for the third offense and revocation of business permit, Palanca said.*