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Nueva Ecija town requires wearing of face shields in public places

By: - Correspondent / @AMGalangINQ
/ 11:57 AM August 13, 2020

STO. DOMINGO, Nueva Ecija –– Residents here will be required to wear face shields in all public places as a precaution against the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19).

Mayor Imee Llado-De Guzman has issued an executive order, signed on Monday, for the additional health protocol, allowing two-week information dissemination before penalties are imposed on violators.

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“Due to the increasing number of cases of COVID-19 in the province of Nueva Ecija, including nearby towns, and to prevent the transmission and spread of the virus, the said order was enacted,” explained the local government in a notice.

To date, this town has only one active COVID-19 case, and no local transmission has been reported here.

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