The Navotas City government has extended the lockdown at Navotas City Hall. Rather than ending last Sunday, 28 February, its premises will remain closed until Tuesday, 9 March 2021.
Executive Order TMT-019 said the lockdown at Navotas City Hall will be extended until 9 March 2021. This includes the Navotas City Hall Annex (including NavoServe) and the Franchising Permits Processing Unit.
During the mass testing conducted at City Hall, 63 personnel tested positive for Covid-19.
The lockdown was extended to safeguard the welfare of every employee and resident who comes to city hall.
For those who have urgent concerns at any city government office, the public is advised to send an email to [email protected]
Navotas City Mayor Toby Tiangco said everyone must remain careful because the virus cannot be seen.
The mayor added that even if there were no effects or symptoms for those who are asymptomatic, their housemates or family members who are weak and unhealthy may be severely affected or die from the illness.
“Do not be complacent, and let us work together to prevent the spread of the virus in the city,” Tiangco stressed.