COVID-19 Crisis: Parañaque City Vice Mayor’s office certified safe to visit

You heard about the Safety Seal that has been posted on offices and establishments that met the criteria for approval and certification? For the newcomers reading this, the Safety Seal is an indication that the establishment is compliant in terms of the standard safety protocols, including the use of app. In recent times, offices at Las Piñas City Hall, the Alabang Town Center (ATC) in Muntinlupa and SM Southmall in Las Piñas were certified safe and respectively each had Safety Seals posted. This is all related to the current pandemic caused by COVID-19.

Over at City Hall (specifically at the Legislative building) in Parañaque City, the Office of the Vice Mayor obtained the Safety Seal as revealed in the July 12, 2021 picture post of the official Facebook page titled Rico Golez. As seen in the picture below, Vice Mayor Rico Golez was present with officials of the local DILG (Department of the Interior and Local Government), the BFP (Bureau of Fire Protection) and the PNP (Philippine National Police) when the Safety Seal was formally posted at the office. This means that it is safe for taxpayers, local residents, senior citizens and other guests to visit the Office of the Vice Mayor for their respective needs and appointments.

Parañaque City Vice Mayor Rico Golez (2nd from right) and officials of DILG, PNP and BFP show the Safety Seal posted at the front door of the Office of the Vice Mayor. (source – Rico Golez Facebook page)

The FB post has text addressed to readers written as follows:

Today, Dilg Parañaque BFP and PNP gave the office of the Vice Mayor a SAFETY SEAL…

This was obtained by the office for following all health protocols…

I was especially happy to learn that we were one of the first offices in the city hall to be awarded a SEAL…

Thank you very much and we will all stay safe.

As for the newly posted Safety Seal at the Office of the Vice Mayor, it is written as valid until January 5, 2022. The safety seal number is listed as NCR-2021-0001806.

Let me end this piece by asking you readers: With this latest development, do you residents of Parañaque feel more confident about visiting the Vice Mayor’s office? If yes, how about visiting the other offices of City Hall that have the Safety Seal posted?

You may answer in the comments below. If you prefer to answer privately, you may do so by sending me a direct message online.


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