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Odiongan Vice Mayor Diven Dimaala asks trike associations to stop plying the road

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As part of the Luzon-wide quarantine, all public transportation is suspended.

Odiongan Vice Mayor Diven Dimaala has appealed to tricycle drivers and operators’ association to follow this rule.

In a Facebook post, he warned that those caught still on the road would be fined from P500 to P50,000.

He said he understands that they want to make a living to feed their families. But he asked that they make do with the assistance given by the local and national government.

Authorities are trying their best to stop the spread of COVID 19, so they should follow quarantine guidelines, he added.

The situation won’t last forever, and their cooperation is needed now!

“Paalala po sa ating mga TODA

Dahil sa ECQ,ang lahat na pampublikong sasakyan kasama ang Trisekel ay pinagbabawalang pumasada. Maari po kayong mahuli at maparusahan sa paglabag sa Article 151 of the RPC at Section 9 of RA 11332 na may multang 500 hanggang 50,000.

Nauunawaan po namin ang inyong pangangailangan na pumasada para sa pagkain ng pamilya.

Pagkasyahin na lang po muna natin ang cash assistance na bigay ng gobyerno na galing sa CAMP, TUPAD at Social Amelioration Program at sa food assistance na bigay ng ating LGU.

Ang COVID 19 case po sa ating bansa ay patuloy parin sa pagtaas at huwag po nating balewalain ito.

Hinihingi po namin ang inyong malawak na pangunawa at kooperasyon.

Sa awa po ng Diyos ay malalampasan din natin ang crisis na ito at kayo ay makakapasada muli.

Salamat po,

Vice Diven,” Dimaala posted.