Caloocan provides home to 30 families
A safe and orderly life awaits 30 families who were successfully relocated on October 16 by the Caloocan City government, according to a report by Manila Standard.
With the help of employees from the Caloocan City Housing and Resettlement Office, families from Barangay 37 were relocated to their new home in Camarin Residence, Barangay 175.
In addition to a good place to live, the City Government also offers relief packs to families to help them start their new life.
According to Mayor Oscar “Oca” Malapitan, the local government will not stop its other programs despite the coronavirus pandemic.
“Although we are in a time of crisis caused by Covid-19, projects for people and services will continue with action and concern,” Mayor Oca said.
Last month, 37 families from the same barangay were also relocated by the city government.
Caloocan City announced a shortened curfew hours, which will be from 12 midnight to 3 a.m., according to a report by GMA News. Mayor Oscar Malapitan recently signed Executive Order No. 045-2020 which will allow the enforcement of the reduced curfew ...
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