Pasig businesses start using contact tracing solution
Pasig Mayor Vico Sotto thanked malls and establishments that have been using Pasig Pass, the “contact tracing solution” of the city amid the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic, according to a report by GMA News.
“Say goodbye to manual contact tracing forms! Sa Pasig Pass, mas mabilis, mas ligtas, at makatitiyak ka pang secure and data mo,” Sotto said in a tweet.
Pasig City launched the pass in October to intensify the contact tracing efforts of the city.
Upon registration, individuals will receive their QR codes which they will use to enter business establishments within the city.
“Some business establishments, such as malls, have already started implementing a ‘no Pasig Pass, no entry’ policy,” according to the mayor’s tweet.
Around 15,000 residents of San Juan City signed up in the pre-registration drive of the local government in preparation for the rollout of the vaccines against the coronavirus disease, according to a report by Manila Bulletin. According to the lates...
Parañaque City launched an online pre-registration for residents who wish to avail of the free vaccination against the coronavirus, according to a report by Manila Bulletin. Mayor Edwin Olivarez said residents can visit his official Facebook ...
Mayor Jaime Fresnedi vows to provide assistance to 294 families or at least 1,119 individuals affected by a fire incident at Barrio Bisaya, Alabang on January 17. The local exec assures fire victims that the city council will be passing a resolution...
Do you want to learn more about the challenges and predictions for the gambling industry in the Philippines? Find all answers in this article!