When Pasig City lifted its liquor ban on Tuesday, May 26, Mayor Vico Sotto reminded residents that social gatherings were still prohibited in the city, and advised residents to consume their alcoholic drinks at home.
NOW: Pasig Rep. Roman Romulo, chairman of the House committee on basic education and culture, to ask DepEd to consider that for this coming SY, the modules for Grades 1-3 should only focus on reading, writing & mathematics as the country grapples with #COVID19 | @MB_InaHernando
Pasig City lifts liquor ban but drinking in public places still prohibited
Pasig City lifts liquor ban but public drinking, mass gathering still prohibited
UPDATE: Pasig lifts liquor ban on Tuesday, May 26. The local government reminds Pasigueños that consumption of alcohol in public remains prohibited, as well as social gatherings and dining in at restaurants. Photo from Pasig City PIO Facebook
Pasig mayoral bet Vico Sotto plans to allocate almost a quarter of the city's P10.7 billion budget to localized healthcare system and reduce infrastructure spending should he win in #Halalan2019 . #ANCHeadstart
Sotto appeals to national gov’t to allow tricycles to operate for medical emergencies in Pasig
The Bayanihan Law was not yet enacted when Pasig Mayor Vico Sotto appealed to Malacañang if he could allow tricycles to operate in Pasig City. Laws cannot be applied retroactively. This means that it cannot be used to punish any act that was committed before it was passed.
Pasig gov’t sets up a “mobile kitchen” to produce 2,000 food packs a day for health workers, personnel manning checkpoints in the city