Katastrophen

GCQ statt EQC äh ECQ

Die aktuelle Quarantäneregeln hier auf den Philippinen gelten bis 15. Mai und die Spannung ist groß, wie es weitergeht. Als ich mit meinen Stellvertreter am Montag telefonierte hat er mir gesagt, dass es jetzt an machen Orten GCQ statt ECQ gibt und dass das besser wäre.

Ich habe das im ersten Moment gar nicht verstanden und habe mir nur so gedacht: eigentlich finde ich Elektroautos generell besser, auch wenn sie nicht von Tesla sind. Wie auch immer – um den Mercedes EQC ging es sowieso nicht, sondern um General Community Quarantine (GCQ) und Enhanced Community Quarantine (ECQ). Genauso wie in Österreich gibt es erst mal den Begriff, bevor man eigentlich weiß, was der genau bedeutet.

Seit gestern gibt es dazu eine schriftliche Festlegung, auch wenn noch nicht final. Besser ist es schon, aber ich würde sagen, es ist noch Platz nach oben:

GCQ ep. 1

Malacanang has already revealed that the province of Cavite will be placed in GCQ starting with 16. Although the details are not yet complete, this is different from many changes:
1. Slowly opening our economy.
– Malls are limited stores and weak air conditioner will work (no free WiFi for now)
– Restaurants take-out service will be allowed.
– Workers are slowly opening.
– Construction industry will open as well.

2. This is still the one that is not possible
– Province proposals license for selling alchoholic products. One more month before the law becomes perfect so the liquor ban is still in effect.
But, but not promise, the mayor will talk later for temporary policy for this while the law is not yet affected.
– Still not allowed to go out without face mask
– No q-pass is still not allowed to go out of the house except those who work.
– Curfew stays for all 8 pm-5 am, mailban for valid work permits.
– Bars or drinks are still not allowed to open.

3. IATF still has no statement to allow ankas long as together at home.

4. Public transportation policy will be spread further by IATF / DoTr / LFTRB. Let’s wait for all of this.

5. Monday is the start of Targeted Testing of Cavite
– Una sa schecule ay Ang medical doctors/nurses na Covid Front Liners.
– PNP is next.
– Relief workers are next
– don’t whine and schedule for others will be released soon.

6. Laguna and Metro Manila are still going on in ECQ. We’ll go through the talk for human and product policy in these areas in and out of the province.

I know you have many more questions. Let’s wait for our government to make steps before they complain.
Don’t be glad for now. Although our skills become beautiful and rise, Covid’s 2nd wave will surely come. Still implemented social distancing and good hygiene practice.

Stay tuned for the next chapters tomorrow.

CNN schreibt:

General Community Quarantine (GCQ) Rules

1. Selected workers in non-essential services are allowed to go to work.

● electronics
● exports
● manufacturing
● e-commerce
● delivery
● repair services
● maintenance
● housing

2. Half of employees work from home, 50 percent are working on site:

● Finance
● Business process outsourcing (BPO)
● Non-leisure trade and service

3. Will remain CLOSED:

● Schools
● Amusement centers
● Leisure facilities
● Gaming
● Tourism services

4. NOT permitted to leave the house:

● Children (0 to 20 years old)
● Elderly (60 years old and above)
● People with high-risk health issues

5. ONLY shops catering to NECESSITIES will be allowed to re-open in malls. Malls will limit entry of shoppers.

6. Airconditioning will be limited in malls. WIFI will not be provided. NO loittering allowed.

7. Priority construction projects can resume

8. Nonworkers are allowed to buy food and go out to avail of essential services

● Allowed will be people who are 21 to 59 years old.
● EXCEPT again: children, elderly, vulnerable people

9. Public transport can operate at reduced capacity.

10. Local government units shall ENFORCE CURFEW for nonworkers.

11. Airports and ports can only operate for the unhampered DELIVERY OF GOODS.

Plans of going out or reunions after May 15 are still not entirely possible. You are REQUIRED to bring an I.D. that specifies your AGE and ADDRESS wherever you go. Checkpoints will still be in place. You will still be questioned if you defy the rules.

We need to abide by the guidelines. Be aware that we are trying to avoid a second wave which is considered to be more damaging than the first.

WE CAN DO THIS.💟☝🌿

Was noch geregelt werden sollte… dürfen eigentlich Autos verwendet werden die jünger als 20 und älter als 60 sind? z.B. sowas?

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Comments

Elisabeth Kazmierczak
May 14, 2020 at 5:18 pm

Der Kommentar mit dem Auto ist sehr witzig!
Gut, dass ihr im richtigen Alter seid!



Judy
May 20, 2020 at 4:56 pm

Ääh – die Regeln muss ja erst mal wer checken 😱



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