LTO-CAR to Accept Transactions During GCQ
The Land and Transport Office – Cordillera Administrative Region (LTO-CAR) will start processing transactions for clients within the Baguio-Benguet area once declared under General Community Quarantine (GCQ).
According to LTO-CAR OIC Regional Director Francis Ray Almora, prescribed transmission preventive measures have already been installed and adopted in all offices concerned.
Transmission Preventative Measures Adopted by LTO-CAR
- One entry – One Exit
- All personnel and clients are required to undergo thermal scanning
- Hand washing and footbath before allowed entry to the office
- Those with temperature above 38 degrees celsius shall be denied entry and advised to consult with their health frontliners
- Wearing of face shield/facemask and gloves for employees is required at all times and wearing of facemask for clients at all times
- Social distancing shall also be observed at all times in the queue and waiting areas
- The work areas were reconfigured for social distancing within the workplace
- Supplies for regular disinfection of employees, clients, workplace, most commonly touch parts of the office and test vehicles including service vehicles of the office are in place
LTO Law Enforcement Contingent to attend to Roadside Inspection
Furthermore, the LTO OIC Regional Director informed Mayor Benjamin Magalong that the LTO Law Enforcement Contingent assisting in the implementation of Quarantine since March 17, 2020 will be withdrawn to attend to the roadside inspection of Public Utility Vehicles. This is for compliance with the guidelines prescribed for Public Road Transportation.
SOURCE: PIO Baguio