ELEVEN more establishments in Bacolod City have received their Safety Seal Certificates on November 26 after meeting the city’s minimum public health standards to curb the spread of coronavirus disease (Covid-19).
These are Tokyo Tokyo, Oxygen, Regatta and Nike from Ayala Malls Capitol Central and SM City Bacolod’s The Face Shop, Yellow Cab, Max’s Restaurant, Burger King, Chowking, and The Body Shop and KFC, Stella Rose Rayos, Business Processing and Licensing Office head and chair of Safety Seal Committee, in a statement said.
Rayos said the Safety Seal Committee (SSC) also awarded John B. Lacson Colleges Foundation (Bacolod), Inc. with their Safety Seal Certificates on Monday, November 29.
She said these business establishments will be allowed an additional 10 percent on-site capacity beyond the prescribed accommodation as per Inter-Agency Task Force (IATF) Resolution No. 127-A, Series of 2021.
She added that more establishments will be issued similar certificates in the coming weeks, while online applications are encouraged through the official Facebook Page of the Bacolod Permits Division.
The Safety Seal Certification Program was launched to affirm and acknowledge that an establishment or public transportation unit is compliant with minimum health standards, is using or has integrated StaySafe.ph with its contact tracing method, and is a holder of the requisite business permits or franchise.
BACOLOD. Burger King at SM City Bacolod receives its Safety Seal Certificates on November 26 for meeting the city's minimum public health standards to curb the spread of Covid-19. (Bacolod City PIO)
December 01, 2021
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