BCPO reminds cops to protect their health, too

first_imgMeanwhile,the BCPO has apprehended a total of 1,317 violators for curfew from March 15 toMarch 31. LieutenantColonel Ariel Pico, spokesperson of the Bacolod City Police Office, said thepolice, who are manning quarantine control points, are also at risk of thevirus while performing their functions in ensuring peace and order. BACOLODCity – Thousands of policemen who are currently on the frontline to implementenhanced community quarantine (ECQ in this city have been reminded to take goodcare of their health.  “Even how tired these police personnel, theystill continue to do and perform their work in order to make sure thateverybody is safe,” Pico added. Asidefrom undergoing medical checkup, these police officers were also given freemedicines and vitamins.center_img Thespokesperson also said that their medical result showed that they are allhealthy while they are performing their duty, even though there were fewexperienced of hypertension. Toensure the health of these policemen, Pico said the Philippine NationalPolice’s Health Service conducted a medical checkup to several BCPO personnel. Therewere 30 individuals, who will be facing charges for violation of the RevisedPenal Code, for the crime of disobedience to person in authority./PNlast_img

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