Stakeholders of the tourism industry and owners of establishments attend the one-day forum on how to safely and responsibly reopen their businesses consistent with the health protocols under the new normal to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Mayor Felipe Antonio Remollo presented the city’s infrastructure projects that will not only improve the quality of life of the people but also make Dumaguete attractive to new investments and expansion of existing enterprises to boost the local economy.
Both Mayor Remollo and City Health Officer Ma. Sarah B. Talla shared the successful COVID response and initiatives guided by science and implemented with due diligence that has kept the city safe from the dreaded virus.
For three weeks now, there is no new case of COVID-19 infection.
City Chief-of-Police Lt. Col. Mark Gifter Sucalit reported on the peace and order situation and shared tips for the business sector to prevent and report crimes.
City Councilor Karissa Tolentino-Maxino and Michael Bandal attended the forum with Mayor Remollo.
The Health and Safety Forum for Tourism Establishments resumes tomorrow organized by the City Tourism Officer Jacqueline V. Antonio and the Department of Trade and Industry resumes tomorrow with another batch of stakeholders.