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【重要】セブ日本人会事務所の一時閉鎖のお知らせ(3/24から)

セブ日本人会会員の皆様 平素は、セブ日本人会の活動にご理解とご協力を賜り、誠にありがとうございます。 ニュースでも報道されております下記Executive Orderを受け、スタッフの安全面も考慮した結果、 セブ日本人会事務所は明日3/24(火)より一時閉鎖とし、原則在宅勤務とさせていただきます。 直前のご案内となり申し訳ございません。 閉鎖の期間は現状未定ですが、事務所の再開が決まりましたら改めてお知らせいたします。 Businesses told: Only 50% of workers allowed to ‘physically’ report to office March 22,2020 - 05:19 PM CEBU CITY, Philippines — All businesses in Cebu province may only have up to half of their entire workforce physically reporting to their office starting Tuesday, March 24, 2020. In another Executive Order issued by Cebu Governor Gwendolyn Garcia on Saturday, March 21, the provincial government enjoined all businesses, including non-profit organizations operating within the province, to implement a work-from-home scheme. The measure is meant to limit the need for persons going out of their houses and a measure against the spread of the Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19). “Effective 12:01 a.m. of March 24, 2020, all businesses, business process outsourcing, and non-profit entities operating within the Province of Cebu shall utilize to the maximum extent possible, any telecommuting or work-from-home procedures,” Section 4 of Garcia’s Executive Order No. 5-K. Essential services, such as health care, manufacturing, food processing, trash collection, news, construction, banking and security, however, are exempted from the order. In the same order, the governor also ordered for the suspension of the operations of all pubs, bars, internet cafes, gaming arcades , gambling facilities, aesthetic centers and personal care services to limit social interactions. “This shall also include all home services by manicurists, masseuses, cosmetologists, aestheticians, and other like services where strict social distancing cannot be followed,” the order read./dbs 詳細は以下のFacebook記事をご覧ください(URLをコピーして検索窓に貼り付けてください)。 https://www.facebook.com/1117418788443151/posts/1329111070607254/ 皆様もお体にお気をつけてお過ごしください。 以上、よろしくお願いいたします。 セブ日本人会

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