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QR Coded Pass makopya ra, kapolisan moimbestigar

Decemay P. Padilla - Banat

CEBU, Philippines — Pagpanghatag sa QR Coded Pass magpadayon sumala pang Police Regional Office(PRO)-7 Regional Director Police Brigadier General Albert Ignatius Ferro samtang ilang susihon kun unsa ka tinuod ang mga nanggawas nga posts sa social media nga makopya ra ang mga bag-ong passes.

“I warn the different Barangay officials to really diligently together with our police officers that are assigned there to give it to the right person, wala’y pabor pabor, today and the following day there’s no political accommodation, we should be fair in giving the quarantine pass to those that are eligible to receive it,” sigon ni Ferro.

Moabot sa 178,000 quarantine passes ang gipangapod-apod para sa 80 ka barangay nga gibase sa data base sa Department of Health(DOH)-7. Hinungdan nga daghan ang nireklamo nga wala mahatagi ilabi na kadtong mga nag-abang.

Sigon ni Ferro kun dunay reklamo labot niini ipadangat kini kanila ug sila na ang mopaabot niini sa Cebu City Government.

“Palagi naman kulang, wala talagang enough but you know we will try to help. If there’s a need we will try to ask for amendment but base on the data base of the Department of Health in Region 7,  178,000 are the registered households, meaning those who are not registered are tenants, the one renting on a condominium but we are looking for a solution,” dugang ni Ferro.

Mahitungod sa report nga matud pa mapeke gihapon ang quarantine pass si General Ferro miasoy ilahang kining imbestigaran.

“We will investigate that because I was briefed by the City Government that the QR codes can only be read or be authenticated by  a cellphone application and you can whether it is true or not, you know sometimes atong mga kaigsuonan naay talent mag fake but we will try to solve it,” matud ni Ferro. /IBM (BANATNEWS)

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