CAVITE – Governor Jonvic Remulla reminded his constituents on Tuesday (Sept. 15) that late-night videoke, sing-along, and karaoke sessions are considered a violation of the curfew imposed to curb the spread of coronavirus disease (COVID-19).
According to Remulla, noise pollution during curfew hours is one of the most common complaints in the province during community quarantine.
“Sorry po ngunit kahit sabihin ninyo pang kayo ay nasa loob naman ng inyong tahanan, ang ingay na dulot nito ay maituturing na labag na sa tinakdang curfew hours (Sorry, but even if you say that you’re inside your home, the noise that you produce is considered a violation of curfew),” Remulla wrote on his Facebook page.
“Babala: tayo po ay may hotline na laban sa mga abusado at hindi marunong umintindi sa ibig sabihin ng noise pollution. (Warning: we have a hotline against those who abuse and who don’t understand what noise pollution means),” he added.
Remulla also warned that those who engage in drinking sprees that go beyond the allowed number of persons in one gathering can be taken to the police station on the spot.