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Solon supports the idea of making face masks for indoor use optional.

President Ferdinand R. Marcos’ intention to issue an executive order permitting the wearing of face masks willingly indoors, according to Senator Christopher Lawrence Go, is intended to normalize life during the pandemic.

Go, however, emphasized the requirement for precise and definite rules to guarantee the protection of every Filipino.

“Everything in our home is operating normally, as it should. However, even if the use of face masks is voluntary, we all want things to get back to how they were. But let’s not overestimate ourselves; even if face masks were made optional “In a statement, he remarked.

“Like my prior appeal to our people, if it is not difficult or inconvenient for you to wear a mask, let’s still wear it for added protection against diseases,” the speaker said. “Kung wala naman mahirap o sagabal para sa inyo ang mag-mask, mag-mask pa rin po tayo.”

Go, the chair of the Senate Committee on Health, also reaffirmed his call for the government’s immunization programs to be strengthened.

“(As I’ve previously stated, human life is not like a movie.) Katulad ng sinasabi ko noon, ang buhay ng tao, hindi katulad ng isang pelikula, wala itong It lacks a second section. A lost life is a lost life for all time, “He emphasized that the vaccination remained the only means of completely overcoming the pandemic due to the ongoing danger posed by new variations of the coronavirus illness 2019 (Covid-19).

As of October 23, more than 20 million Filipinos, or 26.21 percent of the target population, had received their first booster shot, while more than 3 million had received their second.

The President will issue an executive order lowering rules for international visitors and making the wearing of face masks inside buildings optional, according to Tuesday’s announcement from Tourism Secretary Christina Frasco.

Indoor mask use, according to Frasco, is only “strongly suggested” for those who haven’t received a vaccination, people who already have health issues, and the elderly.

She added that public transportation and medical facilities will still necessitate mask use.

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