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Metro Manila residents can now order food 24/7!

Metro Manila residents can now order food 24/7!

Generally, those who are staying late at night either for hobbies or for work are craving some snacks. Yes, we tend to go hungry especially if our brain is working hard to think. Thankfully, Manila Yorme announced a few days ago that take out and delivery services are now available 24 hours!

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You can now order for a midnight snack when you go hungry

Manila Mayor Isko Moreno issued Executive Order No. 35 that permits take out and delivery service to operate on a 24-hour basis. Before that, Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque stated that the government is imposing an 8:00 p.m. to 5:00 a.m. curfew in Metro Manila. Meanwhile, the rest of the National Capital Region and nearby provinces went back to GCQ a few days ago. It is the current status until August 31 or until the President declared changes in our situation.

Take-out and delivery services in all food establishments in the City of Manila will now be available 24 hours daily amid the COVID-19 pandemic. The city government said this is its own little way to protect the jobs of Manilans. For the businesses, it can help them operate and survive the COVID-19 pandemic. He explained, “The City of Manila sees the need to slowly open the economy of the city, particularly in the food and restaurant industry ad to balance this with the demand from the general public, which may serve as a stimulus of economic growth.”

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However, the Manila mayor pointed out that they are only allowing food establishments to operate at 30 percent venue capacity. This is in accordance with the protocols under the general community quarantine. Isko Moreno also said that food establishments should comply with the Departments of Tourism, Trade and Industry, Labor and Employment, and Health. In addition to that, crews and diners should always practice minimum public health standards.

Do you think 24/7 food delivery is necessary for those living in Metro Manila or not?

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