DOs and DON’Ts ON THE PAPAL VISIT 2015

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Pasay City is the first and last stop of Pope Francis’ Visit in the country.

Mayor Antonino Calixto reiterates his call to all Pasayenos and the general public for discipline during the Papal Visit starting tomorrow, January 15 til Monday, January 19.

All visitors of the City during this historic event to remember the following:


1.     Food and drinks must be in clear and transparent containers or identifiable packaging. Water and other beverages must be in plastic containers.


2.     Bring your maintenance medication especially for diabetics, hypertensives and other medical conditions. Paracetamol and hydrating capsules or solution, together with ample water supply, spare clothing and towels are also encouraged. PhilHealth, private health cards and information regarding medical information about a person may also be useful.

3.     Eight (8) Health Centers, and 3 hospitals namely, the Pasay City General Hospital, the San Juan de Dios Hospital and the Manila Adventist Medical Center are on standby to give immediate medical attention, including:


3.1.     Cuyegkeng Health Center cor. F.B. Harrison

3.2.     Leveriza Heath Center cor. Buendia

3.3.     Lagrosa Health Center at the Pasay Sports Complex

3.4.     MIA Health Center along NAIA Avenue in Pildera

3.5.     Villamor Health Center at the Villamor Airbase

3.6.     San Pablo Health Center along St. Peter st., Maricaban

3.7.     Dona Nena Health Center along Aurora Blvd., (Tramo)


4.     Pasay Rescue and Quick Response Stations with ambulances and responders, together with other City Augmentation Offices (including the PNP, the Pasay Social Work Dept., Pasay Engineering Office, the Pasay Public Order and Safety Unit , and, Pasay City Environment and Natural Resources Office)  are strategically posted along the Papal route, to include:


A.     the Villamor Airbase-Kalayaan

B.     the Aurora Blvd. (Tramo) cor. Andrews street

C.    the Domestic Road cor. MIA road in Pildera

D.    the Cuneta Avenue cor Roxas Blvd.

E.     the San Juan de Dios Hospital along Roxas Blvd.

F.     the Dept. of Foreign Affairs cor. Libertad

G.    the SMDC along Roxas Blvd before Vito Cruz

5.     Children and other minor companions should bring identification Cards with important information such as address, names and telephone number/s of parents or guardians. Kindly accompany lost children to the said Pasay Rescue/Quick Response Stations where personnel of the Pasay Social Work Office may attend to the concern immediately.

6.     Umbrellas, big bags, back packs and other obscured items are discouraged. Monopads for cellphones are also prohibited. 

7.     Motorists and Commuters are advised to refrain from bringing vehicles and/or avoid travelling along Roxas Boulevard and other adjacent roads as they may be closed when necessary.

8.     Parking along Roxas Blvd. Taft Avenue, F.B Harrison, Buendia and EDSA Extension is prohibited. Illegally-parked vehicles will be towed.

9.     One-side parking along inner roads may be allowed.

10.  Report suspicious-looking and doubtful movements of individuals to the nearest PNP officer or to the Pasay Rescue/Quick Reaction Stations.

Let us all hope for a peaceful and free from all evil Papal Visit.

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