Daming kulang! QC milk tea shop caught violating dine-in protocols
A milk tea shop in Quezon City has received a notice of violation for failing to pass the inspection of local government authorities for dine in restaurants.
The Business Permits and Licensing Department (BPLD) head Margarita Santos said Infinitea’s branch along Maginhawa St. in Teacher’s Village lacks thermal scanner, health and safety officer and logbook for customers.
“The logbook is very vital for contact tracing in the event na may mag-positive na isa na nagpunta sa store nila,” said Santos, adding that they will return to the store to validate if it makes the necessary adjustment in accordance with the guidelines.
She advised residents to course their complaints against restaurants not on social media but through firstname.lastname@example.org or Hotline 122 so concerned City Hall officers can conduct the necessary inspection.
Department of Public Order and Safety head Gen. Elmo San Diego said the city government will ramp up joint surprise inspections on food and other establishments that have been allowed to operate during the general community quarantine (GCQ).