Sen. JV Ejercito says parents may bring car seats whenever they ride a taxi

Sen. JV Ejercito says parents may bring car seats whenever they ride a taxi

- Sen. JV Ejercito is the author of the Child Safety in Motor Vehicles Act (Republic Act 11229)

- The senator stated that parents may be able to bring a car seat whenever they would ride a taxi

- This was pursuant to the new law, which required private vehicles to provide car seats for children 12 years and under

- The only exemption is when a child is already 4'11"

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Sen. JV Ejercito, the author of the new law requiring private vehicles to use car seats for children 12 years old and below said in an interview on Teleradyo that parents may bring a car seat whenever they would ride a taxi.

The car seat will protect the child in the event of a collision.

Bitbitin daw! Sen. JV Ejercito says parents may bring car seats whenever they ride a taxi
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He also addressed the statement of Atty. Guinto about getting a bigger car if the child is big and could not fit in the car seat.

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"Pero 'yong sa taxis, they are already equipped with seatbelts. So, puwede na po silang gumamit ng car seat," said the senator in ABS-CBN News report.

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Children's car seats range from P2,000 to P25,000. Rappler reported that the DOTR stated that they would not be implementing fines amid the pandemic due to having no car seat.

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President Rodrigo Duterte admitted that the country is losing so much because of the pandemic. He stated that the country is losing to the tune of P2 billion per day. He then highlighted the factors that contribute to the economic downturn, particularly the continued physical distancing and the limited transportation operations. The president also noted that the economy is really in bad shape and that the country is suffering with everybody

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The pandemic has caused many people to be more vigilant with their health especially that the immune system plays a very important role in fighting the virus. Fruits are among the best sources of immunity-boosting vitamins and minerals. Some of the fruits that could literally improve immunity include dalanghita and chico. Health experts have reminded the public to keep their immune system strong to help fight off the virus.

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