- A group of health protocol violators was punished in a city in Negros Occidental
- The violators were made to walk like zombies, following a PNP patrol car
- They did not just walk like zombies but were lining up as if students forming a line
- They walked or made the zombie march from the police station to the covered court where they were chastised by the PNP for violating health protocols
A group of health protocol violators in Silay City, Negros Occidental was made to do the zombie walk forming a line from the police station to the covered court.
The video was uploaded to the page of Aksyon Radyo Iloilo. It stated that there were 39 COVID-19 health protocol violators.
With arms placed in front, just like zombies, they had to walk on the road, following the patrol car towards the covered court.
Police Major Rollie Pondevilla, Silay City PNP Chief said that they violated COVID-19 social distancing protocols.
At the covered court, they were given face masks and were allowed to go home after some tough lecture.
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