OPERATIONS at the Freeport Area of Bataan (FAB) had been going on normally and smoothly despite the dreaded Covid-19.
Hazel Keith Elloren, information officer A of corporate affairs department of the Authority of Freeport Area of Bataan (AFAB), said the Authority is enforcing protocol and safety measures against covid-19.
“Wala pang malaking impact ang Covid-19 sa FAB,” said Ellorin in a text message.
In fact, she said, last February 14, AFAB Chairman and Administrator Emmanuel Pineda held “Kapihan with Chairman” at the administration building’s audio-visual room. It was attended by representatives from a number of business groups and cooperatives and the FAB Investors Locators Association (FABILA) headed by its president Muhamad Ajmal.
Ellorin said there is no reported person under investigation (PUI) in FAB in connection with covid-19 since the dreaded disease made headlines last month.
At present, FAB has 91 operating companies whose executives are Chinese, Koreans, Taiwanese, British and other foreign nationals. The AFAB recently fired off memorandum restricting travels of foreign executives to countries hit by covid-19.
The AFAB is still enforcing stringent measures for the safety of everyone not only in FAB work places but throughout the country, said Ellorin.