Seballos also appeal to local officials of the respective LGUs, where the Ceres bus terminals. Seballos explained that they have rules and regulation being implemented and part of it is the wearing of face mask and social distancing aside from that they have manifesto, wherein each of the passengers will write their names before boarding the bus for contact tracing in case there will be Covid-19 case passenger. Photos showing the number of people who flocked to the terminals went viral online where social distancing and crowd control were not observed.Jade Seballos, media relations officer of VTI, said they will coordinate and ask the assistance of the police to help them enforce health protocols under the directive of by Gov. Eugenio Jose Lacson, extending the duration of the general community quarantine (GCQ) in the province until May 31. The company also limits the number of passengers due to social distancing inside the bus. The national Inter-Agency Task Force on emerging and infectious diseases classified Negros Occidental as low risk and recommended GCQ, thereby allowing the gradual opening of offices, business establishments and transportation services./PN This was following the influx of the passengers at the Ceres Terminals yesterday; the first day after the VTI resumed their operation in several areas in the province. “The management made an appeal to the Philippine National Police and the LGUs because even they have security guards deployed in the respective terminal, most of the passengers did not observed,” she said. BACOLOD City – Vallacar Transit Inc. (VTI), operator of Ceres buses, is appealing to the Negros Occidental Provincial Police Office (NOCPPO) and all the local government units (LGUs) to help enforce of the social distancing at terminals situated in several areas of the province.