Secondhand smoke getting worse for Eastwood residents | Inquirer Opinion

Secondhand smoke getting worse for Eastwood residents

/ 05:10 AM December 27, 2018

We need your help to stop the smoking in Eastwood City as it is getting worse.

My family and I live here; we have a 3-year-old daughter.


Day and night, we inhale the cigarette smoke, with restaurants, bars and coffee shops allowing their customers to smoke outside even though no-smoking signs are everywhere.

I have contacted Megaworld Corp., the PNP, the MMDA and even Mayor Herbert Bautista’s office, but no response so far.


We are suffering badly from all the smoke; the smokers are aggressive as well.

Please help us. We don’t want children to suffer secondhand smoke.

MELLOU CELESTE, [email protected]

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