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To replace the existing Home Quarantine Pass (HQP) the local barangays are now issuing the M&MS Card. The M&MS stands for Malls and Market Schedule and every cluster of districts is given a specific color code. The color codes are green, yellow, and blue. To give everyone a chance to do their market chores on […]

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The City of Baguio has recorded 68 new cases and 22 recoveries today, September 28, 2020. And this is the highest cases recorded in a day in the city. In addition, one cluster in Lower Lourdes registered additional 57 cases, also the highest number in a day for one cluster. According to Mayor Benjamin Magalong, […]

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A proposed ordinance renaming South Drive as Halsema Avenue in honor of Engr. Eusebius Halsema has been approved by the City Council on first reading during the regular session last Monday. Who is Engr. Eusebius Halsema But who exactly is Engr. Eusebius Halsema? Halsema served the city as City Mayor, City Engineer and District Engineer […]

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Baguio City Mayor Benjamin Magalong has issued Memorandum No. 366, series of 2020, lifting the lockdown order over Purok 2, Barangay Irisan effective immediately. The memorandum was issued today, September 28, 2020 (Monday). In addition, it is stated in the memorandum that all other areas under granular lockdown shall be maintained until contact tracing is […]

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According to the daily monitoring of Benguet, the province has recorded five (5) new cases today, September 28, 2020 (Monday). This update was posted by the Public Information Office (PIO) of Benguet. 5 New Cases in Benguet These are the details of the new cases listed in the province: 74-year-old Male From Alapang, La Trinidad […]

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According to the AFP tally, counted based on official tolls, as of September 28, 2020, there is now more than one million confirmed coronavirus death recorded worldwide. In the data provided by AFP, the total number of people who died due to the coronavirus disease is 1,000,009. Confirmed Cases Worldwide Based on the latest toll […]

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Earlier this September, Baguio City Mayor Benjamin Magalong has stressed the importance of learning to co-exist with the virus in order for the people and the economy to move on. “Covid-19 will never go away hence we need to co-exist with it, we need to learn how to live with it, how to function with […]

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Remember FarmVille? The game on Facebook that used to be one of your favorites back when you were still in grade school or perhaps high school? Well, it has already been eleven (11) years since it was launched back in 2009. And just last Saturday, September 26, 2020, the Facebook page of FarmVille has officially […]

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According to Memorandum Circular No. 80, work in government offices in the Executive Branch will be suspended from 3:30 PM onwards today, September 28, 2020 (Monday). In the memorandum, it is stated that the suspension of work is ” Pursuant to Proclamation No. 60 (s. 1992) which declared the last week of September of every […]

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According to the September 17-20, 2020 National Mobile Survey of the Social Weather Stations (SWS), an estimated 7.6 Million Filipino households, or 30.7 percent have experienced involuntary hunger at least once in the past three months. “The proportion of families experiencing involuntary hunger – hunger due to lack of food to eat – at least […]

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Twenty-two (22) barangays in Baguio City are still on lockdown as of 7:00 AM today (Monday), September 28, 2020. This update was provided by the Public Information Office of the City of Baguio through their latest monitoring. Barangays still on Lockdown Wondering if your neighborhood is still among the areas on lockdown? See this list: […]

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