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Benguet has recorded 2 new COVID-19 recoveries today, July 3, 2020. Details of COVID-19 Recoveries The new COVID-19 recoveries were admitted at Baguio City COVID-19 Isolation Unit (Sto. Niño Hospital). Here are the following details of the new recoveries. 25-year-old Male from Municipality of Atok who has a travel history in Cavite. 38-year-old Male frontliner […]

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In a post shared by the NM Bohol Area Museum Facebook page, a Megalodon tooth fossil was found in Barangay Jandig, Maribojoc in Bohol and it is confirmed as the second Megalodon specimen discovered in the town of Maribojoc. Furthermore, the fossil was discovered by Christian Gio Bangalao and he donated the fossil tooth of […]

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The Benguet Electric Cooperative, Inc., (BENECO) has released a scheduled Electric Service Interruption from July 6 – July 11, 2020 affecting several areas in Baguio City and Benguet. BENECO Power Interruption Schedule from July 6 – July 11, 2020 Here are the following areas affected by the power interruption on July 6 – July 11, […]

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On Wednesday, July 1, 2020, Japan has started to require all retailers in their country, including convenience stores, supermarkets, and drugstores, to charge a fee for the use of plastic shopping bags. One of Tokyo, Japan’s news publication, Kyodo News Plus, stated that the initiative is aimed at encouraging shoppers to bring their own bags […]

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Baguio Mayor Benjamin Magalong signed Executive Order No. 106, series of 2020 lifting the temporary ban on the sale and distribution of liquor and other alcoholic products in Baguio City effective 8:00 AM tomorrow, July 4, 2020. Prohibited As stated in the executive order, consumption of liquor and other alcoholic products in the following public […]

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Provincial Inter-Agency Task Force (PIATF) members on COVID-19 agreed to keep Inter-Regional and Inter-Provincial bus routes in Kalinga closed until July 31, 2020 during the meeting held at the Capitol today. The decision came after deliberation by the members of the body following the directive from the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) to […]

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The Baguio City Council, through their Sangguniang Panlungsod Baguio Facebook page on Thursday, July 2, 2020, has called for stricter implementation of Republic Act No. 10699, an act expanding the coverage of benefits and incentives granted to national athletes and coaches, also known as the National Athletes and Coaches Benefits and Incentives Act. On the […]

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Baguio City’s Rolling Store will continue to bring the goods closer to its consumers, but now with limited dates and in strategic locations. This announcement has been made by the Department of Trade and Industry – Cordillera Administrative Region (DTI-CAR) Regional Director Myrna Pablo on a Facebook post on July 1, 2020. Baguio City Rolling […]

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The 47th COVID-19 Patient of the City of Baguio has agreed to the call of Mayor Benjamin Magalong to reveal her identity for the purpose of helping in the contact tracing process. The patient is Kimberly Zarene D. Fernandez, a twenty-nine-year-old child development worker at the City Social Welfare and Development Office. This update has […]

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Today, July 2, 2020, Baguio Mayor Benjamin Magalong issued Memorandum No. 99, series of 2020 placing Puroks 8 and 9-A of Barangay Irisan under lockdown effective today until further notice for contact tracing purposes. Puroks 8 and 9-A is placed on lockdown after a 29-year-old female child development worker from Barangay Irisan tested positive for […]

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