After receiving reports of some jeepney units that continue to collect Twenty Pesos (Php 20.00) as fare, the city government, through the Public Information Office – City of Baguio, has released an advisory to remind drivers about the fare matrix under the Enhanced Community Quarantine (ECQ). Baguio City Jeepney Fare Under ECQ According to the […]

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The Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) is giving another extension for the settlement of income tax payments for 2019. Third Extension for Income Tax Payments Revenue Regulations No. 7-2020 The first extension for income tax payments has been made to provide relief to taxpayers after the original deadline (April 15) has fallen days after the […]

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Special Permit for Delivery And Errand Services [Update as of Tuesday, May 5, 2020] The Public Information – City of Baguio has published an advisory stating that beginning on tomorrow, May 7, 2020, the Permits and Licensing Division will stop processing Special Permit applications for delivery or errand services. Hence, applicants only have until today, […]

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Construction Requirements and Guidelines During ECQ The construction requirement and guidelines during the COVID-19 Enhanced Community Quarantine or ECQ has been published by the Public Information Office – City of Baguio on Monday, May 4, 2020. In the announcement, it has been emphasized that the released guidelines are only for critical projects. The Construction Requirement […]

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#InclusiveBaguio: Tactile Tiles On City Sidewalk Tactile Tiles On Baguio City Sidewalk Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the city government of Baguio City has recently installed tactile tiles on a sidewalk along the Upper Bonifacio Street, Baguio City. The purpose of tactile tiles or tactile pavements is to make textured ground surfaces to give assistance to […]

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The Panagbenga festivities in Baguio City this year may have been canceled due to the threats brought about by the pandemic, but the flowers in the city continue to flourish during the “season of blooming”. Bougainvillea Blossoms While Cherry blossoms or sakura in Japan are a sight to behold, the vibrant and verdant perennial flowers […]

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A total of 120 Law graduates from three different universities in Baguio made it to the list of new lawyers who passed the 2019 Bar Examination taken on November 3, 10, 17 & 24, 2019. 2019 Bar Examination Last April 29, 2020, the Supreme Court has announced the results of the Bar Examination where 2,103 […]

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Great news came out of the Baguio General Hospital and Medical Center (BGHMC) today as they have discharged another COVID-19 patient. What is unique about this patient is his age as he is 77 years old and is the oldest individual to be afflicted by the disease. –Read related article: Baguio City record two new […]

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  Work-related gatherings and religious gathering will remain prohibited for areas under General Community Quarantine. This is after several officials aired their concern about the resumption of religious activities and work-related gatherings such as but not limited to conferences, conventions, and retreats, in the official GCQ guidelines set forth by the Inter-Agency Task Force (IATF) […]

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Google Meet Premium Features Free for Everyone, Soon Google Meet, a premium video conferencing product, is going to be free for everyone in the coming weeks, as announced by the Vice President and General Manager of G Suite, Javier Soltero just yesterday, April 29, 2020. For anyone who is looking for a free and secure […]

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