COVID-19 Archives | Page 29 of 37 | Baguio City Guide is Your Insiders Guide in Baguio City

As of the latest monitoring report posted by the Public Information Office – City of Baguio (PIO-Baguio) on Facebook today, May 12, 2020, the number of active COVID-19 cases in the city is now down to 2. Baguio City COVID-19 Monitoring Moreover, the report, as of today, also indicated that out of the thirty-one (31) […]

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Areas in PH to be Placed under Modified ECQ Under IATF Resolution No. 35 which was discussed by the Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque in a press briefing today, there will be areas in the Philippines that will remain under Enhanced Community Quarantine (ECQ) while others will transition to other classifications identified. What is Modified ECQ? […]

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After recording a new COVID-19 case today here in Baguio City, Mayor Benjamin Magalong has ordered to place Barangay Dontogan under lockdown immediately. Memorandum 60, Series of 2020 Based on Memorandum 60, Series of 2020, there is a need to place Dotogan Barangay, the policeman’s place of residence, under lockdown in order to have an […]

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Manila Policeman a New COVID-19 Case in Baguio There is a new confirmed COVID-19 case here in Baguio City today, May 12, 2020. The new case is a Forty-one-year-old policeman from Camp Crame and resident of Dontogan Barangay, according to the Public Information Office – City of Baguio (PIO-Baguio). Latest Case Agreed to be Identified […]

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Presidential Spokesperson Secretary Harry Roque, Jr. presented updates in a press briefing today, regarding the community quarantine status of provinces around the country after May 15, 2020. He said that IATF Resolution No. 35 was approved yesterday, transitioning some areas in the country to be classified as green or low-risk areas which means they will […]

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VP Launches Delivery Service App to Help Vendors and Tricycle Drivers Yesterday, May 11, 2020, Philippine Vice President Leni Robredo announced the launch of the mobile app called “Community Mart.” The aim of the project is to give small market vendors and tricycle drivers an opportunity to have a source of income amidst the impact […]

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Through an advisory posted on Facebook today, La Trinidad Mayor Romeo Salda announced that hardware, auto, electrical, office supplies shops, and information and communication gadget stores will now be allowed to open every Thursday, Friday and Saturday.  Schedule of Store Operations Previously, hardware stores were only allowed to operate every Fridays while the rest can […]

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  What Do Travel and Food Vloggers Do During Pandemic Apparently, food and travel vloggers cannot go out to shoot their usual food and travel videos while the COVID-19 pandemic is still all over the globe. So what do travel and food vloggers do during a pandemic?  Ah, well, they don’t easily run out of […]

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SM City Baguio to Implement Health Protocols for Employees, Tenants, and Customers SM City Baguio has made an announcement about certain health protocols that it will be implementing in cooperation with its employees and tenants before the mall re-opening. SM Supermalls Health Protocols Below are the protocols included within the SM Supermalls Health Protocols copy […]

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In a press briefing today, the Department of Education (DepEd) Secretary Leonor Magtolis Briones announced that the Inter-Agency Task Force of Management of Emerging Infectious Diseases (IATF-EID) approved the following: DepEd’s Learning Continuity Plan Opening of Classes for Basic Education on August 24, 2020 which will end on April 30, 2021. Private Schools may start […]

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