COVID-19 Archives | Page 35 of 54 | Baguio City Guide is Your Insiders Guide in Baguio City

La Trinidad Mayor Romeo Salda confirmed that a 29-year-old male Police Officer assigned in Baguio City and a resident of Balili, La Trinidad tested positive for COVID-19 today, June 30, 2020. The Local COVID-19 Task Force confirmed that the new COVID-19 case had contacts in several Barangays in Baguio City. He is currently admitted at […]

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Forest House, a restaurant in Baguio that is known to both locals and tourists alike, will be closing its doors for the last time. This is according to the statement made by the restaurant on their Facebook page. Serving the Public for 19 Years For 19 years, this iconic Baguio restaurant served the public with […]

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Following the new case of COVID-19 in the Municipality of Buguias, Benguet. Barangay Amlimay will be placed on lockdown beginning 6:00 AM of June 30, 2020, until further notice. This is according to Executive Order No. 21 Series of 2020, issued by Municipal Mayor Ruben L. Tinda-an. The new case was discovered during the expanded […]

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Great news coming from the Luis Hora Memorial General Hospital in Mountain Province. This, after the patient, tested negative for COVID-19. Two Reverse transcription-polymerase chain reaction (RT-PCR) tests were conducted on the patient and both tests yielded negative results. It can be recalled that this first case of COVID-19 in Mt. Province is a resident […]

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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 management of Camp John Hay has agreed to the request of the City Government to open the former American Airbase to the public for recreational and leisure activities. This is according to the announcement made by the City Government through the Public Information Office of Baguio. The opening of Camp John Hay for leisure […]

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Baguio City Mayor Benjamin Magalong through an advisory has announced that the local government will start easing up its restrictions. While the mayor has expressed that he sees no definite end to the COVID-19 pandemic. We have to push forward and get accustomed to the “new social norms that are centered on health and disease […]

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Baguio City Mayor, Benjamin Magalong, through Memorandum 93 series of 2020, has ordered the lifting of the lockdown in Purok 2 and 3, Barangay Poliwes. The lifting of the lockdown is due to the fact that the contact tracing team has completed its operations in the said Puroks effective today, June 26, 2020, Friday. The […]

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    A new coronavirus disease (COVID-19) case has been confirmed positive in Baguio City following the one (1) recorded case yesterday. According to the Public Information Office – City of Baguio, the new case recorded is a 60-year old male from DPS barangay. The new case has no travel history and is in a […]

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Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) announced that the Board Exams on June, July and August 2020 is postponed and will be re-scheduled next year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. List of Board Exams originally scheduled on June to August 2020 that will be re-scheduled: Environmental Planners Guidance Counselors Interior Designers Landscape Architects Mining Engineers Nutritionists-Dietitians Psychologists […]

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