Governor Melchor Diclas signed Executive Order No. 2020 – 035, prescribing the guidelines for the Province of Benguet under Modified General Community Quarantine (MGCQ) effective starting June 1, 2020. Modified GCQ Guidelines for Benguet Here are the following guidelines stated under EO No. 2020 – 035. Movement of Residents All persons shall now be allowed […]

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[UPDATE AS OF JUNE 3, 2020] The fist COVID-19 patient in the province of Apayao, a 28-year old, pregnant female health worker, has already tested negative of the disease through her second swab test yesterday, June 3, 2020. This good news has been reported by the Conner District Hospital. Furthermore, according to a Facebook post […]

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Just after two days into MGCQ, Baguio City has recorded its 35th COVID-19 case as another health worker tested positive for the disease. Previously, the city has recorded two new cases, which made the total number of active cases in the city to 4. These previously recorded cases included a returning Baguio worker and a […]

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If there’s one country that we can get inspiration from in this fight against COVID-19, it’s Mongolia. This country has been fighting the new Coronavirus with wisdom from the start and here’s how they have been doing it so far. How Mongolia established its defenses against COVID-19 Let’s go over how Mongolia, China’s neighboring country, […]

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Compliance of the Returning Baguio Residents and Workers Process has been proven to be effective so far as it helped the city identify one of its latest COVID-19 cases. COVID-19 Patient from City Camp Central Ailene Doria, a twenty-eight-year-old female, residing at City Camp Central, is one of Baguio City’s two new COVID-19 cases and […]

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Gatherings Allowed in Baguio City During MGCQ Mayor Benjamin Magalong, through the Public Information Office – City of Baguio (PIO-Baguio), has released a statement regarding the conduct of gatherings in the city under Modified General Community Quarantine (MGCQ). Gatherings ALLOWED in Baguio During MGCQ In line with the mayor’s statement, it was mentioned that some […]

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Baguio City has 2 new COVID-19 cases and both have been found to be asymptomatic, this is according to Mayor Benjamin Magalong. The first patient that was found to be positive of COVID-19 is a 28-year old female with a history of travel to San Fernando, La Union last May 26, 2020. She is currently […]

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As previously announced, Baguio City will be under Modified General Community Quarantine status starting June 1, 2020. While the IATF has released its omnibus guidelines for the implementation of the Modified General Community Quarantine, the Local Government of Baguio has also released the guidelines that will apply to the residents of Baguio City in general.  […]

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With IATF listing barbershops and salons among the businesses allowed to operate under MGCQ, the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) has released a set of guidelines to be followed for barbershops and salons who will operate during MGCQ. As per IATF Resolution No. 41, barbershops and salons will be allowed to open starting Thursday, […]

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As Baguio City will transition into Modified General Community Quarantine (MGCQ) status starting Monday, June 1, 2020, the city government has released a list of businesses that will be allowed to operate. Operating Hours Allowed establishments may open at 6:00 AM and close before 9:00 PM. Cluster 1 Type of Business Schedule Public markets (subject […]

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