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[UPDATED as of March 16, 2020] The As per Executive Order No. 60, series of 2020, Mayor Benjamin Magalong orders the extension of the suspension of classes in all levels in Baguio City until April 15, 2020, or until assessment by the COVID-19 Inter-Agency Task Force, as a proactive response to the growing global concerns […]

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Following Proclamation No.922 issued by President Rodrigo Duterte, the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) issued a strict implementation that the price of all basic necessities will be frozen for 60 days. What is Proclamation No. 922? Proclamation No. 922 is the declaration of State of Public Health Emergency throughout the Philippines due to the […]

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Under the Executive Order No. 14-20, Mayor James B. Pooten of the Municipality of Sagada ordered the temporary suspension of all crowd-drawing and tourism activities as a response to the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) threat until further notice. Orders Under Executive Order No. 14-20 Definition of Crowd: As stated in the executive order, crowd is defined […]

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Through Executive Order No. 10 – 2020, the suspension of ecotourism activities in Sagada has been lifted except for all spelunking (caving) and sunrise viewing activities. The decision was made after joint discussions among the Department of Health (DOH), the local government unit (LGU) of the municipality, Rural Health Unit, and Sagada Stakeholders. According to […]

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The City Council of Baguio approved the ordinance requiring all wholesalers of agricultural crops to dispose of their agricultural refuse at the source. Mayor Benjamin Magalong signed the ordinance authored by Councilor Elaine Sembrano last February 24, 2020.  What is Agricultural Refuse? As stated in the approved ordinance, Agricultural Refuse is unwanted or unsalable materials […]

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In celebration of Rabies Awareness Month this March, the City Veterinary Office will provide free rabies vaccination for dogs and cats in different barangays in Baguio City. According to Veterinarian III Gladys C. Bantog, DVM of the City Veterinary Office, they already visited other barangays for the rabies vaccination. The free rabies vaccination will be […]

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Ampucao, Itogon Barangay Captain Eddie Amuasen issued an advisory suspending all ecotourism activities at Mt. Ulap until further notice starting last Saturday, February 22, 2020. The indefinite suspension, according to the advisory, has been decided upon by the barangay’s LGU in response to the World Health Organization’s (WHO) declaration of the Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) outbreak […]

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Two leading real estate development companies in the Philippines are offering to work on the master redevelopment plan of the Baguio City Public Market. Baguio City Public Market Master Redevelopment Plan The objective of this multi-billion project is to modernize the city’s public market which can be generally considered a huge part of the city’s […]

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Mother nature finally did it! Baguio City just experienced the coldest temperature (just yet this 2020) today, February 21, 2020. According to Engr. Larry Esperanza of Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA-BAGUIO), the temperature dropped to 9.4 °C as of 6 o’clock this morning. The lowest temperature today is definitely even lower than […]

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Starting February 24, 2020, the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) will be implementing a Php 0.50 fare increase for Public Utility Jeepneys (PUJs) in the Cordillera Administrative Region. This is after signing Board Resolution no. 003 s. 2020 last January 30, 2020. According to LTFRB-CAR OIC-Regional Director Eng. Lalaine Sobremonte, the fare increase […]

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