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This is the new trend in dining today!

The pandemic has certainly reshaped the way we live today – wearing masks everywhere, temperature checks anytime we enter an establishment, toting a spray bottle of alcohol on our purse.

Making safety the priority in serving their customers, the food industry placed focus on providing safe outdoor dining spaces.

RELATED: DTI says outdoor dining allowed under MECQ
You’ve probably seen restaurants convert even their parking areas into makeshift alfresco areas. 

But why this sudden shift to making sure there’s outdoor dining? Health experts, like those from the Center for Disease Control (CDC), explain that adequate ventilation and the ability for proper social distancing greatly decrease the spread of airborne transmission of diseases and infections like COVID-19.

So when you take off your mask to eat, wouldn’t it be perfect to do it in a space that’s uncrowded and open-air? Let’s make it even more perfect by creating outdoor dining spaces that put safety first but are also picture-worthy.

SM Mall of Asia opens more outdoor dining areas

Known for its wide space, SM Mall of Asia owned a lot of open spaces, perfect for al fresco dining!

Experience a safe and fun outdoor while enjoying Al Fresco Dining of your favorite meals with your family and friends from one of the following locations:
  • L1 & L2, North Entertainment Mall 
  • L1 & L2, North Veranda 
  • North and South Arcades 
  • North and South Main Mall 

SM Aura Premier reimagines Sky Park

Supporting the many food establishments located inside this upscale mall in BGC, SM Aura Premier transformed sections of its Skypark at the 5th Level into safe outdoor dining areas.

There, customers have the opportunity to keep enjoying the food they missed during strict lockdowns while feeling secure that the mall has their best interest in mind.

The Skypark Courtyard, a section on the other end of the Skypark which is nearer Ramen Nagi, Mesa, Yabu, and the like, takes a more minimalist chic approach. Fully open-air rectangular gazebos are dressed up for that stylish, LA-feel.

SM AURA PREMIER OUTDOOR DINING Other outdoor dining areas in Taguig: 👉 #TaguigFoodtrip🍴

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Apart from providing picture-perfect spaces, SM Aura Premier also encouraged restaurants to have their own outdoor dining set-ups. Prego, Barcino, and Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf all have alfresco tables for their dining customers.

Down at the Upper Ground Level, SM Aura Premier did not forget their walking and biking community. They have set up the Pocket Park which is conveniently located just outside Starbucks, Providore, and Cibo.

This open-air area allows the walking community to quickly grab a coffee or a meal and sit comfortably without walking going inside the mall. The biking community has even more reasons to make use of the Pocket Park as it already has bike racks for bike-riding customers to park and dine right next to their beloved ride.

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SM Megamall recreates their open spaces

While you can still order food from the restaurants and food establishments inside the mall, you can take it out and bring your food to one of these Mega Outdoor Dining spots locations:
  • GL, Mega Fashion Hall Terrace
  • UGL, Mega A Covered Walkway
  • GL, Mega Strip A & B, J. Vargas

Perfect way to dine in and catch up with your love ones!

SM City Bicutan transforms their South Streetside

In the south part of Metro Manila, SM City Bicutan also recreated their outdoor areas into SOUTH STREETSIDE Al Fresco Dining Area.

Order meals to go from your favorite SM City Bicutan restaurants and head on to the Entrance 5 (near Starbucks) at Bldg. B to experience dining out doors with your family, friends or even on your me time. 

READ NEXT: AsiaTown, a new alfresco dining in McKinley West, Taguig

SM City East Ortigas opens East StrEATS

Last but not the least, this mall from the East side metro also repurpose their driveway area.

Thinking of a safe dining spot at SM City East Ortigas? Visit the Al Fresco Dining Area at the East StrEAT Driveway.

This is ideal for your mall visit that provides shoppers a safe space to enjoy your meal while following strict health protocols. ❤️

These are just some of the SM Malls that converts and reinvents their outdoor areas for you to still enjoy dining outside home without worrying about the COVID-19.

This is their way of making sure that customers are safe from COVID-19.

Which of these are you looking to visit soon? Tell us in the comment section below.

SM Malls transformed their open spaces into al fresco dining areas

There's now enough crispy-sarap fries for everyone in Jollibee's newest offering.

The homegrown fastfood chain on Thursday introduced the Jolly Crispy Fries Bucket, the bigger version of the famous Jolly Crispy Fries that people love to snack on.

You can now share your favorite crispy-sarap fries with everyone! Order via Take Out and enjoy the new Jolly Crispy...

Posted by Jollibee on Wednesday, April 14, 2021

"One of Jollibee’s most popular products are the Jolly Crispy Fries, so we’re happy to give people more of it to share with their loved ones in the new Jolly Crispy Fries Bucket," said Jollibee Assistant Vice President for Complementary Products Mari Aldecoa in a statement. "It’s sure to satisfy families and even housemates whenever they’re bonding."

Priced at P129, the Jolly Crispy Fries Bucket is good for sharing for up to four people.
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However, some of the people who already tried it doesn't agree with it. Some claimed that they can eat two or more of the bucket of fries.

What are your thoughts about this? Share your comments below!

Bucket of Fries? Here's what's new from Jollibee Crispy Fries!

Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) Secretary Ramon Lopez said restaurants with outdoor dining are allowed in places under the modified enhanced community quarantine (MECQ).

In a text message to reporters Sunday night, Lopez said food establishments with alfresco dining services are only allowed up to 50 percent capacity, with diagonal seating arrangement and acrylic dividers on tables.


He added that indoor dine-in services are still not allowed in areas under MECQ, but food establishments can continue to operate with their take-out and delivery services.

From April 12 to 30, the National Capital Region, Bulacan, Cavite, Laguna, and Rizal or the NCR Plus as well as Santiago City in Isabela, and the provinces of Quirino and Abra were also placed under MECQ.

Earlier, the DTI chief said that the Inter-Agency Task Force for the Management of Emerging Infectious Diseases (IATF) might be sensitive in allowing indoor dine-in due to the highly contagious new variants of Covid-19.

“The IATF recommended to the President to shift to MECQ after two weeks of ECQ to restore more jobs and livelihood for the people,” Lopez said.

On the other hand, Lopez added that the government continues to ramp up its health care capacity.
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“But this comes with the continuing priority to increase the health care capacity such as ICU (intensive care unit) rooms and isolation units and contact tracing capabilities to lower the number of new cases per day,” he added.

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He also urged Filipinos to strictly adhere to minimum health protocols and avoid non-essential gatherings to slow down the number of new daily Covid-19 cases.

DTI allows outdoor dining under MECQ

Trade Secretary Ramon Lopez has released a list of industries allowed to operate — either on limited or full capacity — during the implementation of modified enhanced community quarantine (MECQ) in NCR Plus.

The list shows that at least 10 more industries, including dental and rehabilitation clinics , have been allowed to operate under the MECQ at 50% capacity on-site.

Aside from those, other industries allowed to reopen at half capacity on-site include:

  • veterinary clinics
  • media establishments
  • banks, pawnshops, money transfer services
  • capital markets
  • water supply, janitorial/sanitation services
  • energy sector
  • telecommunication companies, internet service provider, cable television provider
  • airline and aircraft maintenance pilots and crew employees of aviation schools
  • ship captains and crew of shipyard operations and repair

On the other hand, industries allowed to operate at full capacity under MECQ are:
  • public and private hospitals
  • health emergency and frontline services
  • medicine manufacturers
  • industries involved agriculture
  • logistics service provides
  • manufacturing related to food and essential goods
  • companies which manufacture construction materials
  • essential retail trade groceries , hardware office supplies, bicycle and laundry shops
  • water refilling stations
  • restaurants and kiosks limited to take out and delivery
  • financial service provides
  • Business Process Outsourcing
  • public transport

Meanwhile, establishments that are still not allowed to operate during the MECQ are:
  • Entertainment venues with live performers, cinemas
  • Recreational venues such as internet cafes, arcades, etc.
  • Amusement parks
  • Outdoor sports courts or venues for contact sports
  • Indoor sports courts or venues, gyms, spas, swimming pools etc.
  • Casinos, horse racing, cockfighting and operation of cockpits, lottery and betting shops, and other gaming establishments except for the draws conducted by the Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office
  • Indoor visitor or tourist attractions, libraries, archives, museums, galleries, and cultural shows and exhibits
  • Outdoor tourist attractions
  • Venues for meetings, incentives, conferences, and exhibitions
  • Personal care services which includes beauty salons, beauty parlors, medical aesthetic clinics, etc. Homes service of these activities are also not allowed
  • Indoor dine-in services
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Only hotels or accommodation establishments with valid accreditation from the Department of Tourism will be allowed to accept guests for legitimate purposes, according to the DTI.

As for age restrictions, Lopez said local government units (LGUs) can lower the age restriction for those allowed to go outside their homes for essential reasons to 15 years.

NCR Plus covers Metro Manila, Laguna, Bulacan, Cavite and Rizal. The MECQ protocol started on April 12 and will last until the end of the month.

Industries allowed to operate under MECQ according to DTI

Metro Manila and the surrounding provinces of Bulacan, Rizal, Cavite, and Laguna will be placed under modified enhanced community quarantine (MECQ) beginning April 12 until April 30.

Santiago City, Isabela, Quirino province and Abra will also be placed under MECQ during the same period.

Presidential spokesperson Harry Roque announced the new quarantine classifications for these areas on Sunday, the day that their ECQ status would lapse.

The rising number of COVID-19 cases in the country prompted Metro Manila and its surrounding provinces, collectively called the "NCR Plus" to be placed under stricter community quarantine classifications.

On Saturday, the Philippines reported 12,674 new COVID-19 infections, bringing the total number of active cases in the country to 190,245, the highest recorded this year.
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The country has reported a total of 853,209 COVID-19 cases so far.

MMDA Chairman Benhur Abalos says a new unified curfew of 8 p.m. to 5 a.m. will be implemented in NCR during the MECQ period.

NCR+ placed under MECQ until end of April

Amid the continued surge in COVID-19 cases, the government announced on Saturday evening that the enhanced community quarantine imposed (ECQ) on the National Capital Region (NCR) Plus area would be extended for one week starting April 5, 2021.

"Karagdagang linggo, minimum of one additional week beginning on the 5th... one more week at least," said Presidential spokesperson Harry Roque Jr. on Saturday.

“Nanawagan din po tayo sa mga lokal na pamahalan sa lugar na ito na paigtingin ang kanilang reinforcement doon sa ginagawa nating quarantine measures,”  he said.

The development came following separate recommendations from the Department of Health and the OCTA Research for a one-week extension of the stricter quarantine. 

Last week, the government reimposed ECQ over NCR Plus from March 29 to April 4 following the spike in the number of new COVID-19 cases.
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After April 11, Roque said there is a possibility that the restrictions in the NCR Plus areas could be downgraded to a modified ECQ.

"Pero titignan po muna natin ang resulta ng karagdagang ECQ [However, we will first assess the results of the ECQ extension]," he said.

Meanwhile, Roque announced that 110 additional beds for moderate to severe COVID-19 cases will be opened at the Quezon Institute over the weekend while no less than 160 moderate and severe beds will be opened next month.
On Friday, the Philippines reported an all-time high of 15,310 new coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) cases.

At present, the Philippines has reported a total of 784,043 confirmed COVID-19 cases with 604,905 recoveries and 13,423 fatalities. --DVM/MDM, GMA News

ECQ extended in NCR Plus areas for 1 week

Food delivery is allowed 24/7 in areas under enhanced community quarantine (ECQ), Malacañang clarified on Wednesday.

Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque made this reminder after a video of a GrabFood rider being barred from delivering lugaw (hot rice porridge) went viral.


“A video, which has been circulating online, has come to our attention. Lugaw, or any food item for that matter, is considered an essential good,” Roque said in a statement.

Roque on March 27 said delivery and courier services transporting essential goods will be allowed during the ECQ.

“Delivery of food items must remain unhampered 24/7. Huwag natin harangin sa checkpoints (Let’s not stop them at checkpoints),” he added.

In a Facebook live video early Wednesday morning, rider Marvin Ignacio was apparently scolded by a female personnel from San Jose del Monte City government in Bulacan at a quarantine checkpoint, saying the lugaw is a non-essential item.

"Essential po ba si Lugaw? Hindi. Kasi mabubuhay ang tao ng walang lugaw," she was videoed as saying.

She cited the curfew in areas under ECQ from 6 p.m. to 5 a.m. by showing the rider a copy of guidelines issued by the Inter-Agency Task Force for the Management of Emerging Infectious Diseases (IATF-EID).

However, she seemed to have forgotten that Authorized Persons Outside Residence (APORs), workers, cargo vehicles, and public transportation exempted by the said curfew.
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She said the rider should explain the IATF guidelines to the company he works for.

“Sabihin niyo dun sa Grab niyo. Paano po ‘yan pinapa-implement namin (Tell that to Grab. What about the rules we need to implement?” she said.

Metro Manila, Bulacan, Cavite, Laguna, and Rizal are currently under ECQ until April 4 to curb the spike in Covid-19 cases nationwide.

Malacañang: Food delivery allowed 24/7

Food is an essential item, therefore porridge or “lugaw” is essential too, according to a transport and food delivery company.

On Wednesday, Grab Philippines shared on social media a photo of the dish with the words: “If food is essential, and lugaw is food, therefore lugaw is essential.”

It added: “Let’s give thanks to all our Grab riders na tuloy lang sa paghatid ng ating essential needs! Saludo po kami sa inyo, kuyas and ates!”

The company even updated its advisory to include “lugaw” among essentials that could be delivered during the enhanced community quarantine, and offered free delivery by using the code “LUGAWISESSENTIAL.”

Grab issued the statement after a video of a rider who was barred from delivering lugaw in Bulacan went viral.

The video showed the rider discussing with a woman, who insisted that lugaw was not an essential item.
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Commenting on the viral video, Malacañang on Wednesday said lugaw was an essential good and clarified that food delivery services were allowed to operate beyond curfew hours during ECQ in the NCR Plus bubble.

If you are wondering about he viral video, you can watch it here:

Grab gives out LUGAWISESSENTIAL free delivery code after the viral video

A bakeshop based in Pasig is offering a cake that looks like a mound of rice, resembling the cake President Duterte had during his 76th birthday on Sunday, March 28.

“[We] humbly present our own version of rice cake — legit na cake hindi legit na rice (legit cake, not rice),” the Facebook post read. 

Nice Carlene Junsay, owner of Nicelybaked, shared that she wanted to challenge herself by creating a version of the viral “rice cake.”

“I actually had the idea just this morning when I saw the viral photo of the [cake]. I posted it as a challenge for myself to recreate the cake. I thought how amazing and fulfilling it would be if I can create a cake that actually looks like a cup of rice,” Junsay shared. 

The cake, which measures 4×2 inches, is available in chocolate and red velvet flavors.

After her post went viral, Junsay bared that she is now flooded with orders and even had to “extend working hours” just to answer all the inquiries. 
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“[My] inbox is so full at the moment. I am a one-woman team since I only run a small business. I had to call for back up to be able to respond to all queries,” she added.

Asked if the cake also includes lechon, Junsay said, “I really wish I can include a lechon with every order! But who knows maybe one of these days I can make a cake that looks like a lechon.”
Via Manila Bulletin 

Pasig-based bakeshop recreates Duterte’s ‘rice cake’

DOTr has released transportation guidelines under the week-long ECQ. 

Here’s a QUICK GUIDE to the LATEST TRANSPORTATION GUIDELINES implemented by the Department of Transportation during the Enhanced Community Quarantine imposed in Metro Manila, Bulacan, Cavite, Laguna and Rizal from March 29 to April 4, 2021.

ECQ for NCR+ that starts today was announced last week to stop ng surge of COVID-19 cases that suddenly risen in number in the past days. 

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What vehicles are allowed to travel during ECQ?

Metro Manila and four nearby provinces will revert to enhanced community quarantine for a week. Will this mean the return of quarantine passes amid strict stay-at-home orders as well?

When ECQ was imposed in Luzon from mid-March to mid-May last year, people had to present quarantine passes to be able to enter groceries and other establishments.

When asked if these barangay-issued slips will again be required in the National Capital Region, Bulacan, Cavite, Laguna, and Rizal during the March 29 to April 4 ECQ period, Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque admitted new passes may not be produced given the limited time.

"Ang problema po kasi isang lingo lang itong ating ECQ so hindi ko po alam kung sapat ang panahon para mag issue uli ng quarantine passes," Roque said in an online media briefing on Saturday.

"Kung meron naman po kayong quarantine pass na naitago siguro dalhin niyo na rin po. Kung wala naman po, magbigay na lang ng eksplanasyon na bibili lang ng pagkain o ng gamot," Roque added.
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Under ECQ, people are only allowed to leave their homes to access essential goods or services, or to go to work in industries that are allowed to operate. 

The government has tightened restrictions in the Greater Manila area amid the surge in COVID-19 infections, with active cases hitting another record high 118,122 on Saturday.

Is Quarantine Pass required under the week-long ECQ?

President Rodrigo Duterte ordered another week of enhanced community quarantine (ECQ), the strictest quarantine status, in Metro Manila and its nearby provinces from March 29 to April 4, Malacañang announced on Saturday.

Duterte made the decision following the recommendation of the Inter-Agency Task Force for the Management of Emerging Infectious Diseases (IATF-EID), Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque said in a virtual presser.

“Inaprubahan po ng ating Presidente ang rekomendasyon ng inyong IATF na ilagay muli sa enhanced community quarantine o ECQ ang National Capital Region, Bulacan, Cavite, Laguna at Rizal (The President has approved the IATF’s recommendation to once again place National Capital Region, Bulacan, Cavite, Laguna and Rizal under enhanced community quarantine or ECQ),” he said.

Roque said an intensified curfew from 6 p.m. (from the current 10 p.m.) to 5 a.m. will be implemented in the covered areas, or the so-called NCR Plus.

LIST: Industries allowed to operate during ECQ

An ECQ status mandates all households to observe strict home quarantine and limit movements to accessing essential goods and services, and for work to continue in establishments allowed to operate.

Mass gatherings, public transportation, and face-to-face classes are also prohibited in ECQ zones.

Roque said the decision was reached following the continuing upward trend in coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19) infections in the country.

On Saturday, the Department of Health reported 9,595 new cases that upped the active cases total to 118,122.
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There were also 481 new recoveries for an overall toll of 581,161 out of 712,442 confirmed cases.

Religious gatherings and dine-in services are not allowed in ECQ zones but malls will remain open for essential services.

“Sa madaling salita, home-liners po tayo ulit (In short, we are home-liners anew),” Roque said. “Yung virus po ang kalaban, hindi po ang gobyerno, hindi po ang IATF (The virus is our enemy, not the government, not the IATF).”

Roque ensured that the government would exert all efforts to stop the further transmission of Covid-19.
“Huwag po tayong mawawalan ng loob. Tinitiyak po natin na handa ang gobyerno at tutulungan po kayo (Do not lose hope. We assure that the government is ready and will help you),” he said.

The highest single-day tally the country has recorded since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic was on Friday at 9,838 new cases.


NCR, Bulacan, Rizal, Cavite, Laguna placed under ECQ from March 29 to April 4

This new way of dining is now getting more famous and more common at the same time as we adapt to our current situation amid COVID-19 pandemic while we try to thrive for our daily life. 

Good thing that businesses are learning to find solutions into providing services while keeping us safe from the virus. 

While there are lots of places to dine in Metro Manila, Megaworld Lifestyle Malls has converted and redesigned its open spaces in its various lifestyle malls and allowed its partner restaurants to extend their outdoor seating to accommodate more alfresco diners.

Diners can look forward to enjoying more fresh air and a unique dining experience at their favorite restaurants without having to worry about their safety as alfresco dining offers better physical distancing, air quality and ventilation.

Here are some of Megaworld Lifestyle Malls that provide more outdoor dining:


Tucked between the high rise buildings and residences, Forbes Town offers a safe enclave for diners in the Fort Bonifacio area.

To provide more seating and accommodate dining guests, Burgos Park and Forbes Town Road have been converted into outdoor dining spaces that are perfect for an afternoon getaway or an after-work dinner date
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Megaworld Lifestyle Malls’ flagship lifestyle establishment, Uptown Bonifacio, has opened more areas for alfresco dining.

People can easily make their way to the alfresco spaces at The Deck, which is conveniently situated at the fourth level of the mall.

Just across the street along 9th Ave., Uptown Parade boasts of an abundance of restaurants, with rows of various flavors and cuisine.

Customers can sit back and enjoy the relaxed ambiance and scenery while filling their stomachs with good food.


The most romantic mall is making dining out even more dreamy with its new alfresco spaces. With its Italian-inspired design offering an unmatched charm and spectacle, eating outdoors in this mall is an experience not to be missed.

While travel restrictions are still in effect, couples can go on a global food trip with Venice Grand Canal’s exciting roster of restaurants while enjoying the mall’s unique Venice-inspired sights and sounds.


Those looking to go on an Asian-style food trip while staying safe can visit AsiaTown in McKinley West, which now has more outdoor seating capacity.

Guests can order from any of the restaurants nearby and take their seats in the alfresco area for a more romantic dinner date under the stars.

Which of these are you looking forward to seeing and dining at? Let me know in the comment section below. 

Megaworld Lifestyle Malls converted these places into al fresco dining areas

Taguig is known for having a very low rate of active cases of COVID-19 yet they tested as many people in the city.


The City Epidemiology and Disease Surveillance Unit (CEDSU) and Barangay Health Centers are conducting free PCR testing from Monday to Friday. 

See schedule below:


Alongside the given schedule, regular drive-thru testing is available every Wednesday at BGC and every Friday at Lakeshore. 

ALSO READ: How to get tested in Taguig City?

The city also launched Park ‘N Test which will be accessible every Monday at the Vista Mall Parking Building.  

Another way to be tested is through the Mobile Testing Truck making its rounds in the city.
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As Taguig City continues the battle against COVID-19, it is crucial for the local government to identify positive cases in order to have them undergo quarantine, cease the spread, and recover from coronavirus.

How to avail FREE PCR Testing in Taguig

Reimagine Bonifacio High Street as they bring more outdoor dining areas in BGC.

While indoor dining is on pause as the country continues its fight against COVID-19, these intimate and regularly sanitized outdoor dining areas are made available for the safety of our guests, those aged 18-64 years old. 



Here's the list of outdoor dining areas in BHS:
  1. 📍 Garden StrEAT - 7th Ave
  2. 📍 My Street, High Street - 5th Ave (every Saturday and Sunday only)
  3. 📍 Mercato High StrEAT - 9th Ave
  4. 📍 Parkside Dining - One BHS
  5. 📍 The Terraces - 2F One BHS
  6. 📍 Al fresco dining areas- BHS Open Park  

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As we enjoy the new way of eating out, the premise is strictly implementing the health and safety protocols in fight with COVID-19.
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Remember to always wear your face mask and face shield and observe social distancing while staying in these areas.




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