SM Supermalls, Ayala Malls, Robinsons Malls, Star Malls and Vista Malls all said they would close their malls starting Monday.
Here are the malls in Metro Manila that will be closed temporarily during the community quarantine:
SM announced that starting March 16, all their malls in Metro Manila will be closed until further notice. Supermarkets, banks, pharmacies, hardware stores, and selected restaurants with takeout and delivery services remain open from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Ayala Malls announced today, March 15, that they will be closing their Metro Manila malls temporarily until further notice beginning Monday, March 16.
"In compliance with government directives on General Community Quarantine and in the interest of health and safety, all Ayala Malls in Metro Manila will be temporarily closed for operations effective March 16 until further notice," the statement reads. Take note that supermarkets, drugstores, convenience stores, and banks will remain open.
Branches included: Alabang Town Center • Glorietta • Greenbelt • Market! Market! • TriNoma • Ayala Malls Circuit • Ayala Malls Cloverleaf • Ayala Malls Feliz • Ayala Malls Legazpi • Ayala Malls Manila Bay • Ayala Malls Marikina • Ayala Malls Serin • Ayala Malls Solenad • Ayala Malls South Park • Ayala Malls The 30th • Ayala Malls Vertis North • Ayala North Exchange • Bonifacio High Street • Fairview Terraces • Harbor Point • MarQuee Mall • Metropoint • Pavilion Mall • Serendra • The District Dasmarinas • The District Imus • U.P. Town Center
"In support of the Enhanced Community Quarantine, Robinsons Malls will be temporarily closing ALL LUZON MALLS effective March 17, 2020 until further notice." advised by Robinsons Malls on their social media account.
Meanwhile, supermarkets, pharmacies, banks, hardware stores, convenience stores, select restaurants with takeout and delivery services, and other essentials may still operate to continue serving the public.
Vista Mall also announced temporary closure in light of the government’s directive on the Enhanced Community Quarantine for the entire Luzon, starting March 17, 2020 to ensure the safety and well-being of our customers, partners, and employees to contain the spread of COVID-19.
Megaworld Lifestyle Malls
All Megaworld Lifestyle Malls in Metro Manila will be closed starting March 16. Megaworld noted that "supermarkets, banks, pharmacies and medical services, convenience stores, select restaurants with take-out and delivery services, and other essentials will remain open to cater to the needs of our residents, office workers, and employees."
Power Plant Mall
Makati City on Monday will impose a curfew from 8 p.m. to 5 a.m. to further restrict movement of its residents following Metro Manila's month-long community quarantine, Mayor Abigail Binay said Sunday on My Makati's Facebook page, announcing that she has signed Executive Order 10.
Malls will also be prohibited from operating until the quarantine ends on April 14 or "until further notice depending on the situation," Binay said.
Shangri-La Plaza announced that they will "temporarily cease operations on March 16, 2020 until further notice." According to their statement, they will be limiting operations to supermarkets, drugstores, convenience stores, banks, and other essentials.
Festival Mall in Alabang and other Filinvest Lifemalls in Luzon will also follow the directives of PH government to "ensure the safety of our customers, business partners, and employees."
Bonifacio Global City houses several malls in Taguig will also close temporarily as announced on their social media post.
Estancia Capitol Commons
Just like Tiendesitas, Estancia at Capitol Commons also announced mall closure starting March 16, 2020.
On their Facebook post, Ortigas Malls like Tiendesitas announced their official statement on its mall's closure starting March 17, 2020.
"In support of the local government units on the Enhanced Community Quarantine, Tiendesitas will be closed today, March 17, until further notice."
Although the mall is closed, "select restaurants will be open for delivery."
Malls in Araneta Center will be closed beginning March 16 until further notice, according to a statement posted on Araneta City's Facebook page. Gateway Mall, Ali Mall, and Farmers Plaza will stop its operations to support the government's efforts to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Only essential establishments such as supermarkets, groceries, convenience stores, pharmacies, medical and dental clinics, restaurants with take-out and/or food delivery services, and banks and other financial institutions may remain open to provide basic services to our patrons and the general public. Dine-in restaurants, gyms, salons, dance and similar wellness centers or schools are also advised to cease operations and temporarily close until further notice.
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