Jack Jarilla, a resident in the said island for 20 years, captured jaw-dropping photos of the famous tourist spot without the crowd in avoidance of the spread of today's coronavirus disease.
"No one is allowed to roam around, no swimming, no walking on the beach," Jarilla discribed the situation.
"We were issued quarantine passes, which we are only allowed to use to buy food or other necessities. Curfew is at 8 p.m., so it's not what we were used to."
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The province of Aklan, where Boracay is located in the municipality of Malay, has been placed under enhanced community quarantine to flatten the curve of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The island also had rehabilitation from April 26 to October 26 in 2019.
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