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Local government units in Metro Manila will impose a “unified” curfew from 8 p.m. to 5 a.m, Malacañang said Wednesday as the capital region eased COVID-19 restrictions.

UNIFIED  CURFEW

“I understand the mayors voted. There was a majority, that the curfew hours should be 8 (pm) to 5 (am),” Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque said, citing a meeting with COVID-19 task force members the night before.


Metro Manila as well as the neighboring regions of Bulacan, Cavite, Laguna, and Rizal were placed back to the more relaxed general community quarantine until the end of the month.

The said areas were put under a two-week modified lockdown earlier this month, following the medical community’s plea for a breather.

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GCQ PROTOCOLS IMPLEMENTATION

Despite the development, Roque maintained that tight health protocols will still be followed, with the GCQ implementation seen to be stricter.

He reiterated that mass gatherings— including religious services— will be limited to 10 persons for areas under GCQ.

NUMBER OF COVID-19 CASES IN THE PHILIPPINES

As of today, COVID-19 infections in the Philippines have spiked to nearly 170,000, the highest number of cases in Southeast Asia.



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Metro Manila curfew is set to 8pm-5am until Aug. 31 as agreed by the mayors

Local government units in Metro Manila will impose a “unified” curfew from 8 p.m. to 5 a.m, Malacañang said Wednesday as the capital region eased COVID-19 restrictions.

UNIFIED  CURFEW

“I understand the mayors voted. There was a majority, that the curfew hours should be 8 (pm) to 5 (am),” Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque said, citing a meeting with COVID-19 task force members the night before.


Metro Manila as well as the neighboring regions of Bulacan, Cavite, Laguna, and Rizal were placed back to the more relaxed general community quarantine until the end of the month.

The said areas were put under a two-week modified lockdown earlier this month, following the medical community’s plea for a breather.

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GCQ PROTOCOLS IMPLEMENTATION

Despite the development, Roque maintained that tight health protocols will still be followed, with the GCQ implementation seen to be stricter.

He reiterated that mass gatherings— including religious services— will be limited to 10 persons for areas under GCQ.

NUMBER OF COVID-19 CASES IN THE PHILIPPINES

As of today, COVID-19 infections in the Philippines have spiked to nearly 170,000, the highest number of cases in Southeast Asia.



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Klook.com

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