Ahead of the implementation of mandatory helmet use for local cyclists
The local government of Quezon City gave away free helmets on Friday, October 2, ahead of the implementation of an ordinance penalizing cyclists who do not wear one.Beginning October 15, Ordinance No. SP-2942, which states that cyclists are required to
And that’s only for the first offense
If you now use a bicycle to get around and your daily route takes you through Quezon City, listen up: The local government has approved a new ordinance to strictly enforce the mandatory use of helmets for cyclists.Ordinance No. SP-2942
This can only bode well for commuters, especially medical frontliners
One of the most significant changes brought about by this COVID-19 pandemic is the emergence of bike lanes in Metro Manila. Granted, while there are already some areas in the capital with established road networks for bicycles, it's still worth
The changes will take effect starting July 28
Do you traverse Elliptical Road in Quezon City regularly? If so, then be advised: Some adjustments will be made along the thoroughfare this week to make way for the ongoing MRT-7 construction.The Department of Transportation (DOTr) and the Metropolitan Manila
It’s the so-called 'gold standard' of testing
Whereas before only entitled VIPs could get COVID-19 tests, more people have access to this crucial screening now. And if initial antibody tests come back positive, then it's best to get the final answer regarding COVID-19 with a polymerase
Too much?
On one hand, it's good to know Quezon City is taking the use of face masks during the COVID-19 pandemic seriously. On the other, though? This may just be a little too much.Earlier today, journalist and COVID-19 survivor
This will be used to test areas with high attack rate
Health experts around the world say that the best (and possibly only way) to stop COVID-19 from spreading is through mass testing. This, along with contact tracing and isolation, was the secret to New Zealand's success in containing the virus.
Other stories include the possible resumption of jeepney, motorcycle-taxi operations
The project is being fast-tracked
Are you one of the many commuters who have shifted to riding a bicycle as your primary means of transport? We know riding conditions are far from ideal right now, but hang in there-several projects and initiatives are in the works
Here are the requirements and the guidelines
Residents, employees, and business owners from Quezon City, take note: The local government unit has just released its latest travel pass guidelines that will be observed for the duration of the modified enhanced community quarantine (MECQ).In a nutshell, note that a
Check out the complete guidelines
Ahead of Metro Manila's shift tomorrow, May 16, 2020, to a modified enhanced community quarantine (MECQ), the Quezon City local government has released the corresponding guidelines for transport, travel, and business operations in the locality.Of note, public transport remains suspended
Intensified testing and monitoring will be conducted
The Quezon City local government is placing 20 areas in Barangay Bahay Toro, Barangay Culiat, Barangay Sauyo, Barangay Batasan Hills, and Barangay Tatalon under a 'special concern lockdown,' according to an announcement published on the evening of Tuesday, May 12, on the
Via the new Community Market mobile app
Here's something Quezon City residents can get excited about: The local city government has launched a new e-market project in collaboration with the Office of the Vice President.Starting tomorrow, May 12, residents can order fresh produce such as meat,
Good job
If you live in Quezon City and happened to spot a pair of navy green 12-wheeler Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) trucks earlier today, don't be alarmed. These were, in fact, mobile kitchens that the Armed Forces deployed to
The city is the country’s hardest-hit area
Usually, an evening commute to or from Quezon City, the largest and most populated city in the country, entails long queues, packed public buses, jeepneys weaving in and out of traffic, and the blaring noise of honking cars and speeding two-wheelers-
Two barangays now under ‘extreme enhanced community quarantine’
Pay attention if you live in Quezon City. The local government has announced that it is placing a 500-meter quarantine radius around three of the city's major hospitals, namely the Philippine Heart Center, the East Avenue Medical Center, and the
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