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Is that your final answer?
Looks like this matter is settled, at least for now: It will be up to local government units (LGUs) to decide whether or not travelers entering their jurisdiction will be required to present a negative COVID-19 RT-PCR test.That's
Even for fully-vaccinated individuals
If you're the proud owner of a vaccination card that shows you've already gotten the required doses of an approved COVID-19 vaccine here in the country, and you've been busy making travel plans these past few days, a
Vaccination cards will suffice in lieu of a negative COVID-19 test result
Good news for fully vaccinated individuals who need to travel across provinces or municipalities: The Inter-Agency Task Force for the Management of Emerging Infectious Diseases (IATF-EID) has confirmed that there'll be no need to present negative swab test results
The agencies’ Service Contracting Program will also be stopped temporarily
The Department of Transportation (DOTr) has been offering free rides to authorized persons outside of residence (APORs) since the start of this pandemic through its Libreng Sakay Program. Unfortunately, the agency will have to stop the implementation of this program-temporarily, at
This applies to travelers going across regions or provinces via public transport
As quarantine restrictions start to ease back up (again) in Greater Manila, more public transport has been made available to the public. This has resulted in more movement across cities, provinces, and regions.Naturally, with the ongoing pandemic, the heightened movement would
More than 100 people were inoculated on the first day of the rollout
Drive-through COVID-19 testing sites started popping up left and right at the start of the pandemic. And now that vaccines are finally being rolled out, some local government units have taken the same approach to distribute the shots to their
According to a Cabinet secretary
Essential workers, apart from medical frontliners, can get vaccinated for COVID-19 as early as May, a top Cabinet official said Monday as the Philippines awaits more vaccines.Cabinet secretary Karlo Nograles, who co-chairs the government's inter-agency task force
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Greater Manila is already under enhanced community quarantine (ECQ), and as expected, there have been concerns regarding the availability of public transport especially for essential workers.To help address the situation, the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) is rolling out
PUBs and PUJ operations limited to 50% capacity, rail lines to 30%
We've now entered enhanced community quarantine (ECQ) in Greater Manila (or more awkwardly known as 'NCR Plus'). Again. It feels like we're back to square one after more than a year into this pandemic. Anyway...The government has already announced
Here we go again
Metro Manila and the provinces of Bulacan, Cavite, Laguna, and Rizal are set to go back under enhanced community quarantine (ECQ) from March 29 until April 4, 2021. Unlike last year's version of this quarantine, however, public transport will remain operational,
*face palm emoji*
The GCQ bubble pertains collectively to Metro Manila and the surrounding provinces of Bulacan, Cavite, Laguna, and Rizal. The Greater Manila Area, in other words, but it's now also being called NCR Plus. Because all these areas are under general community
Aka the borders of Greater Manila and adjacent provinces
Here's another acronym for your quarantine alphabet soup: The Philippine National Police (PNP) has just released its list of QCPs, or quarantine control points, that will be set up along the borders of the new general community quarantine (GCQ) 'bubble.'In
The latest advisory covers Metro Manila, Bulacan, Cavite, Laguna, and Rizal
Following the latest imposition of stricter health and safety measures in areas under general community quarantine (GCQ), the Department of Transportation has released a new advisory that includes updated transport policies covering Metro Manila, Bulacan, Cavite, Laguna, and Rizal. The guidelines are
“Let’s be flexible”
The recent spike in COVID-19 infections has prompted Metro Manila mayors to implement a uniform 10pm-to-5am curfew in the capital region until March 31. Provincial leaders are also limiting movement in their respective areas, with Cavite governor Jonvic Remulla
To help enforce the new uniform curfew hours in the capital
The number of COVID-19 cases in the Philippines-specifically in Metro Manila-has been rising as of late. As a result of this recent surge, mayors in the capital have agreed to impose a synchronized 10pm-5am curfew across the metro.
“Ginawa ito para hindi na malito ang tao, para magkaisa na lang”
Metro Manila mayors have agreed to synchronize curfew hours, from 10pm to 5am, for two weeks starting Monday, March 15, to help arrest a surge in coronavirus infections, the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) has announced.Authorities have also locked down some
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