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Face shields over face masks.
Face shields will be required in all forms of public transportation from Aug. 15, the Department of Transportation said in a memorandum released Wednesday. The face shields will be on top of face masks. The Philippines is addressing fast-rising COVID-19 infections that forced the reimposition of ...
There will be new quarantine measures in place starting today, June 16.
President Rodrigo Duterte held a special meeting on Monday, June 15, to discuss the current quarantine situation in the Philippines due to COVID-19. As of June 15, there are 26,420 confirmed cases in the Philippines. Therefore, the Inter-Agency Task Force for the Management of Emerging ...
Gentle reminder not to stay out if you can stay home.
As we wait for the Inter-Agency Task Force (IATF)'s official announcement on the state of Luzon after the general community quarantine (GCQ) from June 1 to 15, LGUs have been releasing guidelines on how to proceed with the "new normal" in order to prevent further spread of ...
The Department of Tourism released the guidelines for accredited restaurants.
With restaurants slowly being allowed to open, you’re probably wondering what dining in the new normal will be like. On June 9, the Department of Tourism released a set of guidelines for Department of Tourism (DOT)-accredited restaurants and restaurants in DOT-accredited accommodation establishments (such ...
That's June 8, according to the MMDA.
Remember the modified number coding scheme proposed by the Metro Manila Council (MMC) just a week back? Well, the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) has announced that it will start implementing the said scheme starting Monday, June 8, 2020.TOP STORY: Pacquiao Ranks ...
It's going to be really different when we eat out.
After releasing the “new normal” guidelines for barbershops and hair salons, the Department of Trade and Industry on Sunday (May 31) the mimimum health protocols for dine-in restaurants and fastfood establishments. Restaurants, like most commercial establishments, have been closed for dine-in customers since ...
The DTI has laid down the rules before they can reopen.
As Metro Manila prepares to transition to General Community Quarantine on Monday, June 1, the Department of Trade and Industry has laid down the rules for barbershops and hair salons. The agency said these are the minimum health standards that need to ...
All your GCQ commuting and mobilizing questions answered.
Transport services will resume operations once the majority of the country shifts to general community quarantine (GCQ) on June 1. To prepare for the return of commuters, the Department of Transportation released guidelines for the different transport systems.You would by now that COVID-19 ...
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 travel pass isn’t always required when entering, ...
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