BAGUIO CITY – (Feb. 24, 2021) – Baguio City eased up some of its quarantine restrictions amid its General Community Quarantine (GCQ) status.

This is in preparation for gradually increasing the operational capacity of permitted industries in the city within the limits allowed by the national government.

In Executive Order No. 24, Series of 2021 issued Feb. 21 by Mayor Benjamin Magalong, curfew time was adjusted to 12am to 4am while liquor ban hours was shortened to 10pm to 10am.

This took effect last Feb. 22.

In Executive Order No. 26-21, the allowed seating capacity for religious services has been increased to 50 percent of the capacity of the venue starting Feb. 28.

 This is subject to the following conditions:

1. Limited to religious services/worship;

2. Written approval from LGU (previous permits will be honored);

3. Designation of roving health protocol officer/s; and

4. Signs and markers on health protocols shall be installed within the premises.

This is in compliance with Resolution No. 99-2021 issued by the National Inter-Agency Task Force. — Aileen P. Refuerzo