Abra, Baguio City at Bohol isinailalim sa GCQ with heightened restrictions
By Chona Yu September 24, 2021 - 07:54 AM
Isinailalim ng Inter-Agency Task Force (IATF) ang Abra, Baguio City at Bohol sa General Community Quarantine (GCQ) with heightened restrictions. Ayon kay Presidential Spokesman Harry Roque, mula GCQ, ibinaba naman sa Modified Enhanced Community Quarantine ang Ilocos Norte. Iiral ang bagong quarantine classification simula ngayong araw, September 24 hanggang September 30, 2021. Ngayong nasa GCQ with heightened restrictions ang Abra, Baguio City at Bohol, papayagan ang indoor dine-in services na mag-operate ng 20% venue o seating capacity habang ang al-fresco o outdoor dine-in services ay nasa 50% venue o seating capacity. Papayagan din na magbukas ang mga beauty salons, beauty parlors, barbershops, at nail spas ng hanggang 30% venue o seating capacity. Papayagan din ang outdoor tourist attractions ng hanggang 30% venue capacity basta’t susunod sa minimum public health standards. Papayagan din ang business establishments na may Safety Seal Certifications na mag -operate ng additional 10% points na lagpas sa prescribed on-site capacity o venue/seating capacity. Hindi naman papayagan ang meetings, incentives, conventions at exhibitions events at social events sa mga venue establishments. Hindi rin pinapayagan pa na magbukas ang indoor sports courts at venues at indoor tourist attractions. Samantala, papayagan ang religious gatherings ng hanggang 10% na venue capacity. “The local government unit (LGU) may increase this allowable venue capacity to 30%. Gatherings for necrological services, wakes, inurnment and funerals for those who died of causes other than COVID-19 and for the cremains of the COVID-19 deceased shall be allowed but limited to immediate family members,” pahayag ni Roque.
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