STARTING AUGUST 30, BAGUIO WILL EASE RESTRICTIONS, PASSES NOT NEEDED TO ENTER ESTABLISHMENTS
The local government unit of Baguio City said it would ease restrictions imposed amid the COVID-19 threat starting Monday, August 31.
In a FACEBOOK advisory posted by Mayor Benjamin Magalong, it said that mall schedules would be suspended beginning Monday. This means residents need not present malls and market pass to enter private commercial establishments.
However, those going to the city’s public market will still have to follow the assigned schedule per district until further notice.
Magalong said residents—even senior citizens—may go out of their homes to avail of essential goods and services or to work, but everyone should still observe health standards and protocols.