NCR, Other ‘High-Risk’ Areas Placed Under Modified ECQ

NCR, Other ‘High-Risk’ Areas Placed Under Modified ECQ

Spotlight

McDonald’s Now Offers Group Selections For You And Your Fam’s Different Cravings

They also launched a platter of McNuggets and BFF Fries that are good for up to 20 people!

EDC Lauds DOE Move To Promote Geothermal

“We highly welcome the DOE’s recent directives to explore and maximize geothermal energy sources in the country."

LTFRB To Allow Operations Of 6,002 PUJ Units In 49 Routes

Magbabalik na ang mga jeepney! Heto ang mga inaprubahang ruta kung saan sila makakabiyaheng muli, simula July 3.

Residents across National Capital Region (NCR), Laguna (Region IV-A), and Cebu City (Region VII) have to hold on a little longer as the government places these areas under modified Enhanced Community Quarantine (ECQ) from May 16-31, 2020.

Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque announced the decision on Tuesday afternoon in a virtual presser.

Majority of the rules in ECQ apply. People are still required to stay in their homes and are only allowed to go outdoors to buy essentials. Here are some of the new guidelines for areas undergoing modified ECQ:

• Limited movement within zone for obtaining essential services of work
• Limited transporting services for essential goods & services
• Suspension of physical classes
• Operation of selected manufacturing and processing plants up to maximum of 50% workforce

Details regarding which industries belong in the resume of operations have yet to be announced.

The Luzon-wide ECQ has been implemented on March 16, 2020. As of May 11, there are 11,086 confirmed COVID-19 cases including 1,999 recoveries, and 726 deaths.

Photo Source: Facebook/pnagovph

Lenovo Announces Pre-Order Exclusive Promo For New Legion Devices

Get a chance to receive Lenovo accessories worth P10,000 when you buy their promo!

Spox. Roque: Traditional PUJs Resume Ops In Some Areas

Among the areas that will use the traditional jeepneys again are Ilocos, Western Visayas, and Davao Region.

Demecillo: Dumaguete Requires Negative RT-PCR Result For Returnees

Starting July 1, returning residents in Negros Oriential, specifically locally-stranded individuals (LSIs), will now be required to present a negative RT-PCR (reverse transcription-polymerase chain reaction) test result upon arrival.

Spox. Roque: PH Winning Fight VS. COVID-19

Malacañang claims that the country is winning the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic after defying the number of cases projected by a University of the Philippines (UP) study.

Mayor Vico Vows ‘Unpoliticized’, Principled Public Service

Here are the highlights of Mayor Vico's first-ever "State of the City Address" on July 3:

Globe MyBusiness Teams Up With International LMS Providers

Globe myBusiness has partnered with Learning Management Services (LMS) providers to ensure that schools are supported in deploying learning platforms to their students and teachers!

Guv. Fernando Leads Distribution Of Equipment To 21 Farmers’ Groups In Bulacan

At least 21 farming associations in Bulacan have received various equipment that could help boost the farmers’ productivity.

Globe At Home Powers The Lockdown With Xtreme WiFi Plan 999

For only P999 a month, may wifi ka na, may data packages at instant entertainment ka pa!

Mayor Frenzel Appoints Midwife To A Permanent Gov’t Post After Recovering From COVID-19

A dose of good news! A 23-year-old midwife based in Benguet receives a permanent position in the government, thanks to her immense dedication to serve the public.

Rep. Rodriguez: Urges DepEd To Prepare Reintroduction Of GMRC in Schools

Rodriquez urged the Department of Education (DepEd)to prepare for the reintroduction of subjects on good manners and right conduct (GMRC) and values education in schools.