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Metro Manila, to remain at Alert Level 3 - Malacañang

January 14, 2022 - Friday 3:01 PM by Joy Catleya Antonio

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Metro Manila will remain under Alert Level 3 from January 16 to 31, the Palace announced this Friday.

Cabinet Secretary and acting presidential spokesperson Karlo Nograles said this, even with the spike of COVID-19 cases across the region.

Aside from the National Capital Region, the following areas will also be under Alert Level 3 starting January 16:

 

Baguio City

Ifugao

Mountain Province

Dagupan City

Ilocos Sur

Santiago City in Region 2

Cagayan

Angeles City

Aurora

Bataan

Bulacan,

Olongapo City

Pampanga

Zambales

Rizal

Batangas

Cavite

Laguna

Lucena City

Marinduque

Romblon

Camarines Norte

Catanduanes

Naga City

Sorsogon

Iloilo City

Iloilo

Negros Occidental

Guimaras

Lapu-Lapu City

Bohol

Cebu province

Negros Oriental

Ormoc City

Biliran

Eastern Samar

Leyte

Northern Samar

Southern Leyte

Western Samar

City of Isabela in Region 9

Zamboanga City

Zamboanga del Sur

Bukidnon

Iligan City

Misamis Occidental

Misamis Oriental

Davao del Sur

Davao del Norte

General Santos City

South Cotabato

Surigao del Sur

Agusan del Norte

Lanao del Sur

 

Alert Level 3 also is also being implemented on the following areas starting today, January 14 until January 31:

 

Benguet

Kalinga

Abra

La Union

Ilocos Norte

Pangasinan

Nueva Vizcaya

Isabela

Quirino

Nueva Ecija

Tarlac

Quezon province

Occidental Mindoro

Oriental Mindoro

Camarines Sur

Albay

Bacolod City

Aklan

Capiz

Antique

Cebu City

Mandaue City

Tacloban City

Cagayan de Oro City

Davao City

Butuan City

Agusan del Sur

Cotabato City

 

With Alert Level 3 implemented, activities with "high-risk for transmission" like gatherings in residences with individuals not belonging in same household won't be allowed.

Also prohibited under government guidelines are the following:

Contact sports is also not allowed unless this is done in a bubble type set-up.

Limited face-to-face classes for basic education would be suspended unless approved by the pandemic task force or the Office of the President.

Funfair/peryas and amusement industries like playgrounds, playrooms, and kiddie rides are also not allowed to operate.

Government guidelines also states that karaoke bars, clubs, concert halls, theaters, casinos, horse racing, cockfighting or operation of cockpits, lottery and betting shops, ang other gaming establishments cannot operate under the said alert level.

For other businesses, 30% indoor venue capacity will be permitted only for those who are fully vaccinated, and 50% for outdoor venue capacity as long as the employees are fully vaccinated.

 

In some areas, Alert Level 2 will remain from January 16 to 31, included are the following:

 

Apayao

Batanes

Palawan

Puerto Princesa City

Masbate

Siquijor

Zamboanga del Norte

Zamboanga Sibugay

Camiguin

Lanao del Norte

Davao de Oro

Davao Occidental

Davao Oriental

North Cotabato

Sarangani

Sultan Kudarat

Dinagat Islands

Surigao del Norte

Basilan

Maguindanao

Sulu

Tawi-Tawi

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