The City Government of Davao is set to lift the food and medicine (FM) pass and curfew hours for Davao City starting Monday, August 3, as part of easing things for residence under the general modified community quarantine (MGCQ).
Local health officials said there have been no applications to their call for health workers for Covid-19 response, as they raise concern on the exhaustion of its personnel.
The Mindanao Development Authority (MinDA) has asked the Inter-Agency Task Force (IATF) on COVID-19 to reconsider and suspend its policy requiring barriers for motorcycle back riders.
Health officials in this region did not rule out that Davao region may hit 1,000 cases of coronavirus (Covid-19) infections by the end of July with the rise of cases reported day by day.
The Civil Aviation Authority has issued an advisory last July 16 requiring persons flying in to Davao to present their RT-PCR test results that they are coronavirus (Covid-19) free and safe to travel.
From serving four villages here, the locally created Mindanao Cooperatives Water Service Federation (MCWS) will soon be providing its services to consumers in the cities of Cotabato and Bislig.
The City Government has established a center for arriving locally stranded individuals and overseas workers to stay to wait for 15 hours to wait for their coronavirus (Covid-19) test results.
Persons not wearing or taking off face masks in public places in Davao City will be meted fines and one-month imprisonment on the third offense, as stipulated in a new city ordinance.
The City Government of Davao has placed Barangay 23-C, known as Mini-Forest Boulevard, under “hard lockdown” for a minimum of 14 days starting July 4, following an increase of Covid-19 cases among its residents.
Scientists from the University of the Philippines refute the national government’s claims that it is winning the battle against the coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic, citing statistics that show the virus is spreading fast.