The Davao City government has made two adjustments in its quarantine protocols for commuters: back riding on motorcycles will be allowed for all, and face shields must be worn inside public transport units.
Persons who will break the 14-day home quarantine as part of protocol for Covid-19 testing will now be penalized according to an ordinance passed by the City Council last August 11.
More groups from the medical community declared support to the health professionals’ call for a “timeout” to address the rising Covid-19 cases and an overwhelmed health care system.
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Provincial officials of Lanao del Sur announced that 21 recent Covid-19 cases were locally transmitted.
The regional office of the Department of Health (DOH-XI) has admitted they are still short of the targeted contact tracers in the region.
With the surge of new Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) cases in the region, the Department of Health (DOH-XI) announced that the present critical care utilization rate is still manageable.
Bukidnon Gov. Jose Maria Zubiri and his wife tested negative for the new Coronavirus disease (COVID-19).
Since the implementation of the community quarantine from March 15 to August 3, or 141 days, the Davao City Police have apprehended 4,644 persons for violating quarantine rules.
Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio said the city government would appeal to a national agency to consider the complaints of vehicle drivers that they need to wear face shields while commuting.