“Masunurin sa gobyerno!” Baguio City community quarantine shows how disciplined the Igorots are

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Netizens were amazed after seeing how Baguio City is following the enhanced community quarantine ordered by President Rodrigo Duterte to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

Baguio, a place was known to be very crowded suddenly became empty because of the order from the government and LGUs.

Under Executive Order No. 65, Mayor Benjamin Magalong declared community quarantine in Baguio City.

According to the executive order, “only those persons with essential travel purpose, or employment/business in the city shall be allowed to enter”.

They also disallowed people to go outside if they’re:

  • 60 years old and above
  • Immunocompromised persons
  • Minors
  • A person with a history of pulmonary ailment

Magalong also forbids anyone from doing mass gatherings and discouraged religious activities in churches.

He also warned public utility drivers to avoid violating the mass public transportation ban or else face charges.

“I am giving them (PUJ and taxi drivers) only 30 minutes to leave the streets and park their vehicles or they will face charges,” Magalong said in a statement.

The order seems enforced very well as some netizens posted photos of some popular places in Baguio.

GEN. LUNA ST.

SESSION ROAD

UPPER MABINI STREET

BAGUIO CITY PUBLIC MARKET

BURNHAM PARK



MAHARLIKA TO TIONGSAN OVERPASS

PEOPLE’S PARK

The whole Luzon placed under community quarantine since Tuesday to fight the spread of COVID-19 in the Philippines.

Millions of Filipino workers were affected by the community quarantine as they’re discouraged already to go to work and stay at home to avoid being infected by the virus.

The community quarantine was expected to end next month after the Holy Week.

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