LIST: PH Areas Under Community Quarantine

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After President Rodrigo Duterte imposed the Luzon-wide “Enhanced Community Quarantine” amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) crisis this week, it wasn’t long before other local government units (LGUs) started to follow.

 

Check out the list of areas in the Philippines under Community Quarantine:

 

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Enhanced Community Quarantine

 

Metro Manila

  • Starting March 15 until April 12, 2020

Zamboanga City

  • EO 553-2020 starting March 20 until further notice

Zamboanga del Sur Province

  • EO 2020-09 starting March 19 until further notice

 

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General Community Quarantine

 

Antique

  • EO 35-2020 starting March 17 until April 15

Bacolod City

  • EO 21-2020 starting March 15 until further notice

Baguio

  • Starting March 16 until April 15

Bohol

  • Starting March 16 until March 20 (dry run)

Bukidnon Province

  • EO 13-2020 starting March 17 until further notice

Biliran

  • Limited border closure starting March 17 until March 31

Cagbalete Island

  • Starting March 10 until March 23

Cainta, Rizal

  • Starting March 15 until April 14

Capiz

  • Starting March 15 until further notice

Catanduanes

  • Starting March 15 until April 14

Cavite

  • Starting March 17 until further notice

Cebu City

  • EO 52-2020 starting March 16 until April 14

Cotabato City

  • Starting

Davao City

  • EO signed on March 15

Digos City

  • Starting March 16 until further notice

Iligan City

  • EO 29-2020 starting March 16 until further notice

Ilocos Norte

  • EO signed on March 14

Ilocos Sur

  • Starting March 15 until April 14

Iloilo Province

  • Starting March 15 to April 14

Koronadal, South Cotabato

  • EO 35-2020 starting March 23 until further notice

La Union

  • Starting March 16 until April 12

Lanao del Sur

  • Starting March 17 until April 14

Lanao del Norte Province

  • Starting

Misamis Occidental

  • Starting

Negros Occidental

  • Starting March 15 until April 14

Panabo City, Davao del Norte

  • Starting

Pangasinan

  • Starting March 16 until April 12

Sto. Tomas, Davao del Norte

  • EO 9-2020 starting March 16 until further notice

SOCCSKSARGEN

  • Starting March 23 until further notice

South Cotabato

  • EO signed on March 16

Southern Leyte

  • Starting March 17 until March 31

Tagum City, Davao del Norte

  • EO 36-2020 starting March 16 until further notice

Valencia City, Bukidnon

  • EO 19-2020 starting March 16 until March 29

Zamboanga del Norte Province

  • Starting March 17 until April 14

Zamboanga Sibugay Province

  • Starting March 17 until further notice

 

On the other hand, Duterte has placed the entire country under the State of Calamity for six months “unless earlier lifted or extended as circumstance may warrant.”

A State of Calamity means the national and local government can access its quick response funds to address the needs of the public and enhance disaster preparedness efforts amid its grapple against COVID-19.

Following the stricter implementation of the Community Quarantine, curfews are now imposed across the country.

 

 

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