LIST: Alert Level 3 Implemented in these Areas until January 31, 2022

Cities & Provinces under Alert Level 3 from January 15 to January 31

ALERT LEVEL 3 – The authorities released the curbs set in Metro Manila and several other cities and provinces until January 31.

The COVID-19 cases in the Philippines have another surge following the holiday season. The authorities somehow anticipated the increase in the cases due to the holiday activities of the people. Many people went out and gathered in shopping malls and other public establishments for the holiday preparations.

During the holiday season, Metro Manila was under Alert Level 2. The children were also finally allowed to enter shopping malls after more than a year of limiting them indoors.

Upon noticing an increase in the COVID-19 cases, the authorities placed the entire Metro Manila under Alert Level 3 which was set from January 3 to January 15. Malacañang and the Department of Health (DOH) previously said that the shifting of the measure to Alert Level 4 is possible if the growth of the cases will continue.

Metro Manila

Recently, as the first “Alert Level 3” implementation in Metro Manila reached its expiry, the authorities released the new quarantine measure in the capital region and as well as other cities and provinces in the Philippines. The new curbs are set until January 31, 2022.

Based on a report on ABS-CBN News, the quarantine measure in Metro Manila will remain in Alert Level 3 until January 31, 2022. The following areas are under the said curb:

  • Metro Manila
  • Baguio City
  • Ilocos Sur
  • Pampanga
  • Iloilo
  • Bohol
  • Cebu
  • Davao del Sur
  • Davao del Norte

Under the said curb, interzonal and intrazonal travels are allowed. The indoor operating capacity of public establishments including restaurants’ dine-in services, gyms, personal care establishments, and movie theaters is limited to 30% for fully vaccinated individuals. The same percentage limit is allowed for social events.

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