The Davao City local government has extended the liquor ban in public places and curfew in the city until May 31, 2021, to continue to control the spread of COVID-19.
This is based on the new executive order released on Wednesday.
According to Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte, the removal of the curfew and liquor will only entice some people to have a gathering, which is one of the reasons for the spread of COVID-19.
“Based on our experience dati, when we removed that during MGCQ [modified general community quarantine], nag-encourage siya ng mga people na magtipon,” said Duterte.
The liquor ban and curfew would have ended on March 31, starting at 9 pm until 4 am.
Employees and businesses will be allowed to leave their homes during the curfew during the hours it covers, based on the law.
The total number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Davao City is 13,568.
As of Wednesday, 15 cases were added. Before that, no new cases were recorded by the city on Monday.
Despite the apparent decrease in new cases in Davao City, the authorities will continue to tighten the implementation of health protocols.
Fort Bonifacio in Taguig records highest number of COVID-19 cases since last week – OCTA
A barangay from Taguig City recorded the highest number of new coronavirus disease (COVID-19) cases since last week, according to a monitoring report released by some researchers on Thursday.
From March 18 to 24, 2021, Fort Bonifacio barangay in Taguig had the newest COVID-19 cases in the Philippines at 342.
Of the top 52 barangays listed by the OCTA Research Group, where some “tie” in the same positions, it is noteworthy that most are from Metro Manila.
“Four [of the 52] barangays are in Rizal while the rest are in [National Capital Region],” said OCTA Research Group.
Some of the top 10 barangays when it comes to COVID-19 cases are:
Fort Bonifacio, Taguig City (342)
Barangay 76, Pasay City (309)
Barangay 183, Pasay City (251)
Pio del Pilar, Makati City (240)
Commonwealth, Quezon City (194)
Batasan Hills, Quezon City (180)
San Antonio, Makati City (173)
B. F. Homes, Paranaque City (170)
Holy Spirit, Quezon City (168)
Culiat, Quezon City (166)
Four Rizal areas with the worst infection on the list include San Isidro, Cainta (164); San Andres (Pob.), Cainta (147); San Juan, Cainta (123); Mayamot, Antipolo City (119).