Tacloban mayor signs new E.O. for guidelines under Alert Level 1

Tacloban mayor signs new E.O. for guidelines under Alert Level 1

On March 16, 2022, Tacloban Mayor Alfred Romualdez signed an Executive Order implementing COVID-19 Alert Level 1 guidelines. PHOTO: © Vyacheslav Argenberg / http://www.vascoplanet.com/, CC BY 4.0, via Wikimedia Commons

TACLOBAN CITY – Tacloban Mayor Alfred Romualdez  signed an Executive Order (E.O. 2022-03-001) on March 16, 2022, titled "An Executive Order implementing the Inter-Agency Task Force (IATF) Guidelines for areas classified as Alert Level 1."

As required by IATF guidelines and other applicable national issuances, all persons in Tacloban City (either residents or non-residents) shall continue to adhere to minimum health standards, including wearing face masks and social distancing.

Intrazonal and interzonal travel shall be permitted regardless of age or comorbid conditions for travelers. However, all visitors to Tacloban City who are not residents of Region 8 will be admitted upon presentation of their vaccination card.

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Posted by iTacloban on Wednesday, March 16, 2022

Meanwhile, individuals who are not fully vaccinated must present a negative RT­PCR test or a negative COVID Antigen Test within seventy-two (72) hours of their arrival in Tacloban City.

All establishments, persons, and activities within the city are permitted to operate, work, or engage in activities at full on-site or venue/seating capacity, provided that they comply with minimum public health standards. 

Face-to-face classes for basic education must obtain prior approval from the President's Office.

Apart from the mandatory Tacloban City SCAN QR Code system, all business establishments shall require customers, clients, and patrons to present their vaccination cards upon entry.

This Executive Order is effective as of March 16, 2022, and will remain in effect until repealed or amended by another executive order.

The IATF has placed Tacloban City on COVID-19 Alert Level 1 from March 16 to March 31. —Tacloban News Update

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