, numerous establishments were caught violating minimum health standards under the general community quarantine
(GCQ) and were forced to close. Meanwhile, the Bacolod City Government requires all business establishments and government offices to use the BaCTrac application to strengthen contact tracing efforts. In terms of travel, inbound travel of returning locals to Cadiz City was suspended until the end of the month.
Travel News: RIATF postpones LSI travel to Cadiz
As a way to decontaminate quarantine facilities, the Regional Inter-Agency Task Force (RIATF) postponed the inbound travel of locally stranded individuals (LSIs) to Cadiz City until November 30, 2020. The order came after the government of Cadiz appealed to the RIATF to give them enough time to prepare their quarantine facilities before the arrival of the new batch of LSIs .
Erring water parks and resorts in Bacolod closed
After violating safety protocols, some water parks and beach resorts in the city were forced to shut down. One of the latest to be closed was Caribbean Water Park and Resortel which received reports of multiple violations and lacking a business permit to operate under GCQ. The Emergency Operations Center-Task Force (EOC-TF) conducted an ocular inspection and found out children below 15 years old were in the resort and adults were also consuming alcoholic drinks. Beach resorts in Barangay Punta Taytay were also shut down due to violations of health standards and quarantine protocols .