Baguio released updated GCQ guidelines
Baguio City Mayor Benjamin Magalong announced that the Cordillera Administrative Region including Baguio City will be reverting back to GCQ or general community quarantine starting February 1 to February 28, 2021. Below are the following guidelines that shall be applied during the given period of time:
1. People within Baguio City must always wear face masks and have their face shields on hand at all times, especially when leaving their residences. Strict social distancing of at least one (1) meter radius must also be observed at all times.
2. All persons below the age of fifteen (15) and over the age of sixty-five (65) shall stay in their residences, except when:
• Availing essential goods and services
• Working in permitted industries
• Seeking medical attention or consultation
• Participating in permitted activities
Minors below 15 years old must be accompanied by a parent or guardian at all times. They shall not be allowed to enter enclosed crowd spaces such as groceries, markets, supermarkets, and cinemas
3. A general curfew from 10:00 PM to 4:00 AM shall be imposed in the city except in the following places:
• grocery stores
• other retail establishments for medicine, food, and other essential commodities
4. There shall be a temporary ban on the sale and consumption of alcoholic beverages and liquor from 8:00 PM to 10:00 AM.
To get the complete list of guidelines, visit Baguio City Guide’s official website or Facebook page. 
La Trinidad lays out GCQ Guidelines
La Trinidad, Benguet is also under GCQ And has also released updated quarantine guidelines that must be followed:
1. People coming from other areas must observe a 14-day quarantine.
2. Residents are encouraged to stay at home and may leave when buying essential goods.. Physical distancing must always be observed.
3. Face masks must be used at all times.
4. Regular hand washing must also be observed.
5. All establishments must obey guidelines on sanitation, disinfecting, physical distancing, and have disinfectants readily available for public use at the entrance and exit.
6. A non-smoking ordinance and “no spitting of momma” policy will be strictly enforced in public places.
7. Sale of liquor for home consumption will be allowed for a 45-day period to be reckoned from January 8, 2021. If cases will rise due to alcohol consumption, the municipality shall revert to a total liquor ban.
8. Curfew hours in La Trinidad will be from 8:00 PM to 6:00 AM.
To get the complete list of GCQ Guidelines in La Trinidad, visit Baguio City Guide’s official website or Facebook page.