Iloilo City has resumed its economic activities after the province was placed under MGCQ . In keeping with this downgrade, Executive Order (EO) No. 086 was released. The EO contains MGCQ guidelines and the lifting of the liquor ban. Despite liquor being allowed again, consumption of alcohol in establishments and selling of liquor after 5:00 PM are still prohibited. The 10:00 PM-to-4:00 AM curfew in Iloilo is also retained. The EO also sets a 50% operational capacity guideline in establishments, restaurants, hotels, entertainment hubs, sports facilities, resorts, and more. Also, classes may resume provided there is strict compliance with minimum health standards; the mass gathering of students is not yet allowed.
For transportation under the MGCQ, public utility jeepneys, buses, and taxis should follow the rules set by the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB), which are as follows:
• Drivers, conductors, and commuters must wear face masks inside the vehicles.
• Passengers must pay fares before they board the vehicles
• Thermal scanners in bus terminals must be used to check the temperature of both passengers and drivers.
• 50% passenger capacity, disinfection of vehicles, and installation of materials to separate passengers in vehicles should be prioritized by drivers.