Public events are now allowed in Iloilo City at 50% capacity, as ordered by Mayor Jerry Treñas following the city’s updated quarantine
status under Alert Level 2.
Mayor Treñas recently issued Executive Order No. 137, series of 2021, after the Inter-Agency Task Force placed Iloilo City under Alert Level 2 classification for the whole month of November.
Under the latest EO, the following are allowed at 50% capacity:
● Meetings, Incentives, Conventions, and Exhibitions (MICE);
● Visitor or tourist attraction;
● Recreational venues;
● Cinemas and movie houses;
● Limited face-to-face for higher education and technical-vocational courses;
● Licensure or qualifying exams;
● Barbershops, hair spas, hair salons, nail spas, and those offering cosmetic services;
● Fitness studios, gyms, and venues for non-contact exercise (subject to DTI protocols);
● Film, music, and television production; and
Also, following the news on waiving face shield requirements, Iloilo has decided to scrap the use of such. Mayor Treñas clarified a news source that while the face shield mandate is still in effect, the Iloilo City government will not implement such while waiting for the city council to finalize the suspension of the ordinance officially. 
Meanwhile, Boracay Island and the province of Aklan are placed under Alert Level 2.
Tourists of all ages coming from places under MECQ and GCQ quarantine
status placed under Alert Level 4 can enter Boracay Island. Also allowed to enter are fully vaccinated individuals beyond 65 years old, fully vaccinated individual ages 12 years old and above, fully vaccinated individuals with comorbidities, fully vaccinated pregnant women, and children under 18 years as long as accompanied by an adult.