Tagaytay City is and will always be a key tourist attraction. Whether you want to go on a road trip, beat the summer heat, or simply just take a break from your hectic schedule, Tagaytay truly is one of the best places to visit.
Now that restrictions have eased and summer is just around the corner, tourist attractions in Tagaytay
will most likely be flocked by tourists and locals again. If you’re one of the many people who are planning to visit the place, it is important to know the status of COVID-19 cases in Tagaytay
, travel requirements, and travel guidelines to help you plan your trip smoothly and hassle-free. So to know more about the COVID-19 cases in Tagaytay
and other related updates, read on.
COVID-19 Cases Update in Tagaytay
As of January 25, 2021, there have been a total of 231 confirmed cases and 9 active cases recorded in Tagaytay. One new case of death and one new case of recovery have also been recorded. It was also observed that since the city steadily increased its numbers of tourists over the past weeks, the number of cases increased as well, though at a manageable rate.
This led the authorities to reinstate a guideline they have implemented in the past. Effective February 1, 2021, establishments including restaurants, hotels, theme and amusement parks, souvenir shops, and pasalubong centers will have to be closed every Monday for disinfection purposes.
Travel Guidelines of Tagaytay
Below is a set of requirements and guidelines that all tourists must comply with in order to enjoy Tagaytay’s calming scenery once more:
1. A travel authority pass including a medical certificate coming from the municipal/city health office (for all residents and tourists coming from GCQ, MECQ, and ECQ areas) should be presented.
2. Guests must wear face masks and shields when going to tourist sites and public establishments in the city.
3. Everyone must observe social distancing and regular hand sanitizing.
4. A strict “no face mask and face shield, no ride” policy is implemented in all public transports.
5. Hotels and accommodations in Tagaytay must comply with the MGCQ guidelines and are only allowed to operate up to 50% capacity. They must also be DOT-accredited.
6. Some dining establishments in Tagaytay offer dine-in services. Both customers and employees must comply with health protocols such as wearing face masks and shields, social distancing, and proper hand sanitation.
Tagaytay is always a no-fail option when plotting your itinerary for your 2021 road trip. Just be sure to properly comply with the city’s guidelines, and your trip will be as fun, exciting, and relaxing as before. Stay safe and healthy!
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