Cemeteries closed for All Saints’ Day and All Souls’ Day 2021
Indoor recreational facilities are now allowed to reopen for the first time since the lockdown!
Go to ‘PaBakunaTa.com’ for your kids’ online registration for vaccination!
Palawan allows returning residents, tourists
Good news, CALABARZON recorded a drop in COVID-19 cases!
Baguio City already inoculated 50% of its eligible population.
Clark allows outdoor activities in its parks and public spaces.
The city needs to fully vaccinate 201,000 to achieve herd immunity.
The granular lockdown continues in Metro Manila.
Teens can now pre-register for the COVID-19 vaccine.
In Pampanga, 26% of Angeles City’s population has been fully vaccinated.
This digital vaccine certificate system will be available to the general public at a later time.
Cause of anxiety—getting to leave Boracay.
Twin Lakes has safety measures in place so you can shop at ease!
…although with some travel conditions.
From September 1 to 7, several towns and cities in Ilocos Norte will remain under localized ECQ.
Here’s how to keep your holiday spirit alive under the new normal.
Puerto Princesa, Palawan is not accepting tourists yet.
Bacolod City launched the 2nd 'VAX-i' bus.
43.17% of NCR’s population has been fully vaccinated.
Here’s what you can do to protect your kids from the COVID-19!
The order took effect last August 18.
Palawan is on MGCQ lockdown status until August 31.
Take note, it’s only limited to fully vaccinated peeps with contracts or confirmed flights abroad.
The majority of this age group in the city have been registered for possible vax rollout.
11 Cebu LGUs are placed under MECQ, while Bohol borders are closed for inbound sea and air travel.
Tagaytay is on MECQ ‘til Aug. 15; Batangas is on GCQ with heightened restrictions ‘til Aug. 31.
Under this alert level, the risk for COVID-19 is at a moderate to a critical level.
It aims to ensure that health protocols are part of the establishment’s operating culture.
The province of Aklan is under MECQ until August 15, while Iloilo remains under ECQ.
Returning Ilocos Norte residents are temporarily banned from entering until ECQ is lifted.
Four cases of Delta variant detected in Pampanga as of July 31.
Check out these safety tips before you go!
Bacolod will remain under GCQ with heightened restrictions from August 1 to 15!
Remember that the COVID-19 vaccine is still the best prevention from any of its versions!
The vaccination program aims to revive the local tourism industry.
Good news! The COVID-19 situation in Palawan has de-escalated!
Subic Freeport accepts vaccination cards instead of negative COVID-19 test results.
Fully vaccinated tourists are still required to undergo COVID-19 testing.
The swab test for fully vaccinated travelers is still implemented in Bohol.
Expect strict point-to-point border protocols on screening.
All arrivals should still present an RT-PCR test—vaccinated or not.
Iloilo City will remain under MECQ until July 15, while Aklan is under GCQ until July 31.
Baguio City drops rules for fully vaccinated individuals!
Updated: Tourists are still required to undergo COVID-19 testing when traveling.
The project supports local farmers and fishermen!
Bacolod City is under GCQ until July 30.
Travel bans to seven countries are extended!
These side effects usually temporary and should go away in a few days.
It’s best to check their store hours before you go shopping.
Palawan is in a state of calamity due to an increase in COVID-19 cases.
Have you been vaccinated? Here’s some good news!
The city will remain under modified enhance community quarantine status until June 30!
Tagaytay and Batangas will remain under GCQ until the end of June.
Amidst COVID-19, shopping malls remain open.
The sea travel suspension between Panay Island and Negros Occidental has been lifted.
NCR Plus remains under general community quarantine status
Know what’s happening in Palawan this week!
Bacolod City government to release the second dose at SMX.
It has a picturesque view of the Cebu highlands!
Some of the participants are Jollibee, Goldilocks, SM Supermalls, etc.
It has glamping areas perfect for relaxation!
Spacious enough to ensure proper physical distancing!
Quarantine updates in Cebu and Bohol this week!
Major tourist spots in Tagaytay to reopen under the GCQ status!
Pasay City modifies GCQ rules, Makati resumes number coding scheme, and more travel updates this week!
Check out this outdoor dining option!
Here are the do’s and dont’s!
Quarantine and travel updates in Boracay and Iloilo this week!
To accelerate inoculation against COVID-19!
See what’s happening in Subic and Clark this week!
Beach view? Yes, please!
Here are the travel requirements when you visit the province.
Heads up, travelers! Latest travel news for you!
With Batangas under GCQ, leisure travel is not allowed.
Bacolod and Negros Occidental remain under MGCQ until May 31.
Transportation schemes in Baguio under the GQ are laid out.
Metro Manila cities introduce more efforts as part of their COVID-19 response.
The old terminal in Clark can accommodate 10,000 patients for vaccination.
Palawan remains under MGCQ until May 14.
Bacolod has begun vaccinating senior citizens.
Community pantries across the metro are popping up.
Ilonggos can now sign up for the vaccine in three malls in Iloilo!
The Palawan community comes together to help each other!
Take these preventive actions to keep your loved ones protected.
Read on to see vaccination efforts in Clark.
Vaccinations of senior citizens in Cebu City are underway.
Batangas and Tagaytay are under MECQ until the end of the month.
The MECQ status of Metro Manila will end on April 30.
Read on to see how you can register for the vaccine.
Check out these tips on how to take care of a COVID-19 patient at home.
Here are some vaccination updates on the entire Ilocos region.
Some parts of Boracay are under lockdown, while Iloilo City considers a stricter quarantine.
Skip the supermarket line and opt for online shopping instead!
Subic opens a new quarantine facility.
Registration for the COVID-19 vaccine in Baguio is still ongoing!
Bacolodnons, here's your guide on how to register for the COVID-19 vaccine!
Need to get tested for COVID-19? Here’s where you can get a saliva test!
Senior citizens are under the priority group for COVID-19 vaccination.
Bacolod limits mass gatherings and other events.
Baguio imposes stricter safety protocols.
The ECQ was extended in Metro Manila.
Want to get vaccinated? Read on for the vaccine registration updates.
Online registration for those with comorbidities are open.
Clark has a new drive-through COVID-19 testing facility!
Palawan is still under modified general community quarantine for April.
Bacolod retains it MGCQ status for April.
Guide to Online Registration for COVID-19 Vaccines in Metro Manila
Tagaytay began vaccinating health workers on March 10.
Subic is ready for its vaccination program to launch!
Churches in Cebu and Bohol adjust Holy Week celebrations amid the pandemic.
Metro Manila and nearby provinces see stricter quarantine protocols as infections rise.
Tourism workers in Boracay are seen as a priority group for vaccination.
Saliva tests in Subic can be availed at the PRC-SBMA COVID-19 Testing Center.
In case you missed it, Red Cross Bacolod offers saliva tests to detect COVID-19!
FYI, face shields are now required in Baguio.
Boracay authorities recommend the use of allow saliva tests for tourists.
Here’s how and where to get a saliva test in the metro.
Baguio now has a face shield ordinance.
You can now visit Ilocos Norte—as long as you follow these protocols!
Yes, Puerto Princesa City is now accepting tourists as well!
Quarantine protocols for arriving travelers were eased in Bacolod.
It’s been a year since the country went into lockdown!
Palawan travel guidelines will still require COVID-19 testing.
A negative COVID-19 test result remains a Bacolod travel protocol.
Before planning a trip to your favorite travel destinations, read this guide!
Read on to see where the saliva testing site in Batangas is!
Read on to see how Iloilo continues to fight the COVID-19 pandemic.
Under the new COVID-19 travel protocols, passengers will be tested on the sixth day of quarantine!
Cebu officials decline another lockdown despite a rise in cases.
Batangas’s governor clarifies that the province has funds for a vaccination program.
Intramuros is now open! For more Metro Manila updates, read on.
See updates on the vaccination program in Bacolod.
A cheaper COVID-19 test is being pushed in Boracay.
Age restrictions in Subic are imposed again.
Palawan’s also preparing for the vaccines.
Check out this week’s roundup of quarantine updates!
The first batch of COVID-19 vaccines are expected to arrive this week.
Cebu City is ready to get vaccines by the end of February.
In a bid to keep its staff protected, the corporation made plans to procure doses.
Honda Bay, one of Palawan’s tourist attractions, is gearing up for tourism.
Negros Occidental remains closed to tourists.
Most cities in Metro Manila have registered 10,000 COVID-19 cases.
Check this out to see the latest COVID-19 updates in Tagaytay!
Here are a few COVID-19 updates in Boracay you should note.
Planning a trip to Subic? Take note of these rules before you go.
An earlier curfew is proposed in Cebu City.
Read on for local news in Southern Luzon!
Some Metro Manila cities tie up and merge contact tracing apps.
Boracay environmental fees will increase starting February.
Here are the travel guidelines for island locals who want to visit Sipalay City.
Read on to see this week’s COVID-19 updates in Bacolod City and beyond.
Baguio signs a deal with Astrazeneca to obtain 190,000 vaccines.
Various Metro Manila cities are securing vaccines for their constituents.
The curfew in Bacolod City reverts back to 11PM to 4AM.
Make sure to be informed about COVID-19 vaccines you might be getting!
Read on to see the steps and requirements to enter the island.
Amid news of a new COVID-19 strain, Cebu City isn’t letting its guard down.
Metro Manila is still under GCQ for the first month of 2021.
Local tourists can once again visit this tropical paradise!
A campaign against using firecrackers this New Year is ongoing in Puerto Princesa.
In Bacolod, only people in the same household can conduct Christmas celebrations.
Read on to see this week’s quarantine updates!
Curfew hours in several Metro Manila cities are adjusted for simbang gabi.
FYI: simbang gabi hours in Palawan are adjusted.
Bacolod sees a shorter curfew to allow simbang gabi.
Baguio and Ilocos are preparing for Christmas!
Cebu is under MGCQ for the whole month of December!
Batangas is under GCQ until the end of December.
Metro Manila prepares for the holiday season amid the pandemic.
A guide to the documents you’d need for travels during the quarantine
Puerto Princesa, Palawan is the third most liveable city in the country!
Curfew hours in Iloilo for minors to be extended.
Contact tracing app Traze will be required at Clark International Airport starting November 28!
Bacolod requires businesses to use its new contact tracing system.
Want to help typhoon victims? See the brands that help you do so!
In Baguio, residents over 65 years old are required to stay at home until November 27.
Holiday shopping for mom and dad? Check out these gift ideas!
Local tourism in Palawan will be promoted through a caravan!
Bacolod sees more villages that have zero COVID-19 cases!
The new terminal in Clark International Airport has been completed!
Amid the pandemic, Batangas vets are fighting African Swine Fever.
Iloilo launches a mental health program for Ilonggos!
Diving resorts in Batangas are now allowed to open!
Metro Manila is under general community quarantine until November 30.
Coron, Palawan reopens to local tourists!
Air travel restrictions are eased in Iloilo City!
See the safety measures in place in Central Luzon the week before Undas.
Metro Manila is gearing up for Undas with strict health protocols.
Bacolod residents with respiratory symptoms can get free swab tests.
Baguio and other parts of Northern Luzon are now open for tourists!
Manila implements an anti-noise ordinance.
Palawan is seeing a rise in cases.
Ilocos Norte opens for tourism with strict safety guidelines!
The speed of Metro Manila’s MRT trains is now faster by 10kph!
This Week, Cebu sees more developments to help curb the spread of COVID-19.
Read on for the latest quarantine updates in Southern Luzon!
A penal facility in Palawan is under lockdown.
Iloilo City is under MECQ for two weeks, while Boracay is set to welcome more tourists by October 1.
As Subic reopens for tourism, safety protocols are implemented.
Greenhills now has jogging and biking lanes. Read on for more quarantine updates.
Free public transportation was launched in Bacolod City for frontliners.
Baguio and Ilocos plan to reopen to tourists. Read on for more quarantine updates.
Metro Manila cemeteries will be closed during Undas!
Palawan towns are eyeing targeted lockdowns.
With Bacolod City under MECQ, the home quarantine pass system is implemented.
Up in Northern Luzon, Baguio and Ilocos plan to reopen soon.
Face shields are now required in public places in Mandaluyong as part of its safety protocols.
See what high-risk activity to avoid!
The entire island of Cebu is under MGCQ, but actions against COVID-19 continue.
Good news amid the pandemic: two Palawan resorts are nominated for awards!
All the latest news in Boracay and Iloilo are here!
The Lagusnilad Underpass is now open. Read on for more Metro Manila updates!
Central Luzon has surpassed 4,000 COVID-19 cases in late August.
Baguio’s best strawberry shortcake is now available in Metro Manila!
Bacolod is placed under MGCQ until the end of the month.
Transportation news dominate this week’s roundup!
See eight centers and hospitals in Metro Manila that offer various COVID-19 tests.
Bacolod enforces a longer curfew and suspends the Hatid Tulong program.
Baguio mulls reopening tourism in September—depending on the country’s status.
The MECQ in Metro Manila is expected to end on the 18th.
With quarantine measures eased, several establishments and businesses are now allowed to reopen.
Get your weekly roundup of quarantine updates and health news!
The liquor ban and longer curfews are back in some Metro Manila cities.
Spectacular views await you in this resort and spa!
Boracay shortens its curfew hours, while Iloilo closes its borders to Bacolod.
Subic strictly implements its protocols after recording first COVID-19 cases.
Bike racks are now installed in select train stations all over Metro Manila!
Check out 10 health and wellness shops to choose from!
In case you missed it, Bacolod is still under MGCQ until July 31.
Here are the latest quarantine updates in Baguio City!
See the latest COVID-19 updates in Metro Manila.
Palawan is under modified general community quarantine until July 31.
Bacolod's airport is limited to only 150 passengers a day.
Baguio is still closed to tourists, while Ilocos Norte hotels have begun reopening.
Metro Manila remains under general community quarantine until July 31.
Returning residents have to undergo quarantine. Here are 33 hotels where they can do so in comfort.
What's more: in addition to ube jam, you can also order other goodies!
These are the safety protocols being implemented in Boracay hotels.
Cebu City is still under ECQ, while the province is now under MGCQ.
As COVID-19 cases rise in the Philippines, Metro Manila sees new adjustments.
Batangas sees new guidelines under the modified general quarantine.
Get your home gym equipment safely through these stores!
Travels to Metro Manila and other high-risk areas banned in Agutaya, Palawan
Looking for updates in Boracay and Iloilo? Get them here.
Pampanga and Subic are under modified general community quarantine, along with others.
Metro Manila remains under general community quarantine until July 15.
A Bacolod hospital now offers rapid antibody testing!
Up North, Baguio enforces more guidelines and safety measures against the pandemic.
More modes of transportation are now available in Metro Manila.
Bookmark these dining spots for when you can finally eat out again!
Palawan remains under modified general community quarantine until June 30.
Solo drivers in Metro Manila and other GCQ areas can now drive without face masks!
Bikes are becoming popular modes of transportation!
Local travelers can now enjoy Coron once again!
Go island hopping, cliff diving, and more in these Batangas attractions!
Religious activities are now allowed in Cebu!
Thinking of traveling after the quarantine? Check out these popular attractions!
With quarantine rules eased, more activities can now be done in Bacolod.
Get the latest quarantine updates in Boracay for this week.
Make up for your lost summer by visiting the province’s tourist attractions.
Thinking of going to Baguio after the quarantine?
Longing to catch the sunset from a good viewpoint? Check out these spots!
There is now a PCR-based lab in Bacolod!
Get this week’s updates on how Northern Luzon adjusts to a new normal.
Some parts of Metro Manila were placed under tight quarantine.
The pandemic has hit Cebu. This is how.
They’re still closed, but these Tagaytay hotels are preparing for the new normal already!
From space to art, these educational apps can teach your kid a variety of things!
Bacolod residents turn to a creative trade system to get their wants and needs!
This is the second week of the modified enhanced community quarantine in Metro Manila.
See how MCIA in Cebu will make sure that its travelers are safe from COVID-19.
See the changes in place in Batangas after the enhanced community quarantine.
People in Boracay are slowly adapting to the ‘new normal’.
Subic is gearing up to offer mass testing.
Get the latest quarantine and health news in Cebu here.
What to expect in Metro Manila on the first week of the modified enhanced community quarantine
These no-contact COVID-19 testing booths make it safer for frontliners to collect specimen.
The effects of COVID-19 have been felt by this popular attraction.
Dining in restaurants is still prohibited.
Ilocos Norte and Sur are ensuring that their fight against COVID-19 is won.
Get the latest roundup of COVID-19 updates in Bacolod here.
Some areas in Central Luzon are still under the ECQ.
Some areas of Metro Manila have been placed under extreme ECQ.
Here are the guidelines for private and public vehicles.
This is how public markets in Batangas are kept safe from COVID-19.
The enhanced community quarantine has been lifted in Palawan since April 30.
Although Bacolod City is seen as a low-risk area, local authorities don't want to be complacent.
Benguet, including Baguio City, is still under enhanced community quarantine.
Don't know much about the virus? These educational videos can help you know what you need!
The general community quarantine has fundamental differences from the enhanced version.
Aside from COVID-19 suspected cases, these hospitals can still treat non-coronavirus health issues.
The latest Bacolod updates are here!
Looking for COVID-19 updates in Metro Manila?
Ilocos Norte will remain on total lockdown during the ECQ.
Fitness should be a priority during the quarantine!
Taal Volcano erupted earlier this year.
Looking for updates on Boracay?
Because accurate information is a weapon against the COVID-19 pandemic
Sitio Zapatera in Cebu is placed under lockdown after 3 residents test positive for COVID-19.
Southern Luzon has new color-coded quarantine passes, a new anti-discrimination ordinance, and more.
Measures against COVID-19 are being enforced in the City of Love.
These facilities are the main battleground against COVID-19 in Central Luzon.
While there's no case of COVID-19 transmission through food, it still pays to be careful.
These food markets take your needs to you!
Baguio is enforcing various measures to ensure that the COVID-19 curve stays flat.
With the ECQ extended, these are the relevant updates in Palawan.
Various rules are being enforced to contain the spread of COVID-19.
Get quarantine updates on Subic, Clark, Zambales, and more.
The enhanced community quarantine has been extended to April 30!
You can still attend the Easter Sunday Mass at home!
Palawan braces for the expected rise in COVID-19 cases.
Grocery shopping in Batangas can be done at home!
Twelve towns in Palawan are under a state of calamity.
New week, new updates. Read on for another set of COVID-19 news in Bacolod.
Read on for a roundup of news in Benguet and in Northern Luzon.
These markets and grocery stores are still open!
What you need to know about the situation in Batangas.
The enhanced community quarantine in Bacolod starts on March 30.
Boracay is once again closed to the public due to the community quarantine.
These Bacolod malls have made adjustments in light of the community quarantine.
The entire province is now under enhanced community quarantine.
Like most provinces in the Philippines, Boracay is also on quarantine.
Cebu has implemented various guidelines to ensure the safety of Cebuanos.
Heads up, Bacolodnons! These are the latest updates on the city’s actions against COVID-19.