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Pasay City places 33 villages, business establishments under 14-day lockdown

By: - Reporter / @ConsINQ
/ 02:46 PM February 20, 2021

List of Barangays in Pasay and their active cases, as of Feb. 18, 2021. /Pasay PIO

MANILA, Philippines — Thirty-three barangays (villages) and at least one business establishment in Pasay City were placed under a strict lockdown for 14 days following a rise in coronavirus disease cases in the past several months, city government said Saturday.

“At least 33 barangays and one business establishment were also already locked down for 14 days starting yesterday (Feb. 19) due to the spike in the number of Covid cases,” the Pasay Public Information Office said in a statement.

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The Pasay City Epidemiology and Surveillance Unit has recorded 15 new cases per day from October 2020 to February 2021 and 14 new cases per day from January 2021 to February 18, 2021.

The Pasay City Health Office also reported 269 active cases on Feb. 18, 2021.

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The city government said barangays with three or more active cases will be placed under lockdown.

These are the villages with active cases as of city health records on Feb. 18:

Barangay 28 – 3
Barangay 29 – 3
Barangay 32 – 5
Barangay 40- 5
Barangay 57 – 9
Barangay 58 – 3
Barangay 66 -7
Barangay 68 – 5
Barangay 71 – 7
Barangay 76 – 6
Barangay 81 – 5
Barangay 95 – 4
Barangay 98 – 3
Barangay 100 – 4
Barangay 107 -10
Barangay 109 – 3
Barangay 118 – 16
Barangay 122 – 3
Barangay 132 – 4
Barangay 135 – 8
Barangay 136 – 8
Barangay 143 – 4
Barangay 155 – 5
Barangay 156 – 3
Barangay 159 – 4
Barangay 162 – 3
Barangay 175 – 6
Barangay 177 -9
Barangay 178 -3
Barangay 183 – 29
Barangay 190 – 3
Barangay 192 – 3
Barangay 201 – 5

The Pasay City government, however, did not mention what specific business establishments were placed on lockdown due to the virus surge.

The Philippine National Police, barangay officials, Pasay City Environment and Natural Resources Office, the Tricycle-Pedicab Franchising and Regulatory Office, and the Traffic and Parking Management Office will enforce health rules in the barangays under lockdown, the Pasay City government said.

The Business Permits and Licensing Office (BPLO) inspection teams will also inspect the health compliance of establishments, the local government added.

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