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Localized lockdown imposed on 22 more Pasay villages

By: - Reporter / @ConsINQ
/ 10:47 PM February 23, 2021

MANILA, Philippines — Twenty-two more villages in Pasay City were placed under a 14-day enhanced community quarantine, days after it locked down 33 villages and a transient home due to a surge in COVID-19 cases.

The city government previously announced 33 villages and a transient house were placed under a 14-day strict lockdown starting Feb. 19 due to a consistent record of a surge in active cases.

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

The city health office imposed strict lockdown after recording three or more active cases of COVID-19.

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In a statement, City’s Public Information Office said the following villages are under “Localized Enhanced Community Quarantine:”

Barangays:

28
29
32
40
57
58
66
68
71
76
81
95
98
100
107
109
118
122
132
135
136
143
155
156
159
162
175
177
178
183
190
192
201
171
7
8
14
20
26
36
51
59
65
74
90
96
99
110
111
116
131
161
188
193
194

To date, the city has 7,650 confirmed cases with 196 deaths, 7,059 recoveries, and 395 active cases.

READ: 4-month-old baby girl in Pasay sickened with COVID-19

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