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2 Caloocan subdivisions locked down

/ 05:14 AM March 23, 2021

Two subdivisions in northern Caloocan City were placed on extreme lockdown for two weeks after several active cases were reported, Mayor Oscar Malapitan said on Monday. Locked down starting Monday were Kingstown 2 and Queensville subdivisions, both in Barangay 171 Bagumbong. Both subdivisions are currently under disinfection. Residents have been subjected to swab tests. The city has 1,005 active cases as of March 21. —Krixia Subingsubing

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