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Tuguegarao City extends ECQ anew

By: - Correspondent / @VillVisayaJrINQ
/ 06:52 PM August 30, 2021
Tuguegarao City extends ECQ anew

FILE PHOTO: A senior citizen gets vaccinated against COVID-19 inside a mall in Tuguegarao City. (Photo by Villamor Visaya Jr.)

TUGUEGARAO CITY The city will again remain under enhanced community quarantine (ECQ), the most restrictive form of quarantine, until September 5 due to a continuous surge in COVID-19 cases, authorities said.

According to the regional inter-agency task force, it approved the extension as recommended by the city government and other sectors. The city’s ECQ status was supposed to be lifted on Monday, August 30.

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Data showed that the number of active COVID-19 cases in the city has already reached 1,407 with the addition of 81 new cases on Sunday.

Since last year, Tuguegarao has registered 11,086 COVID-19 cases and 264 deaths. INQ

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