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294 areas in NCR under granular lockdown — PNP

/ 10:27 AM September 27, 2021

MANILA, Philippines — At least 294 areas in the National Capital Region are under granular lockdown, the Philippine National Police (PNP) said Monday.

The small-scale lockdowns, aimed to prevent the transmission of COVID-19 while opening the economy, were recorded in 151 barangays in 10 cities as of Sunday.

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Of these, there were 193 houses, 14 residential building floors, 39 entire residential buildings, 30 streets, and 18 subdivisions.

The PNP has deployed nearly 700 personnel and 933 force multipliers to enforce the lockdown in these areas.

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Metro Manila will be under general community quarantine with Alert Level 4 until September 30. Granular lockdowns are implemented in special areas of concern.

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