Metro Manila, 47 other areas under COVID-19 Alert Level 1 from March 16-31
MANILA, Philippines — Metro Manila will remain under COVID-19 Alert Level 1 while more areas will be eased to the least restrictive status from March 16-31, Malacañang announced Tuesday.
Acting presidential spokespersons Martin Andanar said the Inter-Agency Task Force for the Management of Emerging Infectious Diseases has approved a total of 48 areas under alert level 1 starting Wednesday and that all other areas not enumerated below will stay under alert level 2 during the same period.
The 48 areas under alert level 1 are:
Cordillera Administrative Region
- Baguio City
- Dagupan City
- Ilocos Norte
- Ilocos Sur
- La Union
- City of Santiago
- Angeles City
- Nueva Ecija
- Olongapo City
- Lucena City
- Puerto Princesa City
- Naga City
- Bacolod City
- Iloilo City
- Cebu City
- Ormoc City
- Tacloban City
- Zamboanga City
- Cagayan de Oro City
- Davao City
- Butuan City
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