DAVAO

Davao City curfew

DAVAO. A police officer keeps watch of the streets of Davao City to ensure that except for essential workers, no one else is going out of their homes during curfew. On July 15, the Inter-agency Task Force for the management for Emerging Infectious Diseases is expected to announce if Davao City will be placed under a general community quarantine (GCQ) again or if it will continue to be under a modified GCQ. (Macky Lim)

DAVAO. A police officer keeps watch of the streets of Davao City to ensure that except for essential workers, no one else is going out of their homes during curfew. On July 15, the Inter-agency Task Force for the management for Emerging Infectious Diseases is expected to announce if Davao City will be placed under a general community quarantine (GCQ) again or if it will continue to be under a modified GCQ. (Macky Lim)


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