THE Covid-19 alert level status in the whole of Central Luzon will remain under Level 1 until the end of the month.
This was announced by the Inter-Agency Task Force on Sunday evening, noting that the seven provinces and two highly urbanized cities will be under the lowest alert level yet from April 16 to 31, 2022.
Under Alert Level 1, intrazonal and interzonal travel will be allowed without regard to age and comorbidities.
All establishments, persons, or activities are allowed to operate, work, or be undertaken at full on-site or venue/seating capacity provided it is consistent with minimum public health standards.
Based on the data from the Department of Health, as of April 16, the number of active cases in the region was 1,881.
The region logged only 31 new cases on the said day, bringing the total number of confirmed Covid-19 cases to 361,478.
As of May 15, Department of Health data showed that the number of active Covid-19 cases in Central Luzon are only 257.
The said number is part of the total 361,976 confirmed Covid-19 cases in the region recorded since the start of pandemic.
May 16, 2022
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