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Local governments in Metro Manila are reintroducing curfew hours to curb the increase of COVID-19 cases.
Experts say the recent rise in cases show that “a surge is already underway.” Lately, the government has been easing travel restrictions and has allowed non-essential establishments like movie houses and game arcades to reopen. Some local government units (LGUs) are placing some barangays under lockdown.
On Thursday, March 11, Metropolitan Manila Development Authority Chairman Benhur Abalos Jr announced that Metro Manila mayors had agreed to impose uniform curfew hours for two weeks, from 10 pm to 5 am, starting Monday, March 15.
Here is a list of LGUs with the specific details of their curfews:
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