A checkpoint is in place at the Bulacan-Valenzuela border on Tuesday, August 4, 2020, as Metro Manila, Laguna, Cavite, Rizal and Bulacan are placed under a stricter modified enhanced community quarantine until August 18. Photos by Czar Dancel/Rappler
STAY HOME. A man stands in front of a wall graffiti in Makati City on August 4, 2020, as Metro Manila starts a 15-day modified enhanced community quarantine. Photo by Czar Dancel/Rappler GUIDELINES: What you need to know about MECQ from August 4 to 18
Traffic builds up as police officers check on vehicles and motorists crossing the Manila-Caloocan border checkpoint. Metro Manila reverts to modified enhanced community quarantine (MECQ) starting today, August 4, 2020. Photo by Czar Dancel/Rappler
LOOK: Stranded passengers of domestic flights since July camp inside NAIA T3. All domestic flights cancelled following implementation of MECQ in Metro Manila until August 18. (Photos taken 8:20 AM today, August 4.) | via @jacquemanabat #COVID19Quarantine
LOOK: Traffic flows freely along EDSA southbound approaching Cubao, Quezon City on the first day of the modified enhanced community quarantine (MECQ) in Metro Manila and adjacent provinces. | via @DemayoMark #COVID19Quarantine
METRO MANILA BACK UNDER MODIFIED ENHANCED COMMUNITY QUARANTINE. President Rodrigo Duterte places Metro Manila under MECQ. Modified enhanced community quarantine in National Capital Region, Bulacan, Laguna, and Rizal will take effect from Aug. 4 to 18.
Louder for the people in the back! 📣 Human rights lawyer @ChelDiokno slammed MMDA General Manager Jose Arturo Garcia’s statement blaming commuters who were stranded due to insufficient mass transportation when Metro Manila shifted to general community quarantine.
BREAKING: Metro Manila will be placed on lockdown from March 15 to April 14. No land, domestic air, and domestic sea travel to and from the capital region. #PresidentDuterte says an Executive Order will be issued on this. | via @rambotalabong
Land, domestic air, and domestic sea travel to and from Metro Manila shall be suspended beginning March 15, 2020 until April 14, 2020 subject to the daily review of the inter-agency task force, President Duterte says during his address on #COVID19 concerns