'Point-to-point' air travel for leisure purposes is now being regulated by the government as Metro Manila residents itch for a vacation and the tourism industry continues to bleed from the pandemic.
The daily average number of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) cases in Metro Manila is now down to 1,900, OCTA Research fellow Dr. Guido David said on Tuesday, May 11. READ:
BREAKING: Sources confirm to ABS-CBN News that the IATF recommended the implementation of ECQ (Enhanced Community Quarantine) in the NCR plus bubble (Metro Manila, Cavite, Laguna, Bulacan, Rizal) from March 28 to April 4. | via @jeffcanoy
Typhoon Ulysses continue to bring fierce winds and rain in Metro Manila. Power outages have also been reported due to the typhoon. Here are emergency hotlines from various offices to take note of in case of emergency. 📷 PIA-NCR #UlyssesPH
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.
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