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BUTUAN CITY – The use of color-coded quarantine pass is one of the guidelines embodied on Executive Order No. 36 or extending modified general community quarantine and placing the 33 barangays under modified enhanced community quarantine.

According to the spokesperson of Butuan City PIO May Diez, the Regional Task Force COVID-19 One Shield Caraga approved the mayor’s appeal to implement modified enhanced community quarantine in 33 barangays starting June 18 to July 3, 2020. Among those barangays are BARANGAY AGAO, AGUSAN PEQUENO, AMBAGO, BAAN KM 3, BAAN RIVERSIDE, BADING, BAYANIHAN, BUHANGIN, DAGOHOY, DIEGO SILANG, DOONGAN, DUMALAGAN, FORT POYOHON, GOLDEN RIBBON, HOLY REDEEMER, HUMABON, IMADEJAS, JP RIZAL, LAPU-LAPU, LEON KILAT, LIBERTAD, LIMAHA, NEW SOCIETY VILLAGE, OBRERO, ONG YUI, RAJAH SOLIMAN, SAN IGNACIO, SAN VICENTE, SIKATUNA, SILONGAN, TANDANG SORA, URDUJA, and VILLA KANANGGA.

These barangays were selected to be under MECQ for having the most movement of people and tagged as the urban barangay, and highly dense with also have related COVID-19 cases.

Diez further said that all residents in the city, whether under MGCQ or MECQ should use the quarantine pass when going out, such as to buy food, medicine, and other needs. This was after observing many people are staying out when the MGCQ was declared.

Meanwhile, workers can go out on any day as long as they have a worker’s pass and company ID.

The operation of business establishments will not be affected if they will follow the health guidelines.

Liquor ban is again implemented in the whole city because many violated the physical distancing when they lifted the ban. Therefore, selling and buying alcoholic beverages is again prohibited.

There is no number-coding for tricycles therefore, all tricycle drivers may operate. However, this will not be the case for the PUJs and PUVs where there are guidelines from the LTFRB that they need to follow.

Curfew hours remain from 10 PM until 4 AM.

Quarantine Control Points are also back in place to monitor the movement of people.

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