Pampanga placed on ‘Medium Risk’ MGCQ

Pampanga province has been placed on ‘Medium Risk’ Modified General Community Quarantine (MGCQ) starting July 16 until July 31 as announced by Spokesperson Harry Roque on Wednesday.

Individuals with COVID-19 cases have spiked up to 190 as new cases were recorded in the City of San Fernando and Apalit and Minalin towns.118 have already recovered while 18 fatalities was reported by the Provincial Epidemiology and Surveillance Unit (PESU)

Recently, Pampanga Governor Dennis ‘Delta’ Pineda had implemented a seven-day lockdown in Barangay Sto Domingo of MInalin , Barangay Capalangan and Sitio Cauayan of Barangay Sulipan in Apalit town to control spread of disease and oversee contact tracing in the said barangays.

Alarmed with the swift spread of coronavirus disease, Pineda also orders filing cases on parents of children who were caught loitering in the streets during curfew hours.

“Yung curfew natin anduon padin, malinaw po ang sinasabi natin,Nasa quarantine parin po tayo, meron pa rin tayong sinusunod nae dad na ilalabas, I-aadvise ko ang PNP na kunin ang mga batang pakalat-kalat na walang kasamang magulang. Kakasuhan naming ang magulang dahil sa kapabayaan nila,” Pineda said.

Along with Pampanga, the provinces of Bataan, Bulacan, Nueva Ecija, Tarlac, Zambales and the Highly Urbanized City of Angeles have also been placed in ‘medium risk’ MGCQ.

Only the province of Aurora and Olongapo City in Central Luzon remain on the category of ‘Low Risk’ MGCQ.

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