November 26, 2022

Mayor Benjamin Magalong issued on Feb. 8 Executive Order 10-A, outlining the maximum operational capacity of leisure, recreation, and tourism activities while the city is under general community quarantine until Feb. 28.
The EO provides that all leisure, recreation, and tourism-related industries, whether indoor or outdoor may cater to the public at a maximum of 75 percent operational capacity, but may be reduced to accommodate appropriate ventilation specifications and ensure adherence with the minimum public health standards.
The venues refer to park concessionaires, libraries, museums, art and cultural centers, galleries, cinemas, theaters, non-sports recreational center, and tourist attractions among other areas.
Provisions of EO 10, issued on Jan. 29 remain, such as food and beverage servicing and dine is allowed at 75 percent maximum seating capacity; for hotels, check-in guest accommodation is allowed with a maximum of 50 percent; eateries, gyms, eateries, salons, and personal care facilities are allowed up to 75 percent; and events, functions, social gatherings and allowed similar activities are capped at 30 percent capacity. 
Observance of the minimum health protocols such as wearing of face masks and shields and physical distancing was also reiterated.  
The EO is effective until March 1 or until the GCQ status of the city is lifted or modified by the Inter-Agency Task Force Management of Emerging Infectious Diseases. – Julie G. Fianza