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As a precautionary measure by the City of Baguio against the transmission of COVID-19, pursuant to Proclamation No. 922, dated 8 March 2020, and the Section 16 of the Local Government Code

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Economic Stimulus Package

2020 Baguio Revitalization Actions for a Vibrant Economy - Economic Stimulus Package (BRAVE-ESP)

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Baguio releases first batch of checks for MSMEs’ stimulus package

24 September 2020 – The city government of Baguio started releasing checks for the first batch of approved loans under the economic stimulus package for micro and small enterprises on Tuesday, 22 September 2020.

The city government launched the “Baguio’s Revitalization Actions for a Vibrant Economy-Economic Stimulus Package” (Brave-ESP), a loan facility to mitigate the crippling impact of quarantine measures on local businesses.

Baguio releases first batch of checks for MSMEs’ stimulus package

24 September 2020 – The city government of Baguio started releasing checks for the first batch of approved loans under the economic stimulus package for micro and small enterprises on Tuesday, 22 September 2020.

The city government launched the “Baguio’s Revitalization Actions for a Vibrant Economy-Economic Stimulus Package” (Brave-ESP), a loan facility to mitigate the crippling impact of quarantine measures on local businesses.

15 charged over COVID patient identity leak

September  25, 2020 – Fourteen persons and one company were charged for unlawfully disclosing private information of Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) patients on social media last July, Mayor Benjamin Magalong bared today.

City contends with COVID case spike

Sept. 25, 2020 - Mayor Benjamin Magalong said all Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) containment systems remain in effect to contend with the spike in cases as a result of sustained aggressive contact tracing and expanded testing activities.

Cases surged in the past week due to a number of clustering incidents and the conduct of an expanded testing program which benefitted more than 2,000 individuals from the different high risk sectors.

Mayor Reiterates Call For Parents Not To Risk Family’s Health Just To Go Out

September 24, 2020 – Mayor Benjamin Magalong reiterated his call for parents not to risk their family’s health for the sake of going out as a result of the relaxed quarantine rules.

The mayor was reacting to observations that children were allowed to cavort in parks and amusement centers without wearing protective gears and observing distancing despite being in the presence of their parents.

City to Implement Surveillance System for Truckers, Haulers

September  23, 2020 – The city government will soon implement a digital monitoring and surveillance system for logistics businesses including trucking and hauling companies as an added countermeasure against the Coronavirus disease (COVID-19).

Mayor Benjamin Magalong said the Transport Pre-Alert and Support System (T-PASS), a digital platform for registration and checkpoint system for cargoes, will answer the city’s need for a scheme to monitor and collect data on the logistics vehicles, persons and cargoes passing through the city’s checkpoints.

Six Major City Projects Funded by National Government to Begin Soon

September  22, 2020 – Six major city projects funded by the national government will soon break ground in the city following resolution of fund hitches caused by the Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) crisis.

Mayor Benjamin Magalong and City Administrator Bonifacio Dela Peña said the implementation of the following projects will start soon or upon downloading of the funds from the Dept. of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) within the next two weeks:

City prepares central business district for tourism opening

September 24, 2020 – The city government wants all business establishments within the central business district physically ready for the reopening of the tourism industry particularly in the implementation of health and safety protocols against the Coronavirus disease (COVID-19).

To ensure this, Mayor Benjamin Magalong said the city will require all establishments to employ corrective measures to rectify violations and deficiencies in their structures. 

Mayor reconsiders Liquor Ban imposition

22 September 2020 - Mayor Benjamin Magalong reconsidered the decision to reimpose liquor ban in the city supposed to take effect yesterday following findings that unbridled drinking sprees caused the two recent clustering of COVID-19 cases in the city.

Instead of the liquor sale and consumption prohibition, the mayor said the city through the barangays and law enforcement agencies will just intensify monitoring and policing of residents to ensure compliance with health protocols.

More back-up teams eyed to avoid wearing out contact tracers – Mayor

Sept. 17, 2020 – The city government wants to organize more back-up teams as reinforcement to prevent wearing out its contact tracers and maintain work quality in the contact tracing program being a vital tool in Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) control, Mayor Benjamin Magalong said.

The mayor said the city will train more individuals both paid and volunteers to form additional teams and provide relief to existing ones who have been working hard since the start of the pandemic.