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For non-residents who wish to come and visit Baguio for leisure purposes, please register to our Visitor Information and Travel Assistance (VISITA)

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Covid-19 Monitoring

City of Baguio real-time monitoring of Covid-19 Cases.

Covid-19 Hotlines

Telephone:(074) 442-1900, (074) 442-1905, (074) 661-1455

Cellular: Globe(0927) 628-0498, Smart(0999) 678-4335

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

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Baguio in my pocket is a collection of applications that aims to promote an e-government ecosystem of hands-free transactions, citizen data management, contact tracing and other essential services for the people of Baguio City.

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BAGUIO COVID-19 VACCINATION MASTERLISTING



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Latest News and Events

BAGUIO TO SET UP MORE VACCINATION SITES TO ADDRESS INFLUX OF VACCINEES, VACCINES

May 28, 2021 – The city government plans to set up more vaccination sites to address the influx of vaccinees with the expected arrival of more vaccines in the coming months.

Mayor Benjamin Magalong said the city will partner with the private sector for assistance in the manpower, venue and logistical requirements.

The City Health Services Office under Dr. Rowena Galpo noted a surge in the demand for vaccines in the past weeks based on the number of people flocking to the city’s four vaccination sites.

BAGUIO TO SET UP MORE VACCINATION SITES TO ADDRESS INFLUX OF VACCINEES, VACCINES

May 28, 2021 – The city government plans to set up more vaccination sites to address the influx of vaccinees with the expected arrival of more vaccines in the coming months.

Mayor Benjamin Magalong said the city will partner with the private sector for assistance in the manpower, venue and logistical requirements.

The City Health Services Office under Dr. Rowena Galpo noted a surge in the demand for vaccines in the past weeks based on the number of people flocking to the city’s four vaccination sites.

CITY REFINES VACCINATION PROCESS

May 28, 2021 – The city government is working to improve the Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) vaccination process to address the problems that had cropped up since its rollout last February.

At the same time, Mayor Benjamin Magalong ordered the adoption of contingency plans to ensure smooth and convenient vaccination schedules and process during the rainy season.

BAGUIO’S COVID-19 TRANSMISSION DECREASING BUT STILL ON HIGH LEVEL

May 27, 2021 – Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) transmission in the city has decreased but remained on a high level.

The City Health Services Office under Dr. Rowena Galpo said there was sufficient evidence of reduced transmission because in the past 14 days until May 26, the city’s time-varying reproduction number (Rt) or the average number of secondary cases a COVID-29 patient would infect, had been less than 1, the threshold number.

NO BARANGAY IN BAGUIO SPARED FROM COVID-19

May 26, 2021 - No barangay in Baguio City had been spared from Coronavirus disease (COVID-9) affliction.

City Epidemiology Surveillance Unit (CESU) Head Dr. Donnabel Panes, in her situational report during the COVID-19 response planning session last May 21, said all of the city's 128 barangays have recorded cases in the course of the pandemic.

BAGUIO CONTENDS WITH HIGH COVID-19 FATALITY RATE

May 26, 2021 - Baguio City continues to contend with high incidence of death among its Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) patients.

Mayor Benjamin Magalong called anew on residents to seek early medical attention at the first signs of COVID-19 infection and not to wait for symptoms to become severe before seeking consult.

He said early consult would facilitate early detection and medical intervention and would prevent progression into severe stage and even death.

CITY, SECTORS PLAN STRATEGIES TO IMPROVE COMPLIANCE WITH HEALTH PROTOCOLS

May 26, 2021 – The city government convened last May 21 various organizations from both the government and private sectors to plan the city’s next strategies to improve the people’s compliance with the minimum public health and safety standards (MPHS) to enhance the city’s Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) response.

IBALOY DAY COMMITTEES, FORMED

BAGUIO CITY – Mayor Benjamin Magalong, May 25, issued Executive Order No. 61, series of 2021, creating the management and executive committees for the celebration of this year’s Ibaloy Day on June 6 to 12.

Ibaloy Day, the EO states, is an institutionalized annual activity, hosted by the Onjon Ni Ivadoy Association, Inc. with the participation of the city government to celebrate and honor the culture, heritage and traditions of the Ibaloy Indigenous Community, due to their deep roots and origins in the Summer Capital.

PHILHEALTH DISPELS ALLEGED CONNIVANCE ON COVID CLAIMS

28 May 2021 – The Philippine Health Insurance Corporation (PhilHealth) seeks to dispel any perception that it is  in connivance with unscrupulous institutions or individuals who are allegedly turning the Coronavirus disease pandemic into a money-making venture.

MORE MALES WITH HIV IN CITY, REPORTED

27 May 2021 – For the past 13 years, more men having sex with men  in the Summer Capital are getting infected with the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) than female sex workers and still progressing, according to a local health official.

In Monday’s flag-raising rites at City Hall, Assistant city health officer Dr. Celia Brillantes of the Baguio AIDS Watch Council (AWAC) said that out of 88 HIV patients at the Regional Health and Wellness Center HIV treatment hub, 85 are males with 72 getting infected by having sex with other men.