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All inbound travelers shall register online at https://hdf.baguio.gov.ph/ and upload documentray requirements as listed in the new advisory. (See advisory)

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

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

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Latest News and Events

PAGCOR GRANTS P65M FOR CITY PROJECTS

September 07, 2021 – State-owned Philippine Amusement Gaming Corporation (PAGCOR) committed to provide some P65 million for the implementation of various priority development projects of the city government to help in sustaining the growth and development of the country’s undisputed Summer Capital.

PAGCOR Chairperson Andrea Domingo made the commitment to Mayor Benjamin B. Magalong during a recent meeting on how the State corporation will be able to help in improving the city.

BAGUIO DENGUE FEVER CASES RISE BY 600 PERCENT

September 07, 2021  – Local health authorities raised concern over the reported 6-fold increase in dengue fever cases in the city for the first eight months of this year compared to the same period last year.

Donabel Tubera-Panes, Medical Officer IV and head of the City Health Services Office’s Epidemiology and Surveillance Unit (CHSO-CESU), disclosed that from January 1 to August 30, 2021,  a total of 891 dengue fever cases was recorded from the various barangays compared to the only 124 cases reported during the same period last year.

NOTICEABLE DECREASE IN TRAVELERS ENTERING BAGUIO NOTED

September 07 – The Baguio City Police Office (BCPO) noted a significant decrease in the number of travelers wanting to enter the city through the various quarantine checkpoints (QCPs) following the strict implementation of border control measures to contain the rapid spread of the dreaded Corona Virus Disease (COVID) 2019 with the ongoing threat of its Delta variant.

160 contact tracers undergo training

More than 160 contact tracers underwent training last Sept. 8 to enhance their skills and capacity amid the increasing number of Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) cases in the city.

Mayor Benjamin Magalong emphasized the need for contact tracers to step up and respond to the call for more efficient and effective contact tracing efforts to help save lives amid the raging pandemic.

BAGUIO IMPOSES TOTAL LIQUOR BAN, REDUCES RESTO, CHURCH CAPACITIES FURTHER

Mayor Benjamin Magalong on Sept. 8 ordered more temporary restrictions on activities in the city in response to the increasing Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) cases projected to balloon further in the coming weeks. 

"Based on this weeks' data as supplied by the City Epidemiology and Surveilance Unit (CESU), our 7-day average for cases per day is now 165 and we expect this to further increase in the next two weeks," the mayor said.

Moreover, the number of barangays with new cases in the last 14 days has risen to 115 out of 128 or 89.15 percent. 

CITY EXECS TACKLE COVID-19 SITUATION, RESPONSE

The City Management Committee (MANCOM) led by Mayor Benjamin Magalong in its weekly meeting Sept. 7 tackled Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) developments and countermeasures being carried out to address the current spike in cases believed to be caused by the Delta variant.

City Health Services Officer Dr. Rowena Galpo reported that the number of active cases has doubled in the last two weeks with an average of 1-2 deaths per day.

The city posted a single day high number of cases at 205 last Sept. 5.  Its highest on record was 227 logged on April 2, 2021.

CITY TURNING AWAY 50-70 ENTRANTS DAILY AT BORDERS

Baguio City has been turning away 50-70 entrants daily at its borders as a result of stricter implementation of border protocols.

Mayor Benjamin Magalong said the most common reasons for entry refusal were the lack of proper documents and non-essential purpose of travel.

From Aug. 1-21, a total of 377 were sent home for incomplete travel requirements.

There were 14 apprehended for presenting fake documents.

DELTA MAY NOW BE THE DOMINANT VARIANT IN BAGUIO

Mayor Benjamin Magalong on Sept. 6 said the Delta variant may now be the dominant variant driving the current Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) case surge in the city. 

The mayor said the city has been seeing a steady rise in cases in the past weeks now averaging more than 890 cases a week.

He said latest developments and data indicators also point to the high probability of the Delta variant's prevalence now in the city.

CITY STEPS UP EFFORTS TO DECLOG HOSPITALS

Sept. 5, 2021 - The city government continues to find ways to help hospitals whose facilities and manpower are now on critical level due to the surge in Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) cases in the city.

Mayor Benjamin Magalong said the city is working on increasing the city government-run stepdown facilities where patients on convalescence and those who have moderate symptoms but are in stable stable condition can be admitted.

MAYOR WANTS STRICTER QUARANTINE STATUS FOR BAGUIO

Sept. 6, 2021 - Mayor Benjamin Magalong wants to place Baguio City under a stricter quarantine status of General Community Quarantine with heightened restrictions to facilitate the implementation of more stringent control measures to manage the surge in Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) cases currently being experienced in the city.