ECQ and GCQ Extended until May 31, 2020 in the Philippines

ECQ and GCQ Extended until May 31, 2020 in the Philippines. meanwhile, low-risk areas will no longer be under quarantine. Read more here!

DepEd SY 2020-2021 Class Starts on August 24

SY 2020-2021 will have its class staring on August 24, 2020. Teachers and school personnel are to report to work on June 1, 2020 during the enrollment. Read more!

24-Hour Curfew for Students & Senior Citizens – Community Quarantine Pass

EO 24 Series 2020 declares 24-Hour Curfew for Students & Senior Citizens. Learn how to get a community quarantine pass. Read more here!

Dumaguete City Closes Shops that Engage Person-to-Person Contact

Dumaguete City Closes Shops that Engage Person-to-Person Contact under Executive Order No. 14-B Series of 2020. Click here to read more!

All Tourists Can Now Fly Out of the Philippines – DOTr

All tourists can now fly out of the Philippines as announced on an advisory by the Department of Transportation (DOTr) in the Philippines. Read more!

Dumaguete City Health Office – Steps to Protect Yourself from Coronavirus

The City Health Office of Dumaguete City is now giving public awareness on how to protect yourself from coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). Read more here!

Banica Bridge Construction Finally Started

The LGU & PhilSouth made a public notice that from February 29, 2020, the Banica Bridge Constuction will finally start and roads will be closed. Read more!

Chinese Travelers in Dumaguete Seeks Visa Extension

Chinese mother & daughter travelers in Dumaguete seeks tourist visa extension amid the coronavirus. Several Chinese tourists do the same. Read more!!!

14 Days Quarantine for All Foreigners from Hong Kong & China

Provincial Governor Roel Degamo signed an executive order mandating 14 Days Quarantine for all foreigners from Hong Kong & China due Coronavirus. Read more!

Microplastics for Breakfast?

A recent study shows, that the concentration of microplastics found in rabittfish in the Tañon Strait is above average. The Fish were purchased from fishermen in Dumaguete and Bais as well as in Ayungon and Manjuyod.