Enhanced Community Quarantine in Dumaguete City

Enhanced Community Quarantine in Dumaguete City

Dumaguete City Mayor Felipe Antonio “Ipe” Remollo signed Executive Order No. 19 Series of 2020 last March 30, 2020. This was made inclined to the Executive Order of Governor Roel Degamo of Negros Oriental. The whole province is ordered to be on an Enhanced Community Quarantine (ECQ) starting April 3, 2020.

Enhanced Community Quarantine

The Enhanced Community Quarantine always signed by the governor mandates everyone on the province to stay at home. Only one person from the household can go out for groceries, and medical shopping. All municipalities and cities within Negros Oriental are obliged to create a quarantine pass for their community so they can monitor the number of people going in and out of the central town.

Included in this order by the governor is the 24 hours curfew all minors, students (from SY 2019-2020) and senior citizens. A curfew for all citizen has been placed from 9 pm-5 am. Know more about Executive Order No. 26 Series of 2020 here!

Quarantine Pass in Dumaguete City

To minimize the people from going to the central area of the city. Mayor Remollo has signed an Executive Order that mandates people to have a quarantine mask when going outside their respective barangays. There are four kinds of quarantine passes (red, blue, black and yellow). Each one has a specific date and time of use and validity. Aside from this, wearing of face mask is also required.

In order to get your quarantine pass, please visit your Barangay Office and bring a valid ID.

Learn more about the Executive Order No. 19 Series of 2020 here!

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    Vismar Jay Alfaro says:

    Good day,

    I would like to request for assistance. My girlfriend Ruthchel Saren which was a resident of Polanco, Zamboanga del Norte together with her colleague has been stranded at CARD staff house at Rizal St. North Poblacion, Valencia, Negros Oriental since the start of the quarantine. It came to my attention that they were not yet visited by the LGU nor the DSWD for the Social Amelioration Program and relief packs. As to what I knew, they belong to the below minimum wage earners. So I ask you to please send some help to cater their needs. Thank you and God bless.

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    Kenneth Piccone says:

    PEOPLE ON MY STREET ARE NOT STAYING HOME. THEY ARE SWIMMING AND HAVING PARTIES IN THE EMPTY LOT NEXT TO MY HOUSE. AT LOW TIDE THERE ARE AS MANY AS 100 PEOPLE LOOKING FOR CLAMS. I live at martensan beach road in banilad bacong. MAYBE THE POLICE CAN DRIVE BY ONCE IN A WHILE AND TAKE CARE OF THE PROBLEM. IF EVERYONE DOES NOT LISTEN TO THE GOVERMENT AND STAY HOME, THIS VIRUS WILL NOT GO AWAY.
    HELP ME.

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    • Daisy
      Daisy says:

      Good day!
      We understand your situation. However, we are no government offices nor officials. Please get in touch with your respective barangay or municipal office. Thank you and stay safe!

      Best Regards,
      Daisy

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