Category: COVID-19

Mayor Inday Sara Duterte has reiterated that the mandatory test-before-travel requirement for Davao City-bound domestic flights will no longer be reinstated amid the rising COVID-19 cases and looming surge.
Dabawenyos are reminded that the Safe Davao QR (DQR) is still being used for tracing individuals in close contact with people positive of the Sars-CoV 2, the virus that causes the coronavirus disease.
Davao City Mayor Inday Sara Duterte is not keen on imposing entry restrictions to public buildings and availing of government services for unvaccinated people.
Davao City's Temporary Treatment and Monitoring Facilities (TTMFs), with a total bed capacity of 2,674, are being readied for the looming COVID-19 surge amid the rising positive cases recorded at the start of the new year.
A Davao City Task Force COVID-19 official said that there is no surge yet in Davao City but Dabawenyos are reminded to strictly comply with the minimum public health standards (MPHS) as there is a looming surge due to the Delta, Omicron, and other variants, which might be more massive than before. The 67 new […]
The City Government of Davao has reiterated the ban on welcome and send-off groups in the city's airports, seaports, and bus terminals as the number of COVID-19 active cases have started to increase.
A Davao City health official has called on Dabawenyos not to resort to panic buying of Paracetamol while a group of pharmacists allayed fears of Paracetamol shortage in the city.
The City Government of Davao continues to be strict in enforcing the COVID-19 protocols in recognized multi-use hotels (MUHs) that serve as quarantine facilities for arriving repatriated overseas Filipino workers (ROFWs) and returning overseas Filipinos (ROFs). City Tourism Operations Office (CTOO) Head Generose Tecson bared this following the joint Department of Health-Department of Tourism (DOH-DOT […]
The City Government of Davao is bracing for a possible surge of coronavirus disease cases due to an increase in mobility and private gatherings during the holidays and threats of the Omicron variant wave.
Davao City Mayor Inday Sara Duterte has reminded parents anew to ensure that their children, especially those who have not received anti-COVID-19 vaccines, also adhere to the minimum public health standards in public or crowded places and other gatherings.