At the start of its modified general community quarantine, Baguio suddenly reported two new coronavirus cases on Monday, June 1, bringing to 4 its total active cases.

Ailene Doria, 28, of City Camp Central, came out in the open to help in the city's contact tracing program.

Doria returned to Baguio last March 28 to resume her job as a store manager here.

Instead, she tested positive for the coronavirus.

Bernardo Agbuya, 25, was having a drinking spree with friends in Sitio Apugan in Barangay Poliwes on the evening of May 28, despite a citywide liquor ban.

Agbuya and his brother had an alcohol-induced fistfight and their father tried to pacify them.

Instead, the brothers mauled their father.

They were slapped charges of direct assault with resistance and disobedience to persons in authority, and violation of the liquor ban.

It is city policy to test all incoming detainees, and Bernard tested positive for the coronavirus. He was asymptomatic.

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