Baguio City will soften COVID-19 restrictions next week, its mayor said Saturday, as the summer capital has largely kept the virus under control with only more than 300 infections.
Starting Monday, Aug. 31, locals can enter private commercial establishments without market or mall passes, Mayor Benjamin Magalong said in a statement.
However, residents must still follow their assigned schedules in entering the public market, Magalong added.
The city mayor also said families can go out, but with conditions.
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