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  QC encourages residents, workers to self-report probable, positive COVID-19 cases The Quezon City government strongly encourages residents and employees working in the city to self-report all probable or confirmed cases of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19), saying this will be a big help in arresting the spread of new infections. In a memorandum, Mayor Joy Belmonte said all confirmed and probable cases may be brought to the attention of the Quezon City Epidemiology and Surveillance Unit (CESU) as well as the Barangay Health Emergency Response Team (BHERT). “This shall further enable the CESU to respond in a timely manner to…
  Belmonte lauds emergency workers’ role in campaign vs COVID-19 The Quezon City government has praised the untiring effort of workers under its Emergency Employment Program (EEP), saying they are instrumental in the successful delivery of goods and services during the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic. “Tuloy-tuloy ang ating programa dahil sa kanila. They served as our support team when we needed more hands on deck, such as when we had thousands of names and data to encode for our Kalingang QC,” said Mayor Joy Belmonte. Some 342 workers displaced from their previous jobs due to the pandemic were hired…
  QC to DOH: Contact tracing futile without complete info on COVID-19 cases   The Quezon City government appealed to the Department of Health (DOH) to ensure complete information on all positive coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) individuals to hasten its contact tracing efforts. In a letter to DOH Secretary Francisco Duque III dated Aug. 4, Mayor Joy Belmonte said the agency’s failure to provide complete information in some cases delays contact tracing by days and forces frontliners to spend valuable time looking for the needed information from other possible sources including social media. “The lack of available information from the…
  Liquor ban makes return in QC to help prevent COVID-19 spread The Quezon City government has reimposed a liquor ban during the duration of the modified enhanced community quarantine (MECQ) from Aug. 4 to 18 as part of efforts to prevent the spread of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). Mayor Joy Belmonte issued the memorandum upon the recommendation of the City Epidemiological Surveillance Unit (CESU) to stop the selling of liquor to arrest the rise of virus cases in the communities. “Ito’y makatutulong para mapigil ang paglaganap ng virus sa ating mga komunidad na karaniwang nangyayari dahil sa pagtitipun-tipon ng…
Liquor ban is implemented in Quezon City during the Modified Enhanced Community Quarantine, from August 4 to August 18, 2020. See full EO here: https://quezoncity.gov.ph/images/pdf/EO35-MECQ_Liquor_Ban.pdf [DOWNLOAD PDF]
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Guidelines for Modified Enhanced Community Quarantine (MECQ) Narito ang updated localized guidelines sa muling pagpapatupad ng Modified Enhanced Community Quarantine (MECQ) sa lungsod Quezon simula August 4 hanggang August 18. [DOWNLOAD PDF]  
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Following President Duterte’s announcement upon the recommendation of the IATF, Quezon City will be placed under Modified Enhanced Community Quarantine starting August 4 to August 18, 2020.
TINDAHAN NI ATE JOY APPLICATIONS ARE NOW OPEN! Sa ika-8 taon ng Tindahan ni Ate Joy, mabibigyan ng pagkakataong magkaroon ng P10,000 halaga ng sari-sari store items ang mga kwalipikadong solo parent na walang kasalukuyang trabaho at gayundin ang mga naging biktima ng karahasan at pang-aabuso. Para sa mga katanungan, tumawag lang sa Tanggapan ni Mayor Joy Belmonte 9884242 loc. 8168 at hanapin si Ms. Nowella Pelayo
Ayon sa Department of Health, 6880 na ang bilang ng nagpositibong kaso ng #COVID19PH sa lungsod. 6805 dito ang may kumpletong address sa QC. Umabot naman sa 6779 ang kumpirmado ng ating QC Epidemiology and Disease Surveillance Unit (CESU). Dumadaan sa validation ng CESU, health center staff at mga opisyal ng barangay ang datos na mula sa DOH para masigurong sila ay residente ng QC. Posibleng magbago pa ang bilang ng mga kaso sa lungsod dahil na rin sa isinasagawang community-based testing. For more updates visit: www.facebook.com/QCGov
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