The General Community Quarantine in Metro Manila that will run until Aug. 31 is a strict one. It is meant to strike a balance between reopening the economy and guarding against a surge in COVID-19 infections that forced the reimposition of strict quarantines for 15 days at the start of the month.
For one, there is a curfew from 8 p.m. to 5 a.m., that exempts essential workers and food deliveries. Unlike other parts of the country under a similar quarantine classification, the GCQ in Metro Manila prohibits gyms and internet cafes. Salons and barbershops can operate, but strictly for haircuts only. Mass gatherings are limited to 10 people.
The Office of the Presidential Spokesperson released an easy-to-read infographic from the Department of Trade and Industry on which industries are allowed under the strict GCQ and reportr is publishing it in full below: