How to Self-Report in Quezon City if You Have COVID-19

Contact authorities, provide info, and isolate at home.
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Encouraging people who might have COVID-19 to get tested is among the keys to fighting the pandemic. Quezon City, one of the most densely populated in Metro Manila, is promoting self-reporting through phone and social media hotlines.

Positive or probable COVID-19 cases can get in touch with the Quezon City Epidemiology and Surveillance Unit or CESU and the Barangay Health Emergency Response Team or BHERT and provide the following information:

  • Full name
  • Birth date
  • Exact address
  • Contact number
  • Work details
  • Start of symptoms
  • Pre-existing conditions
  • Swab test details
  • Positive/probable result document

Concerned parties can email qcselfreport@gmail.commessage the official Facebook pages of CESU; or call hotline numbers 8703-2759, 8703-4398 (landline), 09161228628 (Globe), 09086398086 (Smart), and 09310957737 (Sun) for inquiries.

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The city government reminded residents that self-reporting can be done through each barangay's respective hotline, which can be requested from the city epidemiology office.

It also assured the public that all information gathered from self-reporting will be kept private and will be used only for contact-tracing. Those who self-reported can continue home isolation and await further instructions.

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