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Here's Your Guide to the June 2021 GCQ Rules in NCR Plus

Confused? Here's what you need to know.
by Arianne Merez
Jun 1, 2021
Photo/s: Jerome Ascaño

Metro Manila and neighboring provinces Bulacan, Laguna, Cavite, and Rizal will remain under general community quarantine or GCQ "with restrictions" until June 15.

The ever-changing quarantines at times cause confusion with the need for Malacañang to issue additional guidelines.

READ: Metro Manila Bubble Stays Under GCQ for June 2021

Here are the restrictions to remember for GCQ in the Greater Manila Area or the so-called "NCR Plus":

1. The following are prohibited from operating:

  •  Entertainment venues such as bars and theaters
  • Recreational venues such as internet cafes and arcades
  • Amusement parks, fairs, playgrounds
  • Cockfighting

2. Lottery and horse racing with off-track betting are temporarily allowed.

3. Outdoor, non-contact sports are allowed.

4. Indoor sports venues and tourist attractions are prohibited from operating.

5. Venues for meetings, conferences, and exhibitions are allowed to operate up to 30% of their capacity and could add an additional 10% if the venue has been granted a safety seal.


6. Personal care services such as spas, salons, and barbershops may operate up to 40% of their capacity.

7. Outdoor tourist attractions may operate up to 30% of their capacity.

8. Hotels accredited for staycations may operate at 100% capacity while other accommodation establishments catering to specialized markets of the Department of Tourism may operate up to 30% capacity with guidance from the local government unit.

9. Restaurants can offer dine-in services up to 30% capacity. Outdoor dining is up to 50%.

10. Religious services, weddings, wakes, and funerals can be held up to 30% of the venue capacity. Local government units can increase the capacity up to 50%.

11. Interzonal travel from NCR Plus to other areas is allowed but subject to LGU restrictions.

12. Those aged 18 to 65 years old can go out of their homes.


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