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Strict GCQ: This is Your Guide to Which Businesses are Open

Your GCQ checklist here.
by Joel Guinto
Aug 20, 2020
Photo/s: Courtesy of Jerome Ascano
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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.

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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:

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