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Cebu City requires wearing of face masks when going out in public

The new EO says masks must be worn when in markets, retail stores, parks, churches, among other places

4/1/2020 5:56:00 PM

The new EO says masks must be worn when in markets, retail stores, parks, churches, among other places. COVID19PH

The new EO says masks must be worn when in markets, retail stores, parks, churches, among other places

Updated 10:21 PM, April 01, 2020FACE MASK. Guard wears face mask at Basilica Minore del Santo Niño de Cebu. Photo by Gelo Litonjua/RapplerCEBU CITY, Philippines – Those going outside their homes to purchase essentials or those exempted from the ban to travel while the city is in lockdown would be required to wear a face mask, according to a new executive order issued by Mayor Edgar Labella on Wednesday, April 1.

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EO 66, an ordinance requiring residents of Cebu City to wear face masks in public, will take effect Thursday, April 2.The order read: “As part of the precautionary and safety measures against COVID-19, adopted by the Government of the City of Cebu, all persons within the territorial jurisdiction of Cebu CIty are directed to wear the prescribed face masks sufficient to reduce, if not prevent, the probability of transmission and mitigate contamination from points of source during the State of Enhanced Community Quarantine in Cebu City.”

The EO says masks must be worn by everyone in markets, retail stores, parks, churches, and other places where people may gather in public. This will also be enforced in public places even if gatherings are currently limited under the lockdown.Cebu City went on lockdown on Saturday, March 28. It will be enforced until April 28.

During this period,there is no public transportation, majority of businesses are shut, and only those whose work are exempted, or residents holding a city quarantine pass may go outside. Read more: Rappler »

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