Here are the latest updates in Taguig City about COVID-19 cases and community quarantine


- As of 4:00pm today, the Department of Health reported 77 new additional cases. The total number of COVID-19 cases in the country is now at 307.

- The DOH announced the recovery of 5 patients, 4 of which are elderly. This brings the total number of recoveries to 13.

- 1 additional death was reported bringing the number of deaths to 19.

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- There is 1 new case of COVID-19 in Taguig, which brings the number of confirmed cases at 8.



- The City continues to follow and implement the guidelines set by the IATF.

- Starting March 22, personnel of exempted establishments, as stated in the IATF guidelines, need to present IATF ID’s at control points/check points. This is in addition to the presentation of valid company ID’s, certificates of employment and proofs of residence. These ID’s are issued by agencies assigned by IATF.

-In the absence of the IATF ID, City control points and checkpoints will temporarily accept proof of application for IATF ID, in addition to the requirements mentioned above.

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- For residents of Taguig, movement in and around the City is limited to exempted workers and one family member per household who will purchase basic necessities and supplies. We ask that you comply with these IATF regulations. The City will issue official household ID’s once new IATF guidelines are released. In the meantime, we ask that you call your respective barangays for regulations they will issue with regard to quarantine or household passes.

- Medical and Health workers travelling in and out of the City only need to present proof that they are medical workers on duty.

- These rules may change daily, as ordered by the IATF.

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- It is Day 3 for the Libreng Sakay program for emergency and healthcare workers. We know the toll the travel ban has caused on these workers who are the backbone of our response to COVID-19, so please inform all your friends who are working in hospitals, clinics, pharmacies and other medical facilities of this point-to-point service. It is open from 6 AM to 9 PM.

- COVID-19 kits continue to be handed over to the elderly and citizens with health conditions like diabetes and cancer, as well as dialysis patients. Research has shown that people of advanced age and with sicknesses have a higher vulnerability to the coronavirus.

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- Our roving medical teams are also pursuing efforts to reach households with special medical needs. The teams are giving free immunization; medications for diabetes, hypertension, asthma, tuberculosis and HIV; vitamins for pregnant women; and reproductive commodities.

- We are also continuing our effort to deliver stay-at-home packs to families in-need. Each pack contains rice, canned goods, noodles, coffee, cereal drinks and bottled water. The supplies can last a family of five for three to four days.

Watch Mayor Cayetano's latest video update here:


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