Bacolod to start booster shots against COVID-19 to seniors and those who are immunocompromised today.
Business may still require the use of faceshield in areas under Alert Level 1-3. Workers who choose not to get vaccinated meanwhile, are required to get tested at least once every 2 weeks to render onsite work.
Use of faceshield in enclosed and public places is now voluntary, according to the latest Executive Order of Mayor Evelio Leonardia.
Under City Ordinance 944 passed in October 2020, Bacolod requires the mandatory use of faceshield.
After nearly 20 months of being barred from entering malls and theme parks, minors in Bacolod City are officially allowed to enter these facilities today, November 15.
Starting December 1, in areas where there are sufficient supplies of COVID-19 vaccines, COVID-19 vaccination of eligible employees to do on-site work shall be required by all establishments and employers in the public and private sector.
Effective tonight, persons 18 years old and above will have extra hours outside of their residence as Gov. Eugenio Lacson ordered to shorten curfew hours.
lod City Cold Chain Facility received 400 doses of AstraZeneca vaccines from Gokongwei Foundation Wednesday, November 10.
Bacolod Emergency Operations Center explained in a press statement released yesterday, November 8, that some mall managers admitted that there has been confusion of the new alert system versus COVID-19 that resulted to entry of minors.