Two-week extension of lockdown likely
MANILA, Philippines — The Luzon lockdown is likely to be extended by two weeks.
In a statement on Sunday, presidential spokesperson Salvador Panelo cited an “emerging consensus” among medical experts, businessmen, government officials and others that extending the lockdown by two weeks was “necessary.”
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MANILA- Quarantine extension gains support
MANILA, Philippines — From Vice President Leni Robredo to senators, opposition lawmakers and the secretary of the interior, there is growing support for the extension of the enhanced community quarantine but with restrictions gradually eased, and improved public health measures put in place.
Interior Secretary Eduardo Año yesterday said the Inter-Agency Task Force (IATF) for the Management of Emerging Infectious Diseases would meet today to discuss whether the Luzon-wide quarantine would be extended or modified to address the health crisis.
Senators want extended lockdown
Yesterday, senators also renewed their call for the government to extend the lockdown, which is supposed to be lifted next week, to ensure the containment of COVID-19.
Opposition lawmakers back extension
Even opposition lawmakers are backing the extension of the Luzon-wide lockdown to give way to mass testing.
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