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Pangasinan lifts COVID-19 curfew | Inquirer Information

The Capitol Building of Pangasinan

The Capitol Constructing of Pangasinan. The province has lifted its COVID-19 curfew because of the dwindling variety of infections. (Picture by Willie Lomibao)

DAGUPAN CITY––The provincial authorities of Pangasinan has lifted the province-wide curfew imposed to assist cease the unfold of COVID-19 up to now two years.

Relying on the danger classification stage of the province, the curfew hours had various instances and durations.

On Feb. 28, the curfew hours had been set from 12 midnight to 4 a.m. the next day, shorter than the 9 p.m. to 4 a.m. from January to February.

In an govt order on Wednesday, April 20, Gov. Amado Espino III mentioned there was a decline within the variety of confirmed circumstances within the earlier months.

As of Tuesday, there have been solely eight lively circumstances and no new circumstances of COVID-19 within the province.

“The provincial authorities of Pangasinan has been working towards easing restrictions on the motion of its constituents, with due consideration to offering steadiness for financial and well being issues in opposition to the specter of COVID-19,” Espino mentioned within the order.

Dagupan Metropolis earlier lifted the curfew hours by way of an govt order issued on Feb. 10.

Mayor Brian Lim mentioned the curfew imposed on town was a part of the well being measures to handle the pandemic and was lifted “with out prejudice to its reimposition ought to the precise public well being state of affairs in a given interval so require.”



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