City Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Office (CDRRMO)
Effective 7 o'clock a.m. tomorrow, March 15, 2020, CHECKPOINTS will be set up in all entry and exit points (3 main highways and 3 bypass roads) to Baguio City.
All travellers in private or public vehicles will be required to submit pre-filled out forms indicating their names, addresses, contact numbers, date and time of travel, seat number and bus number to facilitate easy contact tracing for COVID-19 carriers.
Passengers will also be subjected to thermal scans and those who will be found to have high temperatures will be advised to proceed to and assisted in going to the hospital.
This scheme is part of the heightened prevention and response measures against the COVID-19 menace.
Furthermore, under Memorandum 23, the Baguio City Police Office would impose a curfew on minors in the city between 9 p.m. to 4 a.m.
Students were also advised to stay home due to the suspension of classes.
According to the memorandum, authorities would patrol malls, movie houses, markets, bars, and other crowded places, and students caught in these locations would be immediately sent home.
Please be guided accordingly.