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As a precautionary measure by the City of Baguio against the transmission of COVID-19, pursuant to Proclamation No. 922, dated 8 March 2020, and the Section 16 of the Local Government Code

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Economic Stimulus Package

2020 Baguio Revitalization Actions for a Vibrant Economy - Economic Stimulus Package (BRAVE-ESP)

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Latest News and Events

Mayor reiterates opposition to new taxi franchises

07 August 2020 – Mayor Benjamin B. Magalong reiterated the local government’s vehement opposition to the proposed re-opening of the selection process in relation to the pending opening of additional 200 units taxi franchises and replacement of abandoned units  for Baguio City and La Trinidad, Benguet to any pint in the Cordillera Administrative Region (CAR).

Mayor reiterates opposition to new taxi franchises

7 August 2020 – Mayor Benjamin B. Magalong reiterated the local government’s vehement opposition to the proposed re-opening of the selection process in relation to the pending opening of additional 200 taxi franchises and replacement of abandoned units for Baguio City and La Trinidad, Benguet to any point in the Cordillera Administrative Region (CAR).

BENECO, DICT provides internet connection to Happy Hallow schools

6 August 2020 – Internet connectivity continues to reach the remote villages in the city following the setting up of the needed infrastructure and the bandwidth in Barangay Happy Hallow that will benefit public structures in the area.

City increases bed capacity of isolation units

5 August 2020 – The bed capacity of the city’s isolation unit at the former Sto. Niño hospital is gradually being increased to accommodate the increasing number of Corona virus Disease (COVID) 2019 cases.

City Administrator Bonifacio dela Peña said that from the previous 45-bed capacity of the city’s isolation unit, the same already increased to 90 beds following the delivery of more beds and other required materials for the additional capacity of the unit.

Public health standards for comfort rooms asserted

5 August 2020 – City officials requested the City Health Services Office (CHSO) to require compliance by shopping malls, business establishments, and public and private buildings on the prescribed public health and personal hygiene and sanitation protocols imposed for all comfort room facilities in the city.

City dads encourage residents to walk

5 August 2020 – City Officials encouraged city residents to use walking as a mode of transportation with the slogan ‘Walk Baguio Walk.’

Under Resolution No. 425, series of 2020, signed by Mayor Benjamin B. Magalong,  it states that walking as a mode of transportation would be beneficial to the residents, such as better health, as physical inactivity is the 4th leading risk factor to global mortality based on the reports from the World health Organization (WHO).

Digital marketing trainings for Baguio businesses proposed

5 August 2020 – City officials requested the Cordillera Office of the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI-CAR) to regularly conduct customized digital marketing trainings for Baguio-based micro, small and medium enterprises and business start-ups to further capacitate local entrepreneurs in the promotion of their products and services.

Mayor eyes General Community Quarantine status for Baguio

5 August 2020 – The surge in the number of Corona Virus Disease (COVID) 2019 cases in the city over the past several days will likely result to the possible downgrading of the city’s status from the prevailing modified general community quarantine (MGCQ) to GCQ anytime.

Release of City’s P100-M business booster for micro, small business up

4 August 2020 – The City of Baguio and Small Business Corporation (SBC) inked an agreement giving greenlight for the release of a P100-Million loan assistance package for struggling micro and small enterprises.

The stimulus package, cued by Mayor Benjamin B. Magalong, was designed by city managers to mitigate the crippling impact of quarantine measures imposed by Malacañang upon local businesses.

The national government continues to issue quarantine measures of varying degrees, hoping to break the web of Coronavirus Disease 2019 (Covid-19) infections.

Mayor dismayed by barangay's discriminatory acts vs. patient

August 7, 2020 - Mayor Benjamin Magalong today decried acts of discrimination allegedly committed by officials and residents of barangay Sto. Niño Salughterhouse against a Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) patient.

"Why do they have to be extremely unkind and cold-hearted at this time when people need to look out for one another," the mayor lamented after receiving reports that the patient's family had been ostracized.

He said photos were even posted on social media showing the patient's home being cordoned off.