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Latest News and Events

BAGUIO LINKS WITH AGENCIES TO STRENGTHEN CULTURE, ARTS, CRAFTS AND HERITAGE PROGRAMS

02 September 2021 – The city government of Baguio is working closely with several government agencies to fortify efforts in enlivening programs and projects relative to culture, arts, crafts and heritage.

This was announced by Mayor Benjamin B. Magalong in his 2021 State of the City Address delivered during the celebration of 112th Baguio Charter Day on September 1 at the Baguio Convention Center.

CITY LAUNCHES #BREATHEBAGUIO BRANDING

03 September 2021 – The Summer Capital officially launched its #breatheBaguio brand during the 112th Baguio Charter Day Anniversary at Baguio Convention Center with Tourism Sec. Bernadette Romulo Puyat, Mayor Benjamin Magalong, Rep. Marquez Go and other officials and guests.

This year’s celebration theme is, “Moving Forward As One”.

The city tourism and special events division under Engr. Aloysius Mapalo spearheaded the formulation of the brand in collaboration with the Baguio Tourism Council, Baguio Creative Council and other partners from the creative sector.   

CITY PURCHASES LIFE-SAVING EQUIPMENT TO BOLSTER DISASTER MANAGEMENT EFFORTS

02 September 2021 – Believing in the dictum, “an ounce of prevention is better than a pound of cure”, the city government continuous to find ways to improve and make more effective its disaster management efforts.

Thus, Mayor Benjamin Magalong stated in his State of the City Address  during the 112th Baguio Charter Day Anniversary, September 1, at the Baguio Convention Center with Tourism Secretary Bernadette Romulo Puyat as guest of honor.

This year’s  celebration theme  is , “Moving Forward As One”.

CITY’S ENVIRONMENT REVITALIZATION CAMPAIGN, ONGOING

02 September 2021 – The city government is continuing its campaign to revitalize the Summer Capital’s environment as showcased by the transformation of the Irisan dumpsite into an Eco-Park and other high-impact projects.

Mayor Benjamin Magalong made the declaration in his State of the City Address during the 112th Baguio Charter Day Anniversary, September 1, at the Baguio Convention Center with Tourism Secretary Bernadette Romulo Puyat as guest of honor.

This year’s  celebration theme  is , “Moving Forward As One”.

CITY’S COMMAND CENTER INAUGURATION SET THIS MONTH

02 September 2021 – The city government will inaugurate its P200 million Command Center on September 10 as part of its Smart City program aimed at speeding-up government action in providing quality service to the public.

This was revealed by Mayor Benjamin Magalong in his State of the City Address  during the 112th Baguio Charter Day Anniversary, September 1, at the Baguio Convention Center with Tourism Secretary Bernadette Romulo Puyat as guest of honor.

This year’s celebration theme  is , “Moving Forward As One”.

DOT ALLOTS P18.79 MILLION FOR CITY TOURISM PROJECTS

02 September 2021 – “Responsible tourism will remain to be our vision for Baguio as can be gleaned by the Tourism Recovery and Resiliency Plan which was developed during this (coronavirus 2019) pandemic.”

Thus, declared Mayor Benjamin Magalong in his State of the City Address during the 112th Baguio Charter Day Anniversary, September 1, at the Baguio Convention Center with Tourism Secretary Bernadette Romulo Puyat as guest of honor.

This year’s celebration theme  is , “Moving Forward As One”.

NEW VARIANT CASES IN BAGUIO NOW 162

03 September 2021 – A total of 162 new variant cases of the Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) have been detected in the city, including the six Delta variant patients as of September 2.

Mayor Benjamin Magalong said there were 107 with the Alpha variant, 49 with Beta and six Delta.

The mayor said link analysis and information gathered through in-depth contact tracing identified a total of 4,521 patients linked to the variant cases.

A total of 3,378 were linked to the Alpha variant cases while 881 were connected to the Beta variant cases.

BAGUIO EXPANDS LIQUOR BAN HOURS

03 September 2021 – Liquor ban time coverage in the city had been lengthened to 16 hours or from 8 a.m. to 12 noon the following day.

This is part of the heightened control measures adopted in Executive Order No. 106-2021 issued last Sept. 2 by Mayor Benjamin Magalong to manage the current surge in Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) cases believed to be driven by the Delta variant.

The previous time coverage of the modified liquor ban was from 10 p.m. to 10 a.m. the following morning.

The mayor urged residents to be guided by the new rule for everyone's safety.

MOST OF BAGUIO'S COVID-19 INFECTIONS OCCUR AMONG WORKING AGE GROUP BUT DEATH HIGHEST AMONG SENIORS

03 September 2021 – Majority of Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) infections in Baguio City happened among the working age group of 20 to 49 years old but most of its deaths occurred among senior citizens.

COVID-19 data as of Aug. 21, 2021 from the City Epidemiology Surveillance Unit (CESU) of the Health Services Office (CHSO) showed that out of the 16,578 cases, 10,272 belonged to the 20-49 years old age category.

Cases were highest among the 20-29 age group with 4,546 cases followed by the 30-39 with 3,452 and 40-49 with 2,274 cases.

BAGUIO ADJUSTS PROTOCOLS TO KEEP SURGE UNDER CONTROL

02 September 2021 – Mayor Benjamin Magalong has further tightened the city's protocols to keep the current spike in Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) cases under control.

This is part of the contingency measures and systems which the city put in place ahead of the expected surge driven by the dangerous Delta variant.

The mayor said that although the situation has remained manageable, the city needed to expand restrictions to prevent spread of the virus from getting out of hand.