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All inbound travelers shall register online at https://hdf.baguio.gov.ph/ and upload documentray requirements as listed in the new advisory. (See advisory)

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For non-residents who wish to come and visit Baguio for leisure purposes, please register to our Visitor Information and Travel Assistance (VISITA)

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Covid-19 Monitoring

City of Baguio real-time monitoring of Covid-19 Cases.

Covid-19 Hotlines

Telephone:(074) 442-1900, (074) 442-1905, (074) 661-1455

Cellular: Globe(0927) 628-0498, Smart(0999) 678-4335

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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

City Tourism Office sees surge in tourism arrivals during Yuletide season

27 November 2020 – A surge in tourists is anticipated this weekend as to electronic applications received via visita.baguio.gov.ph according to City Tourism and Special Events (CTSEO) head Engr. Aloysius Mapalo in a media forum last week.

MR-OPV-SIA up to Nov. 30

26 November 2020 – Every child needs to be immunized, even if on the last minute or last day of the Measles-Rubella-Oral Polio Vaccine Supplemental Immunization Activity (MR-OPV-SIA) on Monday, November 30, Health Services Office (HSO) head Dr. Rowena Galpo emphasized last week.

Dr. Galpo called on parents to bring un-immunized less-than five year olds to the vaccination sites or health district clinics. Vaccines against Measles, Rubela and Polio shall be administered by health workers, despite past immunization records, she said.

City submits P1.9 billion 2021 budget to DBM for review

27 November 2020 – The city government has submitted its  proposed 2021 budget  of P1,904,482,458 to the Department of Budget and Management (DBM) for review according to City Budget Officer  Leticia Clemente.

The amount is 15.54 percent less than last year’s budget of P2,255,000,000.

She said the overall budget is the sum total of the respective budgets of city government departments  approved by the city council during budget deliberations.

Study on Mines View market building, presented

26 November 2020 – City budget officer Atty. Leticia Clemente presented the Mines View Satellite Market multipurpose building financial operation assessment and financial study during the management committee meeting, Nov. 25, presided by Mayor Benjamin Magalong.

She said the four-storey structure was planned in 2004 during the administration of Mayor Bernardo Vergara when Mines View Park was delisted as a park by the Department of Tourism for turning into an “eyesore” due to the proliferation of illegal vendors in the area.

POSD shares role in enforcement of city laws

25 November 2020 -- The Public Order and Safety Division (POSD) conducts monthly briefings  for its members  while  team leaders  get a daily dose of reminders  on the proper way of approaching and apprehending violators of  city ordinances and regulations.

Thus, assured POSD deputy head Daryll Kim Longid in a media forum, Nov. 24, at the City Hall multi-purpose hall.

Bullish despite pandemic: Baguio pushes through with infra projects

26 November 2020 – Despite setbacks caused by the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (Covid-19), Baguio is poised to break ground stalled big-ticket projects “before the 2020 clock strikes twelve”.

For starters, City Administrator Bonifacio De La Peña revealed, the City already awarded the P100-million public works contract for the rehab of the drainage system from Lake Drive, Burnham Park to Magsaysay Avenue.

In press conference, November 24, he detailed the project addresses flooding in the central business district during torrential rains.

City tourism officer reacts to OCTA research report

Nov. 27, 2020 – City Tourism Operations Officer Aloysius Mapalo reacted to a series of reports on Baguio City being a Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) hotspot based on OCTA Research findings saying these do not reflect the true ground situation in the city.

Mapalo said there is no question on the accuracy of the OCTA Research data but as to whether these are up to date and whether they reflect the real picture or the obtaining situation in the subject area is doubtful.

City COVID cases on the downtrend but mayor wants more “slack” to prepare for holiday surge

Nov. 26, 2020 – Mayor Benjamin Magalong sought more interventions and innovations to further lower Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) cases in the city possibly to nil before Dec. 15.

This is to give the city enough “slack” or breathing room before fresh surges happen as what is expected during the Christmas holidays.

CAR, BLISTT testing capacity, positivity rates bared

Nov. 27, 2020 – Baguio City continues to have the highest testing rate in the region with 16.97 percent testing rate or 62,835 of its 370,218 population tested as of Nov. 18.

Data on the testing and positivity rate from the Dept. of Health Cordillera showed that as of said date, Benguet province had a testing rate of 8.91 percent with 42,623 individuals tested out of its 478,334 population.

City to involve private sector in market project negotiations

Nov. 26, 2020 – The city government will enlist the participation of the private sector in the market development project negotiations with Original Proponent Status (OPS) holder SM Prime Holdings Inc.

City Administrator Bonifacio Dela Peña said this is to ensure the representation of the stakeholders particularly the market vendors who will be represented in the upcoming deliberations by Federation of Market Cooperatives-Baguio Retailers Savings and Credit Cooperative auditor Cristine Inso and Baguio Market Vendors Association (BAMARVA) director Angelita Gayados.