NCR mayors eye shorter curfew period
Metro Manila localities will implement shorter curfew hours from midnight to 4 a.m. beginning Wednesday, Mayor Edwin Olivarez, chairman of the Metro Manila Council, confirmed to CNN Philippines.
The mayor of Parañaque said it was a unified decision of all local chief executives.
Metro Manila Development Authority chief Benhur Abalos earlier said shorter curfew hours is possible due to the declining COVID-19 cases in the National Capital Region.
Currently, curfew hours is from 10 p.m. to 4 a.m. after NCR was placed under Alert Level 4 until Oct, 15.
According to Abalos' report, active cases in NCR are now down to 17,296 from 38,471 on Sept. 16, or during the pilot implementation of the alert level system.
Occupation rate of different COVID-19 facilities has also declined, the report also said.
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