Cavite COVID-19 cases decreasing

February 2, 2022 Dennis Abrina 297 views

TRECE MARTIRES CITY, Cavite – With the return of Alert Level 2 in the province, the cases of COVID-19 in Cavite is also declining after the IATF placed the province on Alert Level 3 along with the National Capital Region on the 1st week of January due to the expected rising of cases after the holidays.

Cavite has recorded 9,333 active cases as of February 1, 2022, based on the report of Cavite Provincial Health Office, after recording 14,892 active cases on January 23, 2022, the highest cases recorded for this year.

The province has returned to Alert Level 2 – February 1-15, 2022, which has again given relief to the public, with a return of the crowd that will be allowed in dining areas to restaurants and tourist destinations.

The Inter-Agency Task Force (IATF) and the local government units (LGU) of 7 cities and 16 towns here allowed outdoor sports with safety guidelines set by the government.

The provincial government permitted (under Alert Level 2) venues for social events such as parties, wedding receptions, engagement parties, wedding anniversaries, debut and birthday parties, family reunions, and bridal or baby showers.

Visitor or tourist attractions such as libraries, archives, museums, galleries, exhibits, parks, plazas, public gardens, scenic viewpoints, and cinemas are open for limited guests.

Amusement parks or theme parks, recreational venues such as internet cafes, billiard halls, amusement arcades, bowling alleys, skating rinks, archery halls, swimming pools are now allowed.

In-person religious gatherings such as necrological services, wakes, inurnment, and funerals for those who died of causes other than COVID-19 and for the remains of the COVID-19 disease.

Personal care establishments such as barbershops, hair spas, hair salons, and nail spas, and those offering aesthetic/cosmetic services or procedures, make-up services, salons, spas, reflexology, and other similar procedures including home service options, subject to the sector-specific protocols of the DTI.

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