Mall sales and outdoor dining in Quezon City restaurants are now allowed to help the economy recover while maintaining the highest standards of prevention against COVID-19.
Under the revised general community quarantine guidelines approved recently by the city government, operations of restaurants, especially in open-air spaces and the holding of mall-wide sales were allowed.
Belmonte said bazaars, tiangge or flea markets are also allowed in the city with strict implementation of health protocols. Event organizers are required to log attendees for contact tracing purposes.
The local government also requires malls to limit their customers to allow physical distancing of at least one meter. The limitation, according to the city government, will be reviewed and modified.
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