IATF eyes ‘granular lockdown’ in 21 Cebu City barangays

There are 21 barangays in Cebu City eyed for granular lockdown as identified by the Interagency Task Force (IATF).

These places compose the highest number of active coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) cases in a period of three days.

Environment Secretary Roy Cimatu said the best strategy the city can apply moving forward with the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic is to contain the lockdown to smaller areas where there are a lot of cases.

This granular lockdown will be covered in an Executive Order by Mayor Edgardo Labella, to be released in the next few days.

21 Barangays with their corresponding number of COVID-19 cases:

  • Lahug – 38
  • Guadalupe – 29
  • Capitol Site – 23
  • Talamban – 23
  • Kamputhaw – 18
  • Mabolo – 18
  • Poblacion Pardo – 17
  • Tisa – 17
  • Sambag 1 – 15
  • Apas – 14
  • Labangon – 12
  • Basak Pardo – 11
  • Cogon Ramos – 10
  • Punta Princesa – 10
  • Sambag 2 – 9
  • Quiot – 9
  • Zapatera – 8
  • Banilad – 7
  • Hipodromo – 7
  • Basak San Nicholas – 7
  • Cogon Pardo – 7

Business enterprise or economy will continue based on the IATF guidelines under the MECQ under strict monitoring.

“I am positive that the city will be downgraded by August if this trend continues,”

– Environment Secretary Roy Cimatu


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