After being placed in halt for a few months, the Cebu City Quarantine Center (CCQC) and the facilities in the barangays of Cebu City have reopened.
On January 22, 2021 the quarantine facilities in Cebu City started accepting COVID-19 patients. This happened a few weeks after Cebu City Mayor Edgardo Labella ordered its closure for expansion
P60 million pesos has been allocated by Cebu City to fund its dormitories and the whole facility which can accommodate roughly 160 patients.
Aside from the hospitals in the city, there are also other facilities that can accommodate COVID patients; asymptomatic and symptomatic, including:
- Noah Complex
- IC3 Bayanihan Center
- Barangay Isolation Center (BICs)
As of January 22, Noah Complex houses 328 COVID-19 patients, out of its maximum number of 360 patients to accommodate.
On the other hand, IC3 Bayanihan Center can accommodate up to 130 patients and currently has 54 patients as of January 21.
As of January 26, 2021, Cebu City has 986 active COVID-19 cases with 701 COVID-related deaths.