Cebu City remains under GCQ, Labella issues Executive Order No. 088 (EO 088)

Cebu City will remain under General Community Quarantine until August 31. The Local Government Unit of Cebu City continued its call to care and vigilance in spite of the noted decrease of COVID-19 cases and increase on recoveries in the city. Cebu City Mayor Edgar Labella issued the Executive Order No. 088 (EO 088) as a reminder of the standards under GCQ status.

Cebu City Mayor Edgar Labella issued the Executive Order No. 088 (EO 088) as a reminder of the standards under GCQ status. | CebuFinest

Cebu City remains under GCQ, Labella issues Executive Order No. 088 (EO 088)

“Dako kaayo ug natampo ang atong padayon nga kooperasyon ug pagtinabangay sa atong kalampusan,” stated on the active Facebook Page of Cebu City Mayor Edgar Labella. “Mapasalamaton ako nga bisan GCQ na, kadaghanan sa atua misunod gihapon sa mandatory stay-at-home order ug mga lagda sa kaluwasan.”

“Our continued cooperation and cooperation in our success have contributed enormously. I am thankful that even with GCQ, most of those still follow mandatory stay-at-home orders and safety rules.”

Executive Order No. 088 (EO 088)

Item S “QUARANTINE PASS (QPASS) GUIDELINES” of the Executive Order No. 088, stated the new scheduling scheme of allowed days to use the Quarantine Pass (QPass) duly issued by the City Government. Please take note that the QPass shall only be allowed from 5:00 AM until 10:00 PM, and QPass holders shall adhere to the new schedule below:

QPasses with codes that end with ODD numbers (1, 3, 5, 7, 9) Mondays
Wednesdays
Fridays
Sundays (from 5:01 AM to 1:00 PM only)
QPasses with codes that end with EVEN numbers and ZERO (2, 4, 6, 8, and 0) Tuesdays
Thursdays
Saturdays
Sundays (from 1:01 PM to 9:00 PM only)

This section was amended with the issuance of Executive Order No. 088, which will be effective immediately upon signing of the order and shall remain effective until revoked.

Executive Order No. 088 was duly signed by Cebu City Mayor Edgardo Labella on August 15, 2020.

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Cebu City Cluster Clinic Schedule and Cebu City Hotlines

Cebu City Cluster Clinic Schedule
Mondays to Fridays 8 AM – 5 PM

  • Tinago Gym, Barangay Tinago
  • Brotherhood Gym, Barangay Basak, San Nicolas
  • Sawang Calero Gym, Barangay Sawang Calero
  • Cebu Medical Society Compound, Barangay Banilad

Cebu City Hotlines

0923 937 8599
0923 937 8596
0909 943 1037
0909 940 2158
(032) 233 4194
(032) 254 8637
(032) 411 0102
(032) 411 0126

COVID-19 24/7 Hotlines (Central Visayas)

Department of Health Central Visayas Center for Health Development Regional Epidemiology Surveillance Unit (RESU)
0922-397-2334 / (032) 402-3091

Health Emergency Management Services (HEMS)
0943-568-3298 / 0945-157-6004 / (032) 402-1269

Provincial Government of Cebu Integrated Provincial Health Office (IPHO)
(032) 888-2329 local 1271 and 1272

Other questions relating to travel bans, curfew, and LGUs Executive Orders:

Cebu Province Public Information Office
(032) 888-2329 local 3011 and 3013

Cebu City Public Information Office
(032) 254-8632 / (032) 411-0132

Mandaue City Public Information Office
(032) 230-4500 local 1082

Lapu-Lapu City Public Information Office
(032) 260-4942

To report overpricing, hoarding, please contact the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) Hotline:

DTI Cebu Province
(032) 255-6971 / (032) 255-2165 / (032) 255-3926

DTI Regional Office
(032) 255 0036 / (032) 255-0037

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For more details, please contact the Cebu City Public Information Office at (032) 254-8632 / (032) 411-0132, or you can visit their official Facebook Page. For added information on COVID-19 precautionary measures and proper healthcare practices, visit the Department of Health Official Facebook Page.

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