Guv signs EO extending Negros MGCQ to Nov. 30

Gov. Eugenio Jose Lacson this afternoon, October 30, signed an executive order extending the duration of the Modified General Community Quarantine over Negros Occidental until 11:59 p.m. of November 30.

The governor, in Executive Order No. 20-47, Series of 2020, said all persons violating the provisions of the EO and established health safety protocols issued by the Department of Health and the Inter-Agency Task Force will face appropriate administrative and criminal charges.

Negros Occidental has been under MGCQ since June.

There are 62 new COVID-19 cases in Negros Occidental and 25 in Bacolod City, the Department of Health reported today.

The DOH said 4,614 persons have been hit by COVID-19 in Negros Occidental, 2,936 of whom have recovered and 79 have died. The province has 1,599 active cases, it added.

In Bacolod City, 4,796 have been hit by COVID-19, of whom 4,392 have recovered and 126 have died. The city has 276 active cases, the DOH said.*

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