Does COVID-19 have a curfew? Aurora Pijuan confused by IATF’s new policy
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Does COVID-19 have a curfew? Aurora Pijuan confused by IATF’s new policy

Miss International 1970 Aurora Pijuan is exasperated over the government’s implementation of shorter curfew hours for Metro Manila residents, purportedly in a bid to curb the spread of COVID-19.

Starting October 13, curfew hours in Metro Manila will be from 12 midnight until 4 a.m., based on the latest policy of the Inter-Agency Task Force for the Management of Emerging Infectious Diseases.

“Dear IATF. We understand that we should not party or breathe the 12 midnight air,” said Pijuan, a vocal administration critic.

“Thank you. Truly. Well thought policy,” she added.

Metro Manila is de-escalating to Alert Level 3, meaning more people can move around and visit more establishments, including cinemas. However, only fully vaccinated people can see a movie, so getting the COVID-19 jab remains a crucial part of the country’s strategy of adapting to the “new normal.”

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