Exactly 3 weeks after the first intake. We have finally completed the second dose of Pfizer vaccine.
In the Philippines, when vaccination is complete, a vaccination card will be issued and registered with a government agency at the same time. You can check it on the web with each number and QR code.
If you show your vaccination card, you may get a discount at restaurants.
10% discount on all products at the Philippine soul food "Jollibee".
Cebu City became a general quarantine area (GCQ) measure from the quarantine area (ECQ) on June 1, and shops including malls and various industries were reopened, but the number of infected people has not stopped increasing today. From June 15th to the end of this month, I went back to ECQ again. Mandaue and Lapu Lapu will continue to be GCQs. Cebu City became ECQ, except for shopping for daily necessities, going to the hospital, commuting to work in permitted industries and banning from going out except for business, public transportation such as taxis that had begun to resume, shopping malls etc. are closed I will.
The shopping mall is reopening in Cebu. Business hours vary depending on the mall, but many are shorter than before. People are coming little by little, but the stores that are open are various. Admission to the mall requires thermometry, alcohol disinfection, and wearing a mask.
Bicycles have never been so popular as a means of transportation for people in Cebu. Since the lockdown, the number of people riding bicycles is increasing due to restrictions on transportation and measures to prevent social distance. Along with that, there is a movement in the city to set up a bicycle lane on the road. You must wear a mask when you go out.
From yesterday, the trial run of the tricycle started in Mandaue City, Cebu Island. Buses were used in Mandaue City and Cebu City because the jeepney, which is the foot of the common people, is not in operation yet, but the tricycle is back here. However, due to social distance, there is one passenger per car
The Philippines is usually called the "rainy season" from the beginning of June. However, it is unlikely that it will rain all day like the rainy season in Japan, and it will often be concentrated like a squall. It has been increasing lately that it rains in the middle of the night and in the morning, but during the daytime, the sky is so deep blue. We hope that even those who come early for sightseeing can enjoy the blue sky and blue sea of Cebu. The photo shows mango and papaya trees seen from the house. Both have a lot of fruit
Today Cebu has become a general community sequestration (GCQ) measure due to a long-lasting lockdown, and in some industries, stores, institutions, and businesses are gradually restarting. GCQ has enabled shopping mall operations, alcohol sales/purchases, and outdoor sports (jogging, bicycles, etc.), but you cannot continue to go out if you are under 21 years old, over 60 years old, or have a disease. Cinemas, spas and entertainment venues, and travel are still prohibited.
There is a limit to the number of people who can enter a mall or a store that has opened a business. While standing by, stand on the standing mark on the floor for social distance. The procedure for entering a mall near your home is 1. Wash your hands with the tap water provided in front of the entrance → 2. Check body temperature with security guard at entrance →3. Alcohol disinfection of hands →4. It is a flow of entering a store.
The lockdown has been postponed in Cebu Island, but since June 1st, deregulation has been implemented and it is shifting to general community sequestration measures (GCQ). The tourist areas are still closed, but public transportation can be used by limiting the number of passengers such as jeepneys (like shared buses) and taxis.
Currently in Cebu Island, some areas are locked down (city blockade) and all tourist sites are closed indefinitely. There are checkpoints such as permission to go out at each place, and behavior regulation is quite strict. However, regulations are being relaxed little by little, so we will inform you when a tourist spot opens. [The Embassy of Japan in the Philippines] https://www.ph.emb-japa…