Alert Level 1
The country's average daily COVID-19 cases saw a 53% rise in the past week as the Department of Health reports 4,634 more infections from June 20 to 26.
The number of fresh COVID-19 infections hits near two-month high with the detection of 308 new cases last Sunday, June 12.
Bahagyang tumataas ang kaso ng COVID-19 sa Cavite at 13 pang mga lugar na nasa ilalim ng Alert Level 1, ayon kay Health Secretary Francisco Duque III noong Lunes, Abril 19.
The government’s pandemic task force has extended the COVID-19 Alert Level 1 over Cavite, Metro Manila, and several other areas until the end of April.
The government has finally allowed higher education institutions in areas under Alert Level 1 to use classrooms at 100% capacity. However, only fully vaccinated students and academic staff are allowed entry into school premises.
Cavite is now under the least restrictive quarantine measure as the government's Inter-Agency Task Force (IATF) approved to place the province under Alert Level 1 from March 1 to 15 following the drop in the COVID-19 cases in the Philippines.