Gov. Art Yap signed Executive Order 28 placing Bohol under general community quarantine until May 31.

Effective May 4, all these will stay in place:

General curfew

Travel ban (air and sea port entry of passengers to Bohol)

Class suspensions

Liquor ban

Social distancing

Mass gathering prohibited

Wearing of Face masks

Regulated business

Use of one home quarantine pass per household

Senior citizens and youth ages 15-17 exemption for farmers/fishers

Meanwhile, beginning May 4, senior citizens can break curfew from 6am-6pm but only on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays.

Minors below 18 allowed to break curfew 6am-6pm on Mondays and Fridays only in the company of at least one parent/guardian who is not a senior citizen.

On May 4, Manufacturing industries can open Including malls, personal care but must comply with:

-DOH protocol for sanitation

-Temperature scanning

-Patrons and employees and workers with symptoms not allowed entry

-Alcohol and hand sanitizers provided

– Foot baths

-Cleaning and disinfection of high touch surfaces

-Provide help desk in strategic areas for vulnerable sectors

-Limit number of people to ensure physical distancing

Barber shops/spas/salons: hand sanitizing before and after attending to client

Sanitation and disinfection

By appointment

High touch surfaces disinfected after each customer

Encourage online ordering for dry good and supermarkets

Sports trainings, fitness gyms remain closed (Credit: Leah Marchil)