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The Metropolitan Manila region of the Philippines capital and the southern city of Davao will continue to maintain the existing isolation policy.

The MetropaThe first death from Omicron variant in the United Statesolitan Manila region of the Philippines capital and the southern city of Davao will continue to maintain the existing isolation policy.

A security guard checks the temperature of people coming inside a market during an enhanced community quarantine to help curb the spread of the new coronavirus at the usually busy downtown Manila, Philippines on Friday, April 3, 2020. The new coronavirus causes mild or moderate symptoms for most people, but for some, especially older adults and people with existing health problems, it can cause more severe illness or death. (AP Photo/Aaron Favila)

January 29th local time, Harry Locke, spokesman of the Philippines presidential palace, said that with the approval of Philippines President Duterte, the capital Metro Manila region and the southern city of Davao will continue to maintain the existing isolation policy, the general community isolation policy (GCQ) from February 1 until February 28.

In addition, the general community isolation policy will be implemented in the provinces of Badayan and Kodillera, including Abara, Abbaj, Bengt, Baguio, Ifugao, Kalina, Alpine, Takloban, North Davao, South Lanao and Iligan.

The city of Santiago, Isabella, Olmoc, Leyte, and all other districts will implement an improved general community segregation policy, which is the lowest level of the Philippines segregation policy.

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