Tagaytay City Mayor Agnes Tolentino issued guidelines for establishments, offices, business, transportation, religious groups, churches and barangays in a memorandum dated September 1. She said all establishments which are permitted to operate must adhere to health standards and protocols for the safety of their guests and workers.
Those who want to go to Tagaytay are now welcome as long as they follow public health standard according to City Administrator Gregorio Monreal. He also said that they don’t require tourists to have travel pass but they need to fill out health declaration forms.
Upon securing clearance/accreditation from the Department of Tourism, hotels in Tagaytay are allowed to operate up to 50 percent of their capacity. Those using private vehicles to travel to and from Tagaytay will be allowed provided that they observe physical distancing inside their vehicles. Amusement areas are also allowed to operate up to 50 percent capacity. The Tagaytay City Oval and Skateboard and BMX Tracks will be opened from 8 a.m. to 10:30 am and 3:00 pm to 5:30 in the afternoon.
Tagaytay is now under Modified General Community Quarantine.
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