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Marjie Kate Dayawan MAGUINDANAO Following Executive Order No. 95, series of 2022, signed by Maguindanao Governor Bai Mariam Sangki-Mangudadatu, the province will finally be moving to Alert Level 1, starting April 1 to 15, lifting restrictions imposed by the National Inter-Agency Task Force (IATF). Alert Level 1 is the least strict among the four COVID-19 risk classifications.

Under EO No. 95-2022, alert level 1 will now allow all establishments to operate at 100% as long as their employees are fully vaccinated against COVID-19 while strictly adhering to the Minimum Public Health Standards set by the IATF. EO 95 lifts the implementation of uniform transport coding, no movement Sunday, and liquor ban. Clean-up and disinfection drive programs, including the protocols observed on accepting locally stranded individuals and returning overseas Filipinos at nearby airports, are also removed. In addition, cockpits, other gaming establishments, and amusement and theme parks will also be allowed to open and operate as long as they secure a license from the Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corporations and the Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office. However, face-to-face classes for primary education shall still be subject to prior approval from the Office of the President. At the same time, all tourism business establishments will no longer need a Certificate of Authority to operate from government agencies. Meanwhile, the provincial government clarifies that it has never implemented the "No vaccination card, No entry" policy in Maguindanao. While there are no new COVID-19 cases recorded in the province, Maguindanao still stands with no active cases today.

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