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MANILA, July 13 (AFP) - About 250,000 people in Manila will go back into lockdown, an official said Monday, as the number of new Covid-19 (coronavirus) infections in the Philippines surges.MANILA, July 13 (AFP) - About 250,000 people in Manila will go back into lockdown, an official said Monday, as the number of new Covid-19 (coronavirus) infections in the Philippines surges.

Philippines: New lockdown in Manila suburb as country sees region's biggest daily rise in virus deaths | The Star

About 250,000 people in Manila will go back into lockdown, an official said Monday, as the number of new coronavirus infections in the Philippines ...About 250,000 people in Manila will go back into lockdown, an official said Monday, as the number of new coronavirus infections in the Philippines ...

Fresh lockdown for 250,000 in Manila as COVID-19 cases surge - CNA

MANILA - A city of some 250,000 in Metropolitan Manila is set to go back under lockdown this week, as the Philippines struggles to keep up with a recent surge in coronavirus cases.. Read more at straitstimes.com.SE Asia News -MANILA - A city of some 250,000 in Metropolitan Manila is set to go back under lockdown this week, as the Philippines struggles to keep up with a recent surge in coronavirus cases..

City of 250,000 in Metro Manila to go back under lockdown as Covid-19 cases surge, SE Asia News & Top Stories - The Straits Times

Navotas City will be on lockdown from 5 a.m. on July 16 up to 11:59 p.m. on July 29 to help keep its rising number of COVID-19 cases in check,  Mayor Toby Tiangco announced on Monday in his official Facebook page.Navotas City will be on lockdown from 5 a.m. on July 16 up to 11:59 p.m. on July 29 to help keep its rising number of COVID-19 cases in check,  Mayor Toby Tiangco announced on Monday in his official Facebook page.

Navotas will be on lockdown from July 16 to 29 – Tiangco | Inquirer News

About 250,000 residents of Manila, the Philippines, will be confined again after an outbreak of coronavirus cases in the country, an official said on Monday.About 250,000 residents of Manila, the Philippines, will be confined again after an outbreak of coronavirus cases in the country, an official said on Monday. Residents of Navotas, one of 16 cities tha

250,000 inhabitants of Manila go back into confinement

Residents in Navotas, one of 16 cities that make up the sprawling capital of 12 million people, will have to stay home for a fortnight.Residents in Navotas, one of 16 cities that make up the sprawling capital of 12 million people, will have to stay home for a fortnight.

Fresh coronavirus lockdown for 250,000 in Manila as Covid-19 surges - News | Khaleej Times

The lockdown in Navotas City will begin on Thursday, July 16, with the citywide re-imposition of rigorous stay-at-home restrictions.The lockdown in Navotas City will begin on Thursday, July 16, with the citywide re-imposition of rigorous stay-at-home restrictions.

Navotas placed on citywide lockdown from July 16 to 29

Residents will be allowed to go to work, but outdoor exercise will be bannedResidents will be allowed to go to work, but outdoor exercise will be banned

Fresh lockdown for 250,000 in Manila as COVID-19 infections surge | Philippines – Gulf News

About 250,000 people in Manila will go back into lockdown, an official said Monday, as the number of new coronavirus infections in the Philippines surges.About 250,000 people in Manila will go back into lockdown, an official said Monday, as the number of new coronavirus infections in the Philippines surges.

Fresh lockdown for 250,000 in Manila as virus surges | CTV News

Fresh lockdown for 250,000 in Manila as virus surgesFresh lockdown for 250,000 in Manila as virus surges

Fresh lockdown for 250,000 in Manila as virus surges - RFI