PHL to remain on existing alert levels pending IATF review

A small street-side bazaar is open to customers near Taft Rotonda in Pasay City while the National Capital Region is under Alert Level 1.

Pending an upcoming review of the Inter-Agency Task Force for the Management (IATF) of Emerging Infectious Diseases, the country will remain on its current levels, Malacañang announced.

“The status quo holds for our alert levels, which the IATF will be reviewing on Monday (July18),” Press Secretary Trixie Cruz-Angeles said in a statement.

Image credits: PNA/Jess M. Escaros Jr.


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