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Wednesday, April 29, 2020

20 Brgy. Captains Submitted a Petition to Mayor Oscar Moreno to Declare the ECQ in CDO

20 Barangay Captains in Cagayan de Oro City submitted a Signature Campaign Petition to Mayor Oscar Moreno to declare the Enhanced Community Quarantine in Cagayan de Oro City.

But Mayor Moreno answered them during the Daily Press Briefing of City Hall for COVID-19 Update.

Mayor Moreno said:
I'm not a bit bothered by that... unsa ba'y ilang gusto? Gusto hinoon nila nga mu atras ang syudad from where we are now... Kalooy sa Diyos, wala maparalisar ug husto ang atong ekonomiya kay atong gi siguro... it would have been different kung nag lockdown ko... pero I would not... nakita ko na ang implikasyones sa lockdown kay lagi it will certainly paralized the economy. Mao na nga ato gi atiman ang mga health data... NMMC, DOH, City Health in the hope nga we can still come up with the proper, appropriate and neccessary responses batok sa virus...
He mentioned that these Barangay Captains are from the opposition side and they are just playing politics against his administration.

Watch the video here:

Tuesday, April 28, 2020


President Duterte extends ECQ in NCR, other 'high-risk' areas

President Rodrigo Duterte extended the enhanced community quarantine (ECQ) period in Metro Manila and high-risk areas to May 15. All other areas will be placed under looser general community quarantine or GCQ from May 1.

For areas placed under general community quarantine, the following will be observed:
    1. workers and sectors in category I, II and III may continue to work or operate in phases;
    2. the general population may go out of their homes only for purposes of accessing basic necessities;
    3. in any case, those with ages below 21 years old and those 60 years old and above as well as those with ages ranging from 21 years old but below 60 years old but who reside with co-morbidities or other risk factors shall stay home;
    4. non-leisure stores in malls and shopping centers may partially open;
    5. higher education institutions may continue classes to finish the academic year and issue credentials to students in accordance with guidelines as may be issued by the Commission on Higher Education;
    6. priority and essential construction projects may resume in accordance with guidelines as may be issued by the DPWH;
    7. public transportation may operate at a reduced capacity in accordance with guidelines as may be issued by the DOTr;
    8. local government units shall enforce curfew at night for non-workers; and
    9. airports and seaports may operate insofar as the unhampered movement of goods.
Category I - AGRICULTURE: Extraction of raw materials and harvesting of basic foods (mining, quarrying, fishing, forestry, etc)
Category II - INDUSTRY: Production of finished goods from raw materials (metalworks production, smelting, textiles/clothing, construction, etc)
Category III - SERVICE: Intangible goods service (retailing, banking, IT service, hotel and tourism, postal, transportation, etc)

These are the list of activities and businesses that are allowed to operate in quarantine areas:

The following are ALLOWED under ECQ and GCQ
    1. Agriculture and fisheries and the entire value chain including manufacturing of feeds, fertilizers, and pesticides
    2. Manufacturing and processing plants of basic food products, essential products, medicines, and medical supplies including:
    3. All food
    4. Essential hygiene products such as soaps, detergents shampoo, conditioners, diapers, feminine hygiene products, tissue, wipes and toilet papers
    5. Disinfectants
    6. Medicines and vitamins
    7. Medical products such as PPEs, masks, gloves, 
    8. Pet food
    9. Hospitals and medical clinics
    10. Dental and EENT clinics (with strict health standards)
    11. Retail establishments (groceries, supermarkets, hypermarkets, convenience stores, public markets, pharmacies, and drug stores
    12. Food preparations and water stations) 
    13. Logistics service providers (cargo handling, warehousing, trucking, freight forwarding and shipping line)
    14. Delivery services, whether or not e-commerce platform, in-house or outsourced, transporting only food, water, medicine, pet food, hardware products or other basic necessities
    15. Banks and capital markets, per section 5 of IATF Resolution No. 13 dated March 17, 2020
    16. Power, energy, water, IT and telecommunications supplies and facilities, waste disposal services and technical services to above utilities
    17. Electricity, gas, steam, and air conditioning supply
    18. Postal and courier activities
    19. Water collection, treatment, and supply
    20. Waste collection, treatment, and disposal activities (except materials recovery - junk shop)
    21. Sewerage (except emptying of septic tanks)
    22. Veterinary activities
    23. Repair and installation of machinery and equipment
    24. Repair of computers and personal household goods
    25. Services to buildings and landscape activities (except landscape care)
    26. Employment activities (manpower services for essential activities)
    27. Security and investigation activities
    28. Programming and broadcasting activities
    29. Rental and leasing activities (except for entertainment and mass gathering purposes)
    30. Accommodations used as quarantine facilities for OFW and overseas Filipinos, as well as temporary accommodation for essential industries such as healthcare facilities, banks, BPOs, exporters and other frontline service sectors
    31. Services to buildings and landscape activities
    32. Extraction of crude petroleum and natural gas
    33. Gasoline stations
    34. Laundry shops (including self-service)
    35. Funeral services
    36. Export companies (with temporary accommodation and shuttle services
    37. Business process outsourcing companies (with temporary accommodation and shuttle services, work from home)
    38. Mining and quarrying

The following are ALLOWED in GCQ areas:
  • Other manufacturing activities:
    1. Beverages
    2. Cement and steel
    3. Electrical machinery
    4. Wood products, furniture
    5. Non-metallic products
    6. Textile/wearing apparels
    7. Tobacco products
    8. Paper and paper products
    9. Rubber and plastic products
    10. Coke and refined petroleum products
    11. Other non-metallic mineral products
    12. Computer, electronic and optical products
    13. Electrical equipment 
    14. Machinery and equipment
    15. Motor vehicles, trailers, and semi-trailers
    16. Other transport equipment
  • Malls and commercial centers (including hardware stores, clothing, and accessories and non-leisure stores)
  • Barbershops, salons, spas, and other personal care industries (with strict health standards)
  • Wholesale and retail trade and repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles
  • Construction and Build, Build, Build
  • Forestry and logging
  • Publishing activities
  • Motion picture, video and television program production, sound recording and music publishing activities
  • Advertising and market research 
  • Real estate activities (except buying and selling)
  • Office administrative, office support and other business activities
  • Legal and accounting
  • Insurance, reinsurance, and pension funding except for compulsory social security
  • Architecture and engineering activities, technical testing analysis
  • Scientific and research development
  • Other professional, scientific and technical activities
  • Social work activities without accommodation
  • Government office - frontline offices
On the other hand, these are the services and activities that will NOT BE ALLOWED to resume both in areas under the enhanced community quarantine and those under the general community quarantine:
  • Gyms, fitness studios, and sports facilities
  • Entertainment-related mass gatherings such as:
    1. Theaters
    2. Cinemas
    3. Large Concerts
    4. Festivals
    5. Carnivals
    6. Conventions
    7. Shows
    8. Pubs and Bars
  • Business-related mass gatherings such as:
    1. Trade Shows
    2. Conferences
    3. Conventions
    4. Workshops
    5. Retreats
  • Politically-related mass gatherings such as:
    1. Election Rallies
    2. Polling Centers
    3. Parades
    4. Speeches/Addresses
  • Sports-related mass gatherings such as:
    1. Training
    2. Games
    3. Tournaments
    4. Championships
  • Religious man gatherings
  • Going to Libraries, archives, museums, and other cultural activities
  • Gambling and betting activities
  • Activities of travel agencies, tour operators, reservation services
  • Activities of membership organizations

Tuesday, April 14, 2020

CDO Emplements Executive Order no. 062 - Barangay Exit Pass Regulation in all Barangays in the City



i. All barangays in the city shall implement an EXIT PASS policy, which shall govern and regulate the movements of people within their respective areas of the jurisdiction who may wish to leave their houses and barangays for essential purposes.

ii. Employees reporting to work shall only be required to present their respective Employment Identification Cards to the concerned barangay officials/personnel or the Homeowners Association (HOA) representatives, duly authorized by the barangay;

iii. Residents who require urgent medical attention shall be allowed to leave their homes without the need of securing a Barangay EXIT PASS.

Section 2. NO OTHER CLEARANCE REQUIRED. All barangays are hereby directed not to require their issuance of any other clearances or passes. For the avoidance of doubt, the barangays are reminded that Quarantine and other similar clearances are not appropriate, as only the City Government can issue a Quarantine Completion Certificate.

Section 3. NO FEES ALLOWED. All barangays are directed not to charge any fee or imposition for the issuance of the Barangay Exit Pass. The cost for the issuance of the Barangay Exit Pass shall be shouldered fully by the City Government.

Section 4. ENFORCEMENT. The concerned Sangguniang Barangay Officials and personnel, Tanods and the duly-authorized members of the Homeowners Association within the barangay and the Philippine National Police officers and personnel under the Cagayan de Oro City Police Office (COCPO) shall implement this Order.

In order to prevent any untoward incident, basic courtesy and respect must be strictly observed at all times by all persons.

Failure to abide by the foregoing guidelines and measures shall be meted with appropriate action, in accordance with the relevant laws, City Ordinances and regulations.

For this purpose, the City Legal Department is directed to initiate the appropriate charges as may be warranted.

EFFECTIVITY. This Executive Order shall take effect immediately.


ISSUED this 14th day of April 2020, Cagayan de Oro City.

Oscar S. Moreno
City Mayor.

Attested by
Teodoro A. Sabuga-a, Jr.
Acting City Administrator

For the complete details, please read the scanned Executive Order document below:

Monday, April 13, 2020

Face Mask Wearing Ordinance of 2020 signed today by Mayor Oscar Moreno.

Mayor Oscar Moreno signs Face Mask Wearing Ordinance of 2020 and Road Transport Sector Social Distancing Ordinance of 2020 today, April 13, 2020 as additional preventive measures against the spread of COVID 19 virus.

Ang Ordinance No. 13849-2020 o ‘Face Mask Wearing Ordinance’ nga gipangamahan ni Kagawad Ian Mark Nacaya ug Kagawad Edgar Cabanlas nagmando sa tanang katawhan nga mosulod sa syudad ug sa mga public places nga magsul-ob og face masks ilabina nga gipailawon ang dakbayan sa community quarantine.

Samtang gipasabot usab sa mayor nga gihan-ay na ang proseso sa pag-apod-apod sa 200,000 ka libo nga face masks alang niadtong walay ikapalit niini.

Penalties of both ordinances includes:

  • a. 1st Offense - 2 hours community service
  • b. 2nd Offense - 4 hours community service
  • c. 3rd & Subsequent Offenses - 8 hours community service

Sunday, April 12, 2020

Community Quarantine in CDO Nagpadayon pa!


Mayor Moreno said while the number of admissions to the Northern Mindanao Medical Center (NMMC) and City Health Office data show a decline in the number of Persons Under Monitoring (PUMs) and Persons Under Investigation (PUIs), the citywide quarantine remains in effect.

DOH-10 asks parents: Help front liners, keep families safe at home. Rather than become complacent and careless, Cagayan de Oro City residents should remain vigilant and keep themselves safe by staying at home and avoiding crowds while the COVID-19 threat still persists in other parts of the country.

Mga malls, shopping centers, sinehan, recreational ug entertainment establishments, internet and gaming shops are still advised to be closed under the Executive Order numbers: 048-2020, 049-2020 and 054-2020.

Tuesday, March 3, 2020

BIG BITE Northern Mindanao Food Festival 2020

BIG BITE Northern Mindanao Food Festival - The Amazing Catch of Northern Mindanao. Enjoy a wide selection of grub and amazing food experience from March 5 to 8 at the Activity Center and Gardens of Centrio Ayala Mall.

Spice up your weekend with Chef Jose Sarasola and Taste Buddies' Gil Cuerva and Benjamin Alves.

What's Cooking this year?

- Dip into the experience of the food scenes of Northern Mindanao, check out waves of Amazing local food concepts, more new culinary discoveries, listen to some foodies and explore what they have to say about the foods in Northern Mindanao.

Thursday, February 27, 2020

Yellow Cab UNLI MADNESS Promo

Craving for Pizza? or Chicken Wings? Good news, you will fill your cravings only for today at Yellowcab's UNLI Madness - Unlimited Pizza (New York Classic, Hawaiian, and Cheese) and unlimited wings (Hot Chix and Sweet Soy)!

Promo Mechanics

  • Enjoy 2 hours of unlimited pizza and wings for only P399 when you dine-in at any Yellow Cab participating store on February 28, 2020 only.
  • Customers can choose from New York Classic, Hawaiian, or Cheese for the pizza, and Hot Chix or Sweet Soy for the wings.
  • Promo price is P399/head (VAT inclusive).
  • Available for dine-in transactions only on February 28, 2020 during store business hours.
  • This promotion is available at Yellow Cab participating stores nationwide. See list below for participating stores.
  • This offer is not valid in conjunction with any other promotion or discount.
  • In the purchase of goods and services which are on promotional discount, the Senior Citizen or Person with Disability can avail of either the promotional discount or the discount provided under the expanded Senior Citizens Act of 2010, whichever is higher, but not both. VAT exemption will still be applied for this offer.
  • Per DTI Fair Trade Permit No. FTEB 03272 Series of 2020

Terms and Conditions

  • No reservations.
  • No wrist tag, no pizza or wings. Wrist tags indicating the start and end times must be worn at all times.
  • No sharing. All diners sharing a table must avail the Unli Madness offer. Parties who share will be charged an additional P399 per head.
  • No leftovers and no take-out. Customers will be charged an additional P399 for wastage of food.
  • Customers are not allowed to avail the promo 15 minutes before store closing time or 11:59PM, whichever comes first.
  • Customer will be given an initial quantity of 2 x ½ slice of pizza and/or 4pcs. wings (2 wingettes and 2 drumettes) with their choice of flavor: New York Classic, Hawaiian, or Cheese for the pizza, and Hot Chix and Sweet Soy for the wings.
  • Customers will be given ½ pizza slice and/or 2pcs. wings (1 wingette and 1 drumette) every refills.
  • Customer may choose different flavors for their refills. Previous serving must be fully consumed before being refilled.

Participating Stores in Cagayan de Oro City:

  • Yellow Cab Centrio Mall, CDO
  • Yellow Cab Limketkai Center, CDO
  • Yellow Cab SM CDO