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New IATF resolution relaxes business, travel restrictions

New IATF resolution relaxes business, travel restrictions

Oct. 16 | Airport chairs with physical distancing signages| Image by MichaelGaida from Pixabay Amid gradual reopening of the economy, the Inter-Agency Task Force for the Management of Emerging Infectious Diseases (IATF) has released IATF Resolution No. 79, which...

Physical distance reduction in public transport on hold

Physical distance reduction in public transport on hold

Sep. 18 | Passenger terminal at Capinpin Port in Bataan | Photo from DOTr Implementation of the reduced physical distancing requirement among riders of public transportation has been suspended pending approval by Malacañang, presidential spokesperson Harry Roque,...

MARINA dictates optimum safe distance between ship passengers

MARINA dictates optimum safe distance between ship passengers

Sep. 17 | The Maritime Industry Authority (MARINA) has issued new guidelines on the optimum safe physical distance and number of passengers required on board passenger vessels. Under MARINA Advisory 2020-69 dated September 11, the physical distance required between...

NCR, 4 others under GCQ in Sept

NCR, 4 others under GCQ in Sept

Sep. 1 | President Rodrigo Duterte during a public address televised on August 31 | Presidential Photo/Toto Lozano The National Capital Region, Bulacan and Batangas remain under general community quarantine (GCQ) for the month of September. Tacloban and Bacolod...

Shipper’s Protection Office open to complaints against shipping lines

Shipper’s Protection Office open to complaints against shipping lines

Aug. 27 | Image by MichaelGaida from Pixabay The Shippers’ Protection Office (SPO) under the Philippine Ports Authority (PPA) is now accepting complaints concerning shipping fees and charges even as it awaits rules of procedures from the Department of Transportation...

4 areas back to GCQ; MM still under MECQ until Aug 18

4 areas back to GCQ; MM still under MECQ until Aug 18

Aug. 15 | Nueva Ecija, Batangas, Quezon, and Iloilo City will revert to general community quarantine (GCQ) from the modified GCQ (MGCQ) status from August 16 to August 31, said Presidential spokesperson Harry Roque on August 15. Cebu City, Lapu Lapu City, Mandaue...

RapidPass ID remains valid during MECQ

RapidPass ID remains valid during MECQ

Aug. 11 | The RapidPass ID of workers in sectors allowed to operate during the modified enhanced community quarantine (MECQ) remains valid for presentation at checkpoints. In an August 8 advisory, the Department of Information and Communications Technology (DICT)...

SCAn Reporter now in Apple Store

SCAn Reporter now in Apple Store

Jul. 8 | The SCAn Reporter, a mobile app that can report logistics and supply chain issues directly to the government, is now available for download in the Apple Store. SCAn Reporter, which was launched together with the Supply Chain Analytics (SCAn) Dashboard...

Domestic lines ordered to cut agri, food shipping rates by 40%

Domestic lines ordered to cut agri, food shipping rates by 40%

Jun. 27 | Manila North Harbor The Department of Transportation (DOTr) has directed all domestic shipping lines to extend a shipping rate discount of at least 40% on all agricultural and food products. At the same time, they were ordered to allocate no less than...

Shippers get 8 days’ free time for cargoes unloaded by foreign liners

Shippers get 8 days’ free time for cargoes unloaded by foreign liners

Jun. 26 | Image by Alexander Kliem from Pixabay The Department of Transportation (DOTr) has ordered international shipping lines to implement a minimum free time period of eight days for cargoes unloaded from date of discharge at any port in the Philippines. DOTr...