By Marisol Bo-oc | 06:37 PM February 27, 2022

Bohol will remain under Covid-19 Alert Level 2 until March 15, Malacañang announced Sunday.

Bohol has been under Alert Level 2 since the start of this month.

Aside from Bohol, areas that will be placed under Covid-19 Alert Level 2 from March 1 to 15 are:

Luzon
Benguet
Ifugao
Mountain Province
Nueva Vizcaya
Nueva Ecija
Zambales
Batangas
Lucena City
Quezon Province
Rizal
Occidental Mindoro
Oriental Mindoro
Palawan
Albay
Camarines Norte
Camarines Sur
Masbate
Sorsogon

Visayas
Antique
Iloilo City
Iloilo Province
Negros Occidental
Bohol
Cebu Province
Cebu City
Lapu-Lapu City
Mandaue City
Negros Oriental
Eastern Samar
Leyte
Northern Samar
Ormoc City
Southern Leyte
Tacloban City
Western Samar

Mindanao
City of Isabela, Zamboanga del Sur
Zamboanga del Norte
Zamboanga Sibugay
Bukidnon
Iligan City
Lanao del Norte
Misamis Occidental
Misamis Oriental
Davao De Oro
Davao Del Sur
Davao Del Norte
Davao Oriental
Davao Occidental
General Santos City
North Cotabato
Sarangani
South Cotabato
Sultan Kudarat
Surigao del Norte
Surigao del Sur
Agusan del Norte
Agusan del Sur
Butuan City
Dinagat Islands
Basilan
Maguindanao
Sulu
Tawi-Tawi
Cotabato City
Lanao Del Sur

The Inter-Agency Task Force (IATF) placed the following areas under Alert Level 1 from March 1 to 15:

Luzon
Abra
Apayao
Baguio City
Kalinga
Dagupan City
Ilocos Norte
Ilocos Sur
La Union
Pangasinan
Batanes
Cagayan
City of Santiago, Isabela
Quirino
Angeles City
Aurora
Bataan
Bulacan
Olongapo City
Pampanga
Tarlac
Cavite
Laguna
Marinduque
Puerto Princesa City
Romblon
Naga City
Catanduanes

Visayas
Aklan
Bacolod City
Capiz
Guimaras
Siquijor
Biliran

Mindanao
Zamboanga City
Cagayan de Oro City
Camiguin
Davao City

Health Secretary Francisco Duque III said last Thursday that the National Capital Region (NCR) was ready to deescalate to an Alert Level 1 given its current metrics.

Duque noted that 83% of the NCR’s senior citizens had been vaccinated, while over 100% of its target population were fully vaccinated against Covid-19.

OCTA Research on Tuesday also reported that the positivity rate in the NCR had decreased to 4.9%, lower than the recommended 5% of the World Health Organization.

By Bohol Island News

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