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Laviña Boulevard, Ballpark in Valencia temporarily closed


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MALAYBALAY CITY (May 19) – Mayor Azucena P. Huervas has ordered the temporary closure of Juanito Laviña Boulevard and Nonoy Laviña Ballpark in Brgy. Batangan, Valencia City.

The local chief executive on May 18 issued memorandum order No. 11-2021.

She addressed the implementation order to Atty. Genaro C. Cadigal Jr., the city administrator, and all 31 barangay chairpersons.

The measure is aimed to prevent the increase of Covid-19 cases in the city.

The holding of all kinds of non-essential meetings and activities such as festivals, concerts, exhibitions, tours, reunions, promotions, contact sports activities, live entertainment and shows in all city and covered courts and multi-purpose buildings were also prohibited.

However, the order said essential activities such as aid distribution, agricultural and financial assistance, vaccinations, medical programs, urgent meetings, official sessions or authorized commemorations, and other indispensable government-related activities, or emergencies may be conducted in these government facilities provided all protocols and minimum health standards are strictly observed.

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