Last month, Baguio City proudly announced that they were able to flatten the curve. Since then, several reports have been released on how they have been maintaining social distancing in their city. And we can definitely learn a thing or two from them.
To ensure that everyone maintains social distancing during the extended Enhanced Community Quarantine (ECQ), the Baguio City Police Office painted circles a meter apart on the ground on the way to the markets. Photos were posted on Baguio Midland Courier’s Facebook page to showcase what it looks like:
After public transportation was allowed by the local government to transport frontliners, drivers in Baguio have also come up with a way to maintain social distancing in their jeepneys: by stringing up plastic sheets to serve as dividers. Alcohol bottles are also placed in each jeep for passengers to use.
Watch this video for more details:
Do you think we should do the same in the Metro?
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