Rizal Park, also known as the Luneta Park, is officially reopening to the public today, August 24.
In a Facebook post, the National Parks Development Committee (NPDC) announced that the central part of the park can now be visited but only for one purpose: not for leisure activities, but for exercise.
“We are happy to announce that Luneta / Rizal Park’s central section will open once again FOR EXERCISE ONLY starting Monday, August 24, 2020 – from 5AM-9AM everyday,” they wrote.
The also said that they will be implementing new health protocols that require visitors to “check-in” using a QR code and an entry request form. Entry requests are only valid for one day with multiple entries and exits during the operating hours allowed.
Check out their post below to find out how to gain access to the park:
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