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MANILA Reuters - Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte eased one of the toughest and longest lockdowns in the world for residents in the capital Manila from June 1, even as the country saw its biggest spike in coronavirus cases on Thursday. The Philippines reported infections on Thursday, the highest daily tally since it recorded its first case of the coronavirus in January. The new cases brought the nationwide tally to 15,, of which have led to deaths. Manila's lockdown will this weekend surpass the day quarantine of Wuhan, the Chinese city where the first outbreak of the coronavirus was detected.
The easing could help to reduce damage to an economy that is facing its deepest contraction in 34 years. The economy unexpectedly shrank 0. Mobility data from Apple for people driving shows how sharply activity slowed in the Philippines and how low it has remained compared to countries which also imposed tough lockdowns such as Italy and India.
The more relaxed rules will be in place from June 1 to 15, and local officials can still place communities deemed as high risk under lockdown.
Health authorities have conducted nearly , tests since January, equivalent to about 0. Gatherings of up to 10 people will be allowed. Workplaces, shops and some public transportation will reopen and movement in and out of Manila will be permitted, provided the people wear masks and observe social distancing. Schools, universities, tourist destinations and dine-in restaurants will stay closed, however, while stay-at-home orders will remain for the elderly and children.
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