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All land, sea, and air transport will be suspended in the Metro Manila region from Sunday through April 14, Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte said in an address to the country yesterday.
Metro Manila, also known as the National Capital Region, is home to 12.8 million people across 16 cities.
Duterte said the Philippine National Police and military will work with a coronavirus task force to implement the restrictions, adding that these measures do not constitute martial law. He also called for neighborhoods to go into quarantine when cases are confirmed.
Duterte added that public transportation would remain operational but social distancing must be enforced, according to state-run Philippine New Agency.
The country has 52 confirmed cases, according to the World Health Organziation, most of which were reported in the past week.
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