Another round of quarantine as the nation continues its battle against COVID-19 and its new variants.
Previously only for areas under MECQ, the LTO has extended the validity of plate numbers ending in 6 and 7 for the entire country.
The IATF is allowing trips between NCR Plus areas which include Metro Manila, Bulacan, Cavite, Laguna, and Rizal.
Some areas, however, will remain under MECQ until the end of May.
Motorists will be able to freely travel without the fear of being flagged down for coding until the end of MECQ.
The three-month extension gives the public more time to schedule an appointment to renew their expired licenses and permits.
The LTO states that there will be no penalty fees for licenses that have expired during MECQ.
Then again, it’s a good thing the validity of vehicle registrations were extended.
In keeping in line with MEQC protocols the PNP have place checkpoints on NLEX and SCTEX.
Quarantine passes will be required once again.
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Nissan Philippines reopens select dealerships with new health and safety guidelines.
Following ECQ guidelines, most dealerships in the country closed, but following MECQ and GCQ, car showrooms can open their doors once again.