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FILE PHOTO: An area on granular lockdown as such a scheme will be pilot tested in Metro Manila to stop the spread of the more contagious Delta variant of the coronavirus. INQUIRER/NINO JESUS ORBETA

MANILA, Philippines — Malacañang on Saturday said the Inter-Agency Task Force (IATF) has approved the Phase Four implementation of the COVID-19 alert level system to cover the rest of the country.

Cabinet Secretary Karlo Nograles who is now the acting Palace spokesperson said five areas will be placed under alert level 3 and 19 areas will be placed under Alert Level 3.

The following areas will be under their respective alert levels from November 22 to 30, according to Nograles.

Here are the areas under Alert Level 3:

Apayao
Mountain Province
Ifugao
Dinagat Island
Sulu

Areas placed under Alert Level 2:

Cordillera Administrative Region

Benguet
Abra
Kalinga

Mimaropa

Oriental Mindoro
Puerto Princesa
Marinduque
Romblon
Palawan
Occidental Mindoro

Caraga Region

Butuan City
Surigao del Norte
Agusan del Sur
Surigao del Sur
Agusan del Norte

Bangsamoro Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (BARMM)

Basilan
Cotabato City,
Tawi-Tawi,
Lanao del Sur
Maguindanao

The five-tier COVID-19 alert level system was first used in Metro Manila on September 16. Metro Manila is currently under Alert Level 2.

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