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Some tourist spots in Tagaytay now open to public


Some tourist spots in Tagaytay are now open to the public as the city is now under modified general community quarantine.

According to Katrina Son's report on "24 Oras," the Sky Ranch and the Praying Hands monument have started to welcome visitors on Friday.

Sky Ranch is operating under 50% capacity to ensure social distancing and only those aged 21 to 59 are allowed entry in the premises.

"'Yung mga vulnerable groups po like pregnant women, 'yung mga kids po, as of now, as per guideline din po ng IATF, hindi po muna sila puwedeng pumasok," said marketing officer Rachelle Anne Campillanes.

The amusement park will also accept only 5,000 daily visitors compared to its usual traffic of 15,000 to 30,000 visitors.

Visitors have to go through temperature check upon entry. They also have fill out contact tracing and health declaration forms.

Rides will enforce social distancing and will be disinfected immediately after each cycle.

Sky Ranch is open on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday from 10 am to 7 pm. —MGP, GMA News

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