Minors five years old and above can enjoy non-contact activities at 19 child-friendly safe zones identified by the Quezon City government. This includes outdoor games, exercise, sports, other leisure activities, as well as al fresco dining. The Inter-Agency Task Force for the Management of Emerging Infectious Diseases (IATF) recently eased restrictions on children’s movement.
For the minors to be able to go out, their guardian must be a fully vaccinated adult. The city released a statement that said, in part, that “within the Child-Friendly Safe Zone, groups gathered together may not exceed ten persons and must continue following minimum health protocols”.
The safe zones are: Quezon Memorial Circle, Ninoy Aquino Parks and Wildlife Center, Quezon City Hall Urban Farming Area, Amoranto Stadium, Project 6 Park, Masambong Park, Manresa Park, Dapitan Park, IBP Park, Camerino Park, Project 4 Park, Bernardo Park, Roces Park, Hayaville II Park, Toro HIlls Park, Blue Ridge B Park, CP Garcia Park, Mira NIla Park.
Applications are open for other parks and similar suitable locations with the PDAD (Parks Development and Administration Department) through PDAD@quezoncity.gov.ph while malls and commercial establishments with open-air locations may apply for approval within the BPLD (Business Permits and Licensing Department) through admin.BPLD@quezoncity.gov.ph