Jogging, recreational cycling, not allowed in MOA, CCP Complex

Published March 29, 2021, 1:25 PM

by Dhel Nazario

Unless you’re heading for work, you won’t be allowed to bike in the areas of Mall of Asia (MOA) as well as the Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP), the Pasay City Police said.


This measure will be in place during the implementation of the Enhanced Community Quarantine (ECQ) in the National Capital Region Plus (NCR-plus) from March 29 to April 4.

“Bawal..pati cyclist at e-Bikers or rollerskater sa MOA at CCP Complex. Magpapalagay ako ng tarpaulin sa mga entrances. Unless dadaan ka papunta sa trabaho mo (I will put up signs at the entrances that cyclists, bikers, eBikers, rollerskaters are not allowed in MOA and CCP Complex unless they are going to work),” Pasay City Police Chief Col. Cesar Paday-os said in a text message.

Police officers have been monitoring these areas in Pasay City where joggers, bikers, and those who love to exercise or do other recreational activities have been known to flock.

Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) cases continue to increase in Pasay City. As of its last update, the city logged a total of 818 active cases with 116 new cases.

Pasay City General Hospital (PGCH) remains at full capacity as of March 27, with all eight of its Intensive Care Unit (ICU) beds all occupied and 28 of its beds for COVID-19 completely occupied.