You Can Now Exercise in Rizal Park, Just Bring Face Masks

Health protocols will still be in place.

Photography: National Parks Development Committee

In case you missed it, Rizal Park is now open to the public for exercise only, and not leisure. The central section will be open 5 a.m. to 9 a.m. daily.

The National Parks Development Committee said new health protocols will be enforced to ensure the safety of visitors. Prior to entering, guests must check-in via Facebook Messenger or text message. Afterwards, a health declaration form accessible via QR code must be filled up.

Health protocols such as social distancing and wearing of masks will still be in place.

Those interested to go are encouraged to apply for an entry request ahead of time for a smooth check-in. Entry requests are valid for 1 day, and permit multiple entry and exit during park hours.

Here’s how to apply for an entry request to Rizal Park:

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The park’s Promenade Area was open to visitors last July, but closed its doors again when Metro Manila shifted to the stricter modified enhanced community quarantine on Aug. 4.

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* Minor edits have been made by the editors.

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