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Spooky sirens roar during curfew hours in Negros Occidental went viral

The Philippines is working hard to limit the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) as the country has confirmed 707 cases and 45 deaths so far, and among them are nine doctors.

The Philippines has now placed under enhanced community quarantine since March 16. Local government units are now making ways to let their people stay at home  by imposing curfew. 

The order requires all people to stay in their homes during the curfew hours for their own safety.

Cops and firefighters in Pampanga placed an empty coffin at a checkpoint to warn residents who refuse to stay at home amid the Luzon-wide quarantine. Photo Credit: GMA News / FB.

While other places in the country are using coffin at a checkpoint to warn stubborn residents who refuse to stay home, this place in Negros Occidental uses another approached by playing loud creepy sirens during curfew hours.

Strict travel restrictions are implemented as President Rodrigo Duterte placed the whole of Luzon under enhanced community quarantine.

According to the guidelines released by the Palace, everyone is required to stay at home and only one person per household is allowed to go outside to buy their daily necessities.

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