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The COVID-19 pandemic has shut down or delayed production of television programs across the world. In the Philippines, Eat Bulaga! became the first television program to take major action related to the coronavirus when it suspended the admission of a live audience to APT Studios on 9 March 2020. Both ABS-CBN and GMA Network subsequently announced similar suspensions for their live television shows.

As a result of the temporary closure of its studio doors, Eat Bulaga! slightly modified the format of its segments by making online and home viewers more involved. Barangay appearances were later halted when the government announced an imminent enhanced community quarantine (ECQ) on Metro Manila to combat the continued spread of the disease.

On 14 March 2020, ABS-CBN and GMA Network announced that they will suspend production of their network-produced drama and live entertainment shows the following day to comply with the enhanced community quarantine. GMA Network advised its blocktimers and co-producers such as Eat Bulaga! and Wowowin to also follow the community quarantine guidelines by shutting down their live production.

Beginning on 16 March 2020, replays of old Eat Bulaga! episodes were shown on its noontime timeslot. The re-airing of past episodes lasted for almost three months.

On 8 June 2020, Eat Bulaga! finally restarted its live telecast as quarantine measures were eased nationwide. However, APT Studios remains closed to its studio audience due to the continuous threat of the coronavirus.

On 4 August 2020, the government reverted Metro Manila and neighboring provinces to modified enhanced community quarantine (MECQ). The reimposition of the stricter quarantine measures forced Eat Bulaga! to suspend its live production once again.

Impact on production

Closure of APT Studios to the public

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A sign in front of APT Studios was posted to inform its closure to the public

On 9 March 2020, Eat Bulaga! took early action by suspending the admission of a live studio audience at APT Studios, becoming the first Philippine television program to do so. In an official statement released on its social media accounts, the temporary closure to the public was meant to "help prevent the spread of the virus and to ensure the health and safety of its talent, staff, crew, and members of its audience". The decision was made after the first COVID-19 cases in Cainta, Rizal—the location of APT Studios—were confirmed.[1]

The show went on-air beginning with an announcement from the hosts regarding the decision to close the studio. Banners were also posted in front of APT Studios to inform its closure to the public.

While there was no audience in the studio, the other hosts were still allowed to visit barangays for their segments Barangay Olympics 2020 and #Coca-Cola: Gawin Mong Moment.

Discontinuation of barangay segments

On 13 March 2020, Eat Bulaga! halted all of its barangay appearances in response to the government's announcement of a community quarantine which would heavily restrict domestic land travel to and from Metro Manila. As a result, Barangay Olympics 2020 was converted into a studio segment under a new title Bulagaan Olympics 2020. Celebrities and their friends were invited to compete in the game instead. Meanwhile, Coca-Cola: #GawinMongMoment became a home viewer portion.

First suspension of live production due to enhanced community quarantine (ECQ)

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Eat Bulaga!'s last moments on air before indefinitely suspending its live production

On 14 March 2020, Eat Bulaga! aired its last live show. At the end of the program, Vic Sotto reminded viewers to practice social distancing and other preventive measures against the coronavirus and expressed that the noontime show will return.

After the episode, Eat Bulaga! halted its whole live production in order to comply with the government's enhanced community quarantine. All of the segments in its lineup were indefinitely suspended. Beginning on 16 March 2020, replays of Eat Bulaga!'s old segments and other iconic presentations were shown on its noontime timeslot.

The COVID-19 pandemic also impeded the cast from producing new episodes for the annual Eat Bulaga's Lenten Special for the 2020 Holy Week. Episodes from the 2019 edition were aired instead.

Resumption of live telecast

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Wally, Jose, Maine, Alden, and Paolo return to APT Studios, while Vic hosts remotely at home

On 7 June 2020, Eat Bulaga! released a teaser video announcing the return of Eat Bulaga! live on television. The video showed APT Studio being thoroughly disinfected for the return of its staff. After 85 days of being shut down, Eat Bulaga! finally went live on 8 June 2020. The decision to resume the live telecast was made by the management after the government eased quarantine measures nationwide.

After Vic Sotto officially announcing the return of the show, the hosts performed an opening production in the studio and in their homes, while maintaining physical distancing and wearing masks. Although not verbally emphasized, hosts who are senior citizens and kids are joining from their homes via Zoom to comply with the government's guidelines that seniors aged 60 and above and youths aged below 21 years old must stay at home.[2]

Despite the return of its live production, APT Studios remains closed to the public due to the continuous threat of COVID-19. Barangay segments also remain suspended.

Celebration of the show's 41st anniversary

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Tito, Vic, and Joey virtually blow a candle to celebrate the show's 41st anniversary

Eat Bulaga! celebrated its 41st anniversary on 30 July 2020. With the COVID-19 pandemic still raging, only a small number of hosts—Jose Manalo, Wally Bayola, Paolo Ballesteros, Maine Mendoza, and Allan K—celebrated the anniversary in the studio with a simple production number. The other co-hosts joined the opening number by dancing at home via video call. Former co-hosts Sherilyn Reyes-Tan, Julia Clarete, Isabelle Daza, and Gladys Guevarra also appeared in the opening performance as they danced along with the other Dabarkads.

Tito Sotto, Vic Sotto, and Joey de Leon blew out a candle numbered '1' on top of a birthday cake, signifying Eat Bulaga!'s first celebration of its anniversary during the "new normal". The hosts offered a one-minute prayer for the world to overcome and recover from the COVID-19 pandemic.

Eat Bulaga! also announced the return of its EBest scholarship program. This time, scholarship grants will be given to final-year medical students who will become future frontliners. The first recipient—Joeffrey S. Mambucon of San Fernando, Bukidnon—was awarded during the anniversary episode after Eat Bulaga! was inspired by his achievement as the first Tigwahanon Manobo doctor of medicine.

Second suspension of live production due to modified enhanced community quarantine (MECQ)

On 4 August 2020, the Philippine government placed Metro Manila and the surrounding provinces under modified enhanced community quarantine (MECQ) amid rising COVID-19 infections overwhelming the country's healthcare system. As a result of the reimplementation of the stricter quarantine measures, Eat Bulaga! halted its live production once again and opted to replay old episodes of its past segments.

Fate of planned segments

Prior to the COVID-19 crisis, Eat Bulaga! already announced several new segments that it was planning to premiere in 2020. However, the fate of the segments remains unknown due to the uncertainties brought about by the pandemic.

  • Tatak Eat Bulaga! Grand Showdown was also announced as early as 30 July 2019. The segment would have brought together the grand winners of the 15 iconic Eat Bulaga! segments that were revived in 2019 and 2020 in a highly-anticipated grand showdown. Just prior to the suspension of live shows, Eat Bulaga! held the grand finals of Tsuperstar, the 15th and final segment before the show planned to move forward with the grand showdown.
  • Miss Millennial Philippines 2020 is an annual beauty pageant that usually premieres sometime in late August. To select its candidates, Eat Bulaga! taps recently-crowned winners of local pageants across the Philippines. Prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, five candidates have already been confirmed for the 2020 edition of the beauty pageant. Because the government banned large public gatherings during the crisis, many local beauty pageants were canceled or postponed, which also halted Eat Bulaga!'s search of candidates for Miss Millennial Philippines 2020.
  • Cash Landing On You was revealed by Joey de Leon on 6 March 2020 as an upcoming segment. Eat Bulaga! then released teasers of the upcoming segment during its telecast. The segment's title is a parody of the popular South Korean television series Crash Landing on You.

Eat Bulaga!'s support of mitigation and relief efforts

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On 19 March 2020, Maine Mendoza launched her own online fund drive called "DoNation Drive" for daily wage earners whose livelihoods were affected by the community quarantine in Metro Manila. For every household that she can help, she promises to give them ₱1,000 for their groceries and other essentials.

Eat Bulaga! and TAPE, Inc. donated three brand-new 3D printers to the University of Santo Tomas to help in producing personal protective equipment (PPE) for frontliners. The university expressed its gratitude via a Facebook post. Eat Bulaga! also partnered with home appliance company and longtime sponsor, Hanabishi, in donating electric fans to Pasig City Children’s Hospital in order to help ease the condition of patients diagnosed with COVID-19.

Vic Sotto launched the Kabuhayan ni Juan project during his Facebook Live birthday live stream on 28 April 2020. As part of the project, Eat Bulaga! made DVD copies of its Eat Bulaga! Silver Special available to the public for purchase. Revenue from the sales will be used to help small businesses who were affected by the long-running community quarantine. They later reintroduced the Kalyeserye and Aleng Maliit bobblehead dolls whose sales revenue will also be used to fund the project.

Replayed episodes during the ECQ shutdown

Because the COVID-19 pandemic halted live production, Eat Bulaga! opted to re-air past episodes of some of its iconic segments during the shutdown. As one of its most popular segments at the time before the shutdown, Bawal Judgmental! was replayed every day in order to maintain the interest of the viewers for the segment. Throughout May 2020, Kalyeserye re-aired its first few episodes leading up to the historic "Sa Tamang Panahon" due to popular demand by the fans of AlDub. A variety of other old segments and iconic presentations were also shown to fill the show's noontime timeslot alongside the regularly replayed Bawal Judgmental! and Kalyeserye.

Replayed episodes of Bawal Judgmental!
Replay Date Judge(s) Guests Original air date
16 March 2020 Winwyn Marquez people with Down syndrome 7 February 2020
17 March 2020 John Lapus brokenhearted cardiologists 10 February 2020
18 March 2020 Rochelle Pangilinan young math prodigies 20 December 2019
19 March 2020 Ice Seguerra Suffer Sireynas 1 January 2020
20 March 2020 Carla Abellana GMA News Reporters 18 January 2020
21 March 2020 Kyo Quijano T.G.I.S. cast 27 February 2020
23 March 2020 Susan Enriquez persons living with HIV 7 December 2019
24 March 2020 Jasmine Curtis-Smith trans women 6 November 2019
25 March 2020 Maricel Soriano Dexter Belga and his love interests 23 November 2019
26 March 2020 Ruffa Gutierrez couples with large age gaps 9 November 2019
27 March 2020 Rita Daniela pilots 30 January 2020
28 March 2020 Philip Lazaro mothers of at least 11 children 21 November 2019
30 March 2020 Sef Cadayona married teacher-student couples 12 February 2020
31 March 2020 Super Tekla amateur singers 23 December 2019
1 April 2020 Ate Gay persons who have undergone cosmetic surgery 14 November 2019
2 April 2020 Love Añover male professional dancers 19 December 2019
3 April 2020 Gabbi Garcia male foreigners 25 February 2020
4 April 2020 Cherie Gil ex-convicts 30 November 2019
13 April 2020 Antoinette Taus stunt performers 16 January 2020
14 April 2020 Joyce Ching employed senior citizens 17 January 2020
15 April 2020 Klea Pineda mothers with a child who is on the autism spectrum 21 February 2020
16 April 2020 Danica Sotto-Pingris policemen and security guards 23 January 2020
17 April 2020 Rocco Nacino parents of multiple births 4 February 2020
18 April 2020 Boobsie Wonderland mostly bald men 29 October 2019
20 April 2020 James Yap couples whose wedding was held during
a natural disaster or had a strange motif
19 February 2020
21 April 2020 Melanie Marquez gay men, mostly just came out to
their parents during the segment
4 January 2020
22 April 2020 Buboy Villar graduates and students, mostly
graduated with latin honors
5 November 2019
23 April 2020 Miriam Quiambao YouTube vloggers 10 December 2019
24 April 2020 Jerald Napoles lady public utility vehicle (PUV) drivers 12 November 2019
25 April 2020 Pops Fernandez mothers who gave up their children for adoption 25 January 2020
27 April 2020 Ken Chan athletes, mostly SEA Games gold medalists 29 November 2019
28 April 2020 Epy Quizon housemaids 7 November 2019
29 April 2020 Carmina Villarroel former Binibining Pilipinas contestants 6 December 2019
30 April 2020 Jeffrey Santos adopted orphans 20 November 2019
1 May 2020 Rhian Ramos voice actors 14 January 2020
2 May 2020 Camille Prats
and VJ Yambao
couples who were engaged in the segment,
already married, or will be married in 2020
14 February 2020
4 May 2020 Jason Abalos nurses and doctors 13 January 2020
5 May 2020 Rachelle Ann Go single mothers of at least 7 children 20 January 2020
6 May 2020 Edgar Allan Guzman nannies for at least 12 years 22 January 2020
7 May 2020 Tessie Tomas pregnant women 20 February 2020
8 May 2020 Nicole Hyala mothers and daughters, mostly were either
or both beauty contest participants
31 January 2020
9 May 2020 Kim Domingo trans male mothers 4 March 2020
11 May 2020 Lovi Poe female Angkas and Grab drivers 2 March 2020
12 May 2020 Kyline Alcantara female students, mostly older women 9 December 2019
13 May 2020 Sunshine Dizon LGBT hunks 11 November 2019
14 May 2020 Mariz Umali cancer survivors 11 January 2020
15 May 2020 Kitkat singers and a violinist 16 November 2019
16 May 2020 Snooky Serna women who mostly became the
third party in a relationship
15 February 2020
18 May 2020 Glaiza de Castro mostly LGBT security guards 25 November 2019
19 May 2020 Zoren Legaspi plus-sized women and physically fit men 18 February 2020
20 May 2020 MJ Lastimosa former drug dependent people 19 November 2019
21 May 2020 Wilma Doesnt mostly personal assistants and
kumpares/kumares of celebrities
12 December 2019
22 May 2020 Gladys Reyes mostly garbage collectors 31 October 2019
23 May 2020 Dingdong Dantes
and Marian Rivera
intelligent girls 7 March 2020
25 May 2020 Barbie Forteza mostly feng shui experts 24 January 2020
26 May 2020 Kristoffer Martin ladies of Visayan descent 15 January 2020
27 May 2020 China Cojuangco-Gonzalez mostly female sari-sari store owners 6 March 2020
28 May 2020 Dean Mendoza female vloggers 3 March 2020
29 May 2020 Boobay little persons and their spouses 28 November 2019
30 May 2020 Heart Evangelista That's Entertainment cast members 14 March 2020
1 June 2020 Yoyong Martirez married grade school/high school/college sweethearts 5 February 2020
2 June 2020 Ralph Joseph Lopez mostly children of celebrities 24 December 2019
3 June 2020 Derrick Monasterio lesbian and gay couples 5 December 2019
4 June 2020 Kristine Hermosa married couples who mostly fought for their love 29 February 2020
5 June 2020 Bea Binene trans and cis women 21 January 2020
6 June 2020 Isko Moreno overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) 1 February 2020
8 June 2020 Nathaniel Cruz inventors 28 January 2020
9 June 2020 Angelu De Leon married couples who are mostly newlyweds 2 December 2019
10 June 2020 Sheena Halili mostly people who topped their board exam 22 November 2019
Replayed episodes of Kalyeserye
Replay date Episode Day Original air date
2 April 2020 "Sa Tamang Panahon" 87 24 October 2015
4 May 2020 "Ang Simula ng Forever" 1 16 July 2015
"Yaya, Babaeng Filipina!" 2 17 July 2015
"First "On-screen" Kiss" 3 18 July 2015
"Alden, Where Na You?" 5 21 July 2015
5 May 2020 "Babala Asawa Ni Babalu! (AlDub 1st Weeksary!)" 7 23 July 2015
6 May 2020 "Ang Secret Diary" 10 27 July 2015
7 May 2020 "Ang Fifty One Thousand Five Hundred Million (2nd Weeksary)" 13 30 July 2015
"Huli Ka, Lola!" 15 1 August 2015
8 May 2020 "The YaKie Proposal and Engagement (3rd Weeksary)" 19 6 August 2015
"The Runaway Bride" 20 7 August 2015
9 May 2020 "The YaKie Wedding (The Wedding Crasher)" 21 8 August 2015
11 May 2020 "Ang Unang Sulyap" 24 12 August 2015
12 May 2020 "Run, Alden, Run!" 27 15 August 2015
13 May 2020 "The YaKie Wedding (Ang Katotohanan!)" 33 22 August 2015
14 May 2020 "Kilig Pa More!" 42 2 September 2015
15 May 2020 "Swim, Alden, Swim!" 39 29 August 2015
16 May 2020 "Plywood" 45 5 September 2015
18 May 2020 "The Kidnap: Si Alden Naman! (8th Weeksary)" 49 10 September 2015
19 May 2020 "Ang Muling Pagkikita" 51 12 September 2015
20 May 2020 "EAT's a Date! (Happy 9th Weeksary!)" 55 17 September 2015
21 May 2020 "AlDub's First Date" 57 19 September 2015
22 May 2020 "Happy AlDub 10th Weeksary!" 61 24 September 2015
23 May 2020 "Ang Pagdalaw sa Mansyon (National Pabebe Wave Day)" 63 26 September 2015
25 May 2020 "Tinidora And Bill" 66 30 September 2015
26 May 2020 "Live Laugh Love" 69 3 October 2015
27 May 2020 "Paalam Yaya" 78 14 October 2015
28 May 2020 "The Big Surprise!" 81 17 October 2015
29 May 2020 "The Truth" 82 19 October 2015
30 May 2020 "Sa Tamang Panahon" 87 24 October 2015
Replayed episodes of other segments and specials
Replay date Segment/Special Episode Original air date
16 March 2020 EB 90's Dance Contest grand finals 11 January 2020
17 March 2020 Maid in the Philippines 2019 grand finals 17 August 2019
18 March 2020 Hype Kang Bata Ka! 2020 grand finals 29 February 2020
19 March 2020 Macho Men 2019 grand finals 2 November 2019
20 March 2020 Bebot 2019 grand finals 10 August 2019
21 March 2020 Miss Millennial Philippines 2019 grand finals 26 October 2019
23 March 2020 40th anniversary celebration 30 July 2019
24 March 2020 Little Miss Philippines 2019 grand finals 20 July 2019
25 March 2020 You're My Foreignoy 2019 grand finals 21 September 2019
26 March 2020 Palaro ni Mayor Dabarkads hosts edition 25 May 2019
Tunog Tao 1999 grand finals 15 May 1999
27 March 2020 Talaga Ha? Sige Na Nga! grand finals 6 March 2004
28 March 2020 10th anniversary celebration 23 September 1989
30 March 2020 EB 80's Dance Hits grand finals 24 August 2019
31 March 2020 Birit Bagets grand finals 7 July 2001
1 April 2020 Pamana (comedy horror telemovie) 28 July 2018
2 April 2020 EveryJuan sa Barangay (40th anniversary production number) 27 July 2019
3 April 2020 Eat Bulaga's Lenten Special 2014 "Anyo ng Pag-Ibig" 16 April 2014
4 April 2020 Eat Bulaga's Lenten Special 2015 "Pinagpalang Ama" 31 March 2015
5 April 2020 Eat Bulaga's Lenten Special 2019 "Bulawan" 15 April 2019
6 April 2020 Eat Bulaga's Lenten Special 2019 "Byaheng Broken Hearted" 16 April 2019
7 April 2020 Eat Bulaga's Lenten Special 2019 "Ikigai" 17 April 2019
13 April 2020 Eat Bulaga's Lenten Special 2015 "Lukso ng Dugo" 30 March 2015
14 April 2020 33rd anniversary celebration 18 August 2012
15 April 2020 Mr. Pogi 2019 grand finals 3 August 2019
16 April 2020 Little Miss Philippines 2012 grand finals 9 June 2012
17 April 2020 Pamilyang Pinoy Henyo grand finals 19 January 2013
18 April 2020 Eat Bulaga's Lenten Special 2016 "God Gave Me You" 23 March 2016
20 April 2020 That's My Boy 2019 grand finals 14 September 2019
21 April 2020 #Dabarkads Goals: The Ultimate Battle grand finals 29 July 2017
22 April 2020 Just Duet grand finals 7 May 2016
23 April 2020 Juan for All, All for Juan Juanito Camacho, Jr. 20 July 2012
24 April 2020 Super Sireyna 2013 grand finals 27 July 2013
25 April 2020 Eat Bulaga! Silver Special 19 November 2004
27 April 2020 Bulagaan University 2017 8 July 2017
Jackpot En Poy Arnold Clavio, Nathaniel Cruz,
Bobby Baruelo, and Ronald dela Rosa
4 April 2017
28 April 2020 National B Day! (Vic Sotto's birthday celebration) 6 May 2017
Jackpot En Poy Efren "Bata" Reyes, Nora Aunor,
Ivan Mayrina, and Raymund Isaac
11 March 2017
29 April 2020 Jackpot En Poy Sonny Angara, JV Ejercito,
Gringo Honasan, Manny Pacquaio
25 March 2017
Juan for All, All for Juan Nanay Antonina Alcachupas 28 January 2019
30 April 2020 BakClash The Grand Showdown 30 March 2019
1 May 2020 Hype Kang Bata Ka! 2018 grand showdown 20 October 2018
2 May 2020 Pinoy Henyo High Pautakan grand finals 25 May 2013
4 May 2020 Bulaga Pa More!: Dabarkads Pa More! Aiza Seguerra vs. Paolo Ballesteros 3 August 2015
5 May 2020 Bulaga Pa More!: Dabarkads Pa More! Pauleen Luna vs. Julia Clarete 4 August 2015
6 May 2020 Bulaga Pa More!: Dabarkads Pa More! Anjo Yllana vs. Pia Guanio 5 August 2015
7 May 2020 Bulaga Pa More!: Dabarkads Pa More! Ryan Agoncillo vs. Eat Bulaga! Indonesia 13 August 2015
8 May 2020 Bulaga Pa More!: Dabarkads Pa More! Allan K vs Jimmy Santos 7 August 2015
9 May 2020 2018 Mother's Day special number 12 May 2018
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11 May 2020 Bulaga Pa More!: Dabarkads Pa More! Ryzza Mae Dizon vs. Wally Bayola 10 August 2015
12 May 2020 Bulaga Pa More!: Dabarkads Pa More! Michael V vs Jose Manalo 11 August 2015
13 May 2020 Broadway Boys in Concert Aiza Seguerra and the hits of Patti Austin 10 February 2018
14 May 2020 38th anniversary celebration 29 July 2017
15 May 2020 Bulaga Pa More! Throwback Pa More! grand finals 1 August 2015
16 May 2020 BakClash Divas Allan K and Ai-Ai delas Alas 13 July 2019
Bulaga Pa More!: Dabarkads Pa More! Alden Richards vs. Maine Mendoza 5 September 2015
18 May 2020 Broadway Boys in Concert Freddie Aguilar and his hits 4 November 2017
19 May 2020 Broadway Boys in Concert Dulce and the songs composed by Willy Cruz 29 April 2017
20 May 2020 Bulaga Pa More! K-Pop Pa More! grand finals 12 October 2015
21 May 2020 Eat Bulaga! Sa Pasalamat Festival (show held in La Carlota, Negros Occidental) 26 April 2006
22 May 2020 Bulaga Pa More! Hip-Hop Pa More! grand finals 4 July 2015
25 May 2020 Bulagaan University 2018 26 May 2018
27 May 2020 Broadway Boys in Concert Lolita Carbon 14 October 2017
28 May 2020 BakClash Divas Gladys Guevarra and Aicelle Santos 29 June 2019
29 May 2020 Ang Joke Ko! 2013
1 June 2020 Eat Bulaga! Sa Bacolod (show held in Bacolod City) 3 April 2004
Juan for All, All for Juan Marjorie Cuello; Jose falls on a river 14 June 2016
2 June 2020 Juan for All, All for Juan Arlando Ruz; hosts try to lie in a coffin 8 March 2016
3 June 2020 Juan for All, All for Juan Amalia Recario; Jose breaks a refrigerator 4 December 2010
4 June 2020 ACTually 17 March 2018
Juan for All, All for Juan Madonna Herrera; winners lives under a bridge 8 November 2013
5 June 2020 Bulaga Pa More! Rock Pa More! grand finals 25 July 2015
Juan for All, All for Juan Teresa Dayrit; JoWaPao bathes in the rain 3 July 2012
6 June 2020 Broadway Boys in Concert Sharon Cuneta and her hits 11 May 2019
Juan for All, All for Juan Zosima Corbilla; Vic Sotto joins Sugod Bahay 30 July 2011

Pre-shutdown timeline

Week of 9 March–14 March

Monday, 9 March

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    Eat Bulaga! went on-air beginning with an announcement from Vic Sotto regarding its obvious lack of audience in the studio. The show released an official statement thereafter on its social media accounts that admission of a live studio audience has been temporarily suspended to help prevent the spread of the virus. Eat Bulaga! became the first Philippine television program to go on air without a studio audience.
  • Tsuperstar 2020 premiered as the 15th and final segment for the show's year-long lineup of revived segments that will compete in the Tatak Eat Bulaga! Grand Showdown.
  • Due to the lack of Chiska and the studio audience, the hosts of Bawal Judgmental! turned to the barangay hosts and the local residents to help player Bianca Umali with her choice selections.
  • In Juan for All, All for Juan, home viewers were given the chance to win the cash and prizes that are usually won by a studio audience. At the beginning of the show, the hosts displayed a code on the screen which home viewers must then leave as a comment under a designated Facebook post along with their current location and a selfie. The hosts video called the winner via Facebook Messenger for a brief interview before revealing the prizes that he/she won. The prizes were later delivered to the location of the winner.
  • On Monday evening, President Rodrigo Duterte formally declared a state of public health emergency in the Philippines as officials announced new cases of the virus, including the first case of local transmission in the country.

Tuesday, 10 March

  • ABS-CBN announced the suspension of its studio audiences for its live television shows, such as It's Showtime, ASAP Natin 'To, Magandang Buhay, Banana Sundae, and I Can See Your Voice. Noontime rival It's Showtime became the second Philippine television program to go live without a studio audience.
  • GMA Network followed suit by announcing the ban on live studio audiences for All-Out Sundays, Wowowin, The Boobay and Tekla Show, Tonight with Arnold Clavio, and five other shows.
  • Eat Bulaga! live streamed the first half of the show–Tsuperstar 2020, Coca-Cola: #GawinMongMoment, and Barangay Olympics 2020–on its official Facebook page. The show resumed its live stream on its YouTube channel beginning with the segment Bawal Judgmental!.
  • During its opening sequence, the hosts were noticeably spread apart from each other across the audience seats to advocate social distancing. They also informed viewers the basic protective measures against the coronavirus, such as handwashing and avoiding crowded places.

Wednesday, 11 March

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    Hosts demonstrate how to practice social distancing in an empty APT Studios

    The first half of Eat Bulaga! was once again live streamed on its official Facebook page in order to provide its Facebook followers the code in the show's introduction for a chance to win on Juan for All, All for Juan. The show resumed its live stream on its YouTube channel with Bawal Judgmental!.
  • Eat Bulaga! brought back its Palaging Alerto Kayo (P.A.K.) campaign, which originally spread awareness about the actions one must take in the midst of a natural disaster. This time, P.A.K. modified its message to educate its viewers of preventive measures against the coronavirus.

Thursday, 12 March

  • The World Health Organization (WHO) formally declared coronavirus as a pandemic shortly after 12:25 am Philippine time to urge countries to spend more on preventive measures and mitigation efforts to stop the spread of the virus.
  • The entirety of Eat Bulaga! was live streamed on its YouTube channel.
  • During its opening sequence, a studio security guard checked the body temperature of each host. Prior to entering the studio, the hosts then used hand sanitizer and encouraged viewers to avoid panic buying.
  • President Rodrigo Duterte announced a partial lockdown on Metro Manila beginning at midnight on 15 March 2020, implementing restrictions and travel suspensions to and from the metropolis to halt the further spread of the coronavirus.

Friday, 13 March

  • In preparation for the imminent community quarantine, Eat Bulaga! halted all of its barangay appearances in the segments Barangay Olympics 2020 and Coca-Cola: #GawinMongMoment. As a result, Barangay Olympics 2020 was converted into a studio segment under a new title Bulagaan Olympics 2020. Celebrities and their friends were invited to compete in the game instead.
  • On Friday evening, ABS-CBN announced that it will indefinitely suspend live entertainment shows and teleserye tapings beginning on 15 March 2020 in compliance with the guidelines set by the government for the community quarantine.

Saturday, 14 March

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    Eat Bulaga! held the grand finals of Tsuperstar 2020. It became the first talent contest to be aired on the noontime show without a live studio audience from start to finish.
  • At the end of the program, Vic Sotto reminded viewers of preventive measures against the coronavirus and expressed that Eat Bulaga! will return, although it was unclear if he meant the following Monday or if they will be halting the program and will return at an unspecified date. At that time, GMA Network had not announced if they were suspending their regular programming like ABS-CBN.
  • On Saturday evening, GMA Network released an official statement that it will be suspending its production of network-produced entertainment programs. It also advised its blocktimers and co-producers, such as Eat Bulaga! and Wowowin, to comply with the community quarantine guidelines.

ECQ shutdown timeline

Week of 15 March–21 March

Sunday, 15 March

  • The community quarantine for Metro Manila began at midnight to discourage non-essential activities and gatherings in public. The measure was set for a month.

Monday, 16 March

  • Eat Bulaga! unveiled new title cards featuring several tips as part of the bayanihan effort to combat the spread of the disease.
  • Beginning on 16 March 2020, replays of old Eat Bulaga! episodes were shown on its noontime timeslot.
  • The government announced that an "enhanced" community quarantine (ECQ) will be extended to the entire island of Luzon beginning at midnight on Tuesday. Movement of people will be severely restricted and all non-essential establishments will be closed.

Thursday, 19 March

  • Maine Mendoza launched her own online fund drive called "DoNation Drive" for daily wage earners whose livelihoods were affected by the lockdown in Metro Manila. For every household that she can help, she promises to give them ₱1,000 for their groceries and other essentials.


Week of 22 March–28 March

Sunday, 22 March

  • The start of the second week of enhanced community quarantine saw the Philippines having 380 confirmed cases, 17 total recoveries, and 25 total deaths.[3]
  • President Duterte signed Proclamation No. 934 declaring the fourth week of March 2020 as a National Week of Prayer.

Monday, 23 March

  • In response to the president's proclamation, Pauleen Luna and Vic Sotto hosted a Facebook Live via Eat Bulaga!'s Facebook page at 8 pm to pray the holy rosary.

Tuesday, 24 March

  • At 8 pm, Pauleen Luna and Vic Sotto was joined by Alden Richards to host another Facebook Live (now dubbed "Bayanihan sa Panalangin") to pray the holy rosary. Pauleen also announced that the show will air never-before-seen throwback videos of the show's iconic segments and special presentations from way back in the past. Eat Bulaga! then released a teaser video about the planned replay of throwback episodes on Facebook.

Wednesday, 25 March

Thursday, 26 March

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    Ruby Rodriguez's sister, Dr. Sally Gatchalian, succumbed to COVID-19. She confirmed the passing of her sister in an Instagram post on Thursday morning. Her sister is the ninth physician to have died of the disease.
  • At 8 pm, Baste Granfon and his mother Sheila hosted a Facebook Live to thank frontliners and remind viewers to pray, cooperate with the government, and take care. Baste also sang optimistic songs during the video. Afterwards, Pauleen Luna and Vic Sotto hosted a fourth "Bayanihan sa Panalangin" to pray the rosary.

Friday, 27 March

  • At 8 pm, Maine Mendoza hosted a Facebook Live to thank frontliners and remind viewers to pray, cooperate with the government, and practice safety measures such as good hygiene and staying at home. Afterwards, Pauleen Luna and Vic Sotto hosted a fifth "Bayanihan sa Panalangin" to pray the rosary.

Saturday, 28 March

  • At 7:45 pm, Paolo Ballesteros hosted a Facebook Live to thank frontliners and remind viewers to pray, cooperate with the government, and take care. Afterwards, Pauleen Luna and Vic Sotto hosted a sixth "Bayanihan sa Panalangin" to pray the rosary.
  • Iza Calzado, one of the show's former co-hosts, tested positive for COVID-19 after being hospitalized with pneumonia last March 25.


Week of 29 March–4 April

Sunday, 29 March

  • Ruby Rodriguez, her husband, and her son AJ were considered persons under investigation (PUI) for COVID-19 because of their close contact with Ruby's sister Dr. Sally Gatchalian, who recently died because of the disease.
  • At the start of the third week of enhanced community quarantine, the Philippines had the highest number of recorded cases in a day with 343 new cases, bringing the total to 1,418 confirmed cases, with 42 total recoveries, and 71 total deaths.[4]
  • At 8 pm, Ryan Agoncillo and his wife Judy Ann Santos hosted a Facebook Live to demonstrate how to create a face shield for frontliners. Ryan also shared their family's bonding activities during the quarantine. Afterwards, Pauleen Luna and Vic Sotto hosted a seventh "Bayanihan sa Panalangin" to pray the rosary.

Monday, 30 March

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    TAPE, Inc. donates 3D printers to the University of Santo Tomas

    Eat Bulaga! and TAPE, Inc. donated three brand-new 3D printers to the University of Santo Tomas to help in producing protective personal equipment (PPE) for frontliners. The university expressed its gratitude via a Facebook post.
  • At 7:30 pm, Alden Richards, Baste Granfon and Ryzza Mae Dizon hosted a special Facebook live with Dabarkads. The trio shared their activities during quarantine and reminded viewers to pray and support frontliners, and stay at home. Afterwards, Pauleen Luna and Vic Sotto hosted an eighth "Bayanihan sa Panalangin" to pray the rosary.
  • Iza Calzado tested negative for COVID-19 and was hereby recovered.

Tuesday, 31 March

  • At 7:45 pm, Pauleen Luna and Vic Sotto hosted a ninth and last "Bayanihan sa Panalangin" to pray the rosary. They also reminded viewers to cooperate with the government and stay home.

Wednesday, 1 April

  • At 10:30 am, Paolo Ballesteros hosted a Facebook Live to demonstrate how to cook vegetable okoy (fritters) for lunchtime. He also greeted viewers during the video and reminded people to stay home as much as possible.
  • At 9 pm, Eat Bulaga!'s Facebook page shared a live video from the Manila Cathedral of the Healing Rosary for the World, led by Archbishop Jose Palma that took place in Cebu City.

Thursday, 2 April

  • At 10:30 am, Allan K. hosted a Facebook Live to demonstrate how to cook chop suey for lunchtime. He also greeted viewers during the video and reminded people to exercise to relieve anxiety while at home.

Friday, 3 April

  • During the morning, Eat Bulaga!'s YouTube channel reaches 2 million subscribers.
  • At 10:30 am, Ryzza Mae Dizon and her mother Rizza hosted a Facebook Live to demonstrate how to cook ginisang munggo (sauteed mung beans) for lunchtime. Ryzza also thanked frontliners and reminded people to pray, stay at home, wash hands regularly, and take care.

Saturday, 4 April

  • At 10:30 am, Ryan Agoncillo and Judy Ann Santos hosted a Facebook Live to demonstrate how to cook pancit canton (named "pancEAT Bulaga") made from leftover ingredients. Ryan also thanked frontliners for their service and reminded people to stay at home, help others by any means, and do productive activities such as learning new skills and family bonding.


Week of 5 April–11 April

Sunday, 5 April

  • The Rizal provincial government announced that it is placing the entire province on lockdown indefinitely beginning 8 am on Monday, 6 April 2020. Rizal is closing its doors to non-Rizal residents, except for food transporters and the essential workforce identified by the Inter-Agency Task Force. As of Saturday (April 4), the Department of Health reported Rizal province as having a total of 98 cases pending further updates. The province rallies next to Metro Manila among areas that have the highest number of COVID-19 cases.[5]
  • Via its Facebook page, Eat Bulaga! announced that it will air the three episodes of 2019 Lenten Special on 6–8 April 2020.
  • At the start of the fourth week of enhanced community quarantine, the Philippines had a total of 3,246 confirmed cases, with 64 total recoveries, and 152 total deaths.
  • At 7:30pm, the Eat Bulaga Facebook page shared the live video from the Vatican of the Palm Sunday Mass presided by Pope Francis.

Monday, 6 April

  • At 10:40 am, Pia Guanio hosted a Facebook Live to thank frontliners and remind viewers to read the Bible, pray, comply with government's directives and stay home. She also encouraged viewers to always be thankful to God despite the crisis.

Tuesday, 7 April

  • The Inter-Agency Task Force (IATF) confirms that the enhanced community quarantine in Luzon is extended until 30 April 2020, upon the advice of President Rodrigo Duterte.[6]
  • At 10:30 am, Paolo Ballesteros hosted a Facebook Live to greet viewers and remind people to pray, stay home and take care.

Wednesday, 8 April

  • At 6 pm, Joey de Leon and family led the praying of the Way of the Cross.

Thursday, 9 April

  • As part of the regular GMA Network programming during Maundy Thursday, Good Friday and Black Saturday, there were no Eat Bulaga! episodes aired.

Friday, 10 April

  • At midnight, the Eat Bulaga! Facebook page shared the live video from the Vatican of the Mass of the Last Supper presided by Pope Francis.
  • As part of the regular GMA Network programming during Maundy Thursday, Good Friday and Black Saturday, there were no Eat Bulaga! episodes aired.
  • At noon, the Eat Bulaga! Facebook page shared the live video from St. John Marie Vianney Parish in Antipolo of the Seven Last Words.

Saturday, 11 April

  • As part of the regular GMA Network programming during Maundy Thursday, Good Friday and Black Saturday, there were no Eat Bulaga! episodes aired.


Week of 12 April–18 April

Sunday, 12 April

  • At the start of the fifth week of enhanced community quarantine, the Philippines had a total of 4,648 confirmed cases, with 197 total recoveries, and 297 total deaths.
  • At 7 pm, the Eat Bulaga! Facebook page shared the live video from the Vatican of the Easter Sunday Mass and Message "Urbi et Orbi" presided by Pope Francis

Monday, 13 April

  • At 10:30 am, Pauleen Luna, with her daughter Tali, hosted a Facebook Live and shared their family pictures.

Tuesday, 14 April

  • At 10:30 am, Alden Richards hosted a Facebook Live leading viewers in an ab work out using zero equipment, encouraging people to exercise inside their homes during quarantine. He also thanked frontliners, charitable institutions and others who help the needy, and he reminded viewers to pray and stay at home.

Wednesday, 15 April

  • At 11:30 am, Maine Mendoza hosted a Facebook Live to thank frontliners and share their modern day hero stories. She shared her own personal stories as well, and encouraged people to help if they can. She also reminded people to pray, read verified news, stay home as much as possible, and use protective equipment if going outside.

Thursday, 16 April

  • At 11 am, Allan K. and Paolo Ballesteros hosted a Facebook Live and shared their own throwback photos. They also played Pinoy Henyo and greeted viewers.

Friday, 17 April

  • At 11:30 am, Baste Granfon and his mother Sheila hosted a Facebook Live and played Pinoy Henyo. They also sang and read Bible verses.

Saturday, 18 April

  • At 11 am, Ryan Agoncillo and Pia Guanio hosted a Facebook Live to talk with an OFW living in China about her quarantine life and safety practices. Ryan and Pia also reminded viewers to pray and take care.


Week of 19 April–25 April

Sunday, 19 April

  • At the start of the sixth week of enhanced community quarantine, the Philippines had a total of 6,259 confirmed cases, with 572 total recoveries, and 409 total deaths. The previous week saw the first time total recoveries eclipse total deaths, and new recoveries are more than the number of new deaths for seven consecutive days. New cases are constant near 200s per day.

Monday, 20 April

  • At 11:30 am, Paolo Ballesteros and Pauleen Luna hosted a Facebook Live. They played Pinoy Henyo and greeted viewers.

Tuesday, 21 April

  • At 11 am, Ryzza Mae Dizon and her mother Rizza hosted a Facebook Live to demonstrate how to cook sinangag (fried rice) and tocino (cured pork belly) for lunchtime. Ryzza also greeted viewers, especially April birthday celebrants, including her mother.

Wednesday, 22 April

  • At 11 am, Alden Richards and Pia Guanio hosted a Facebook Live to talk with a volunteer medical technologist from Laguna about her work and asked safety tips. They also thanked all frontliners.

Thursday, 23 April

  • At 11:30 am, Maine Mendoza and Wally Bayola hosted a Facebook Live. They played Pinoy Henyo, showed their throwback birthday pictures, and greeted viewers.

Friday, 24 April

  • At 8 am, President Duterte approved the IATF's recommendation of extending the enhanced community quarantine to 15 May 2020 in the National Capital Region (NCR) and other high risk areas, including the province of Rizal.
  • At 11:30 am, Ryan Agoncillo, with his wife Judy Ann Santos and their three children, hosted a Facebook Live. Yohan and Lucho played Pinoy Henyo as family bonding.

Saturday, 25 April

  • At 11 am, Allan K. and Jose Manalo hosted a Facebook Live to talk with two Facebook top fans.


Week of 26 April–2 May

Sunday, 26 April

  • At the start of the seventh week of enhanced community quarantine, the Philippines had a total of 7,579 confirmed cases (3,555 of which are active), with 862 total recoveries, and 501 total deaths.

Monday, 27 April

  • At 10:30 am, Paolo Ballesteros and Wally Bayola hosted a Facebook Live where they interviewed Jimar Fernandez, one of the seven choices that came out on the 4 January 2020 episode of Bawal Judgmental!.

Tuesday, 28 April

  • At 11 am, Vic Sotto, Pauleen Luna, Paolo Ballesteros, Wally Bayola, and Jose Manalo hosted a Facebook Live to celebrate Vic's birthday and get greetings from other Dabarkads hosts and people close to Vic. Instead of "Isang Lapis Isang Papel" due to the closing of schools, Bossing wished for "Kabuhayan ni Juan", where he is offering the 25th anniversary special DVD, and funds will go to small businesses highly affected by the quarantine such as taho vendors, carinderia owners, and junk shop owners.

Wednesday, 29 April

  • At 10:30 am, Pia Guanio and Allan K. hosted a Facebook Live where they interviewed Dr. Albien Gacias, one of the seven choices from the 11 January 2020 episode of Bawal Judgmental!. He talked about his experiences being a frontliner, being a cancer survivor, and appearing on the show.

Thursday, 30 April

  • At 10:30 am, Maine Mendoza and Wally Bayola hosted a Facebook Live where they interviewed JP and Arlene, a teacher-student couple and one of the seven pair choices from the 12 February 2020 episode of Bawal Judgmental!. Maine and Wally also talked to a fan who bought a copy of the 25th anniversary special DVD for her mother.

Friday, 1 May

  • At 11 am, Paolo Ballesteros and Wally Bayola (as Lola Nidora) hosted a Facebook Live reminiscing Kalyeserye moments and characters. They interviewed Amalia Cruz, a lady bus driver who was one of the seven choices from the 12 November 2019 episode of Bawal Judgmental!. The two also interviewed a 5-year-old girl and her mother. The mother and daughter donated money coming from the child's talent fees in modeling, and bought the 25th anniversary special DVD.

Saturday, 2 May

  • At 10 am, Allan K., Pauleen Luna and Joey De Leon hosted a Facebook Live. Joey shared his "Tough Hits" or original compositions penned during the quarantine. When Pauleen asked for an Eat Bulaga! theme song version of Tough Hits, Joey revealed that there were two versions of the song, one of which will be the show's theme song when their live production returns. He also announced that starting 4 May 2020, Kalyeserye will be re-aired for two weeks, given that people cannot easily go to the streets so they will bring the streets to the viewers' homes. During the stream, the three interviewed an art director who bought the 25th anniversary special DVD.


Week of 3 May–9 May

Sunday, 3 May

  • At the start of the eighth week of enhanced community quarantine, the Philippines had a total of 9,223 confirmed cases, with 1,214 total recoveries, and 607 total deaths. The previous week tallied the first time that recoveries double the number of deaths.

Monday, 4 May

  • At 11 am, Paolo Ballesteros, Jose Manalo, and Wally Bayola (as Lola Nidora) hosted a Facebook Live.

Tuesday, 5 May

  • At 10 am, Ryzza Mae Dizon and her mother Rizza hosted a Facebook Live to demonstrate exercises while in quarantine.
  • During the evening, ABS-CBN, Eat Bulaga!'s previous home network, went off air in compliance with the order of the National Telecommunications Commission due to the expiration of its legislative franchise.[7]

Wednesday, 6 May

  • At 10 am, Pia Guanio hosted a Facebook Live showing her parenting and educational activities with her daughters.

Thursday, 7 May

  • At 10 am, the Agoncillo family hosted a Facebook Live demonstrating how to bake a wacky cake, which is trending online and was invented during the Great Depression in the 1930s.

Friday, 8 May

  • At 11 am, Ruby Rodriguez hosted a Facebook Live for the first time and her second appearance since the passing of her sister (Ruby greeted during Vic's birthday). She and her helper demonstrated how to cook an Ilocano dish dinengdeng. Ruby also shared her memories during the Eat Bulaga! 25th anniversary special, greeted mothers for Mother's Day, and asked viewers to take care.

Saturday, 9 May

  • At 10:45 am, Pauleen Luna hosted a Facebook Live. She interviewed her mother Chat about motherhood, and chatted with Luane about her pregnancy.


Week of 10 May–16 May

Sunday, 10 May

  • At the start of the ninth week of enhanced community quarantine, the Philippines had a total of 10,794 confirmed cases, with 1,924 total recoveries, and 719 total deaths. It marks the first time that total cases reached 5 digits.

Monday, 11 May

  • At 11:15 am, Alden Richards hosted a Facebook Live. He reminded viewers to take care of relatives and not taking for granted each moment with them. He also advised to follow the quarantine rules and take care.

Tuesday, 12 May

  • At 11 am, Paolo Ballesteros hosted a Facebook Live to greet viewers. He also chatted with a fan from Zamboanga.
  • At 12 noon, as announced by Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque, Metro Manila, Laguna, and Cebu City will be placed under "modified" ECQ from May 16 to May 31.[8] Rizal, Eat Bulaga!'s current home province, is placed under general community quarantine (GCQ or a less strict quarantine).[9] However, DOH-4A's regional director is appealing to the IATF if they could reconsider its recommendation because Rizal has the most number of COVID-19 cases in the region.[10]

Wednesday, 13 May

  • At 11 am, Ryzza Mae Dizon (as Boss Madam) and Wally Bayola (as Lola Nidora) hosted a Facebook Live. They introduced collector's item bobblehead dolls of Lola Nidora, Yaya Dub, Alden, Aling Maliit, and Ryzza Mae, which are sold as part of the Kabuhayan ni Juan project to help small businesses that are affected by the COVID-19 crisis. The two also chatted with a fan from Samar.

Thursday, 14 May

  • At 11 am, Ryzza Mae Dizon (as Boss Madam) and Wally Bayola (as Lola Nidora) hosted another Facebook Live to promote their bobblehead dolls. The two also chatted with a fan from Laguna.

Friday, 15 May

  • At 11:15 am, Ryzza Mae Dizon (as Boss Madam) and Wally Bayola (as Lola Nidora) hosted a third Facebook Live to promote their bobblehead dolls. The pair also led viewers to exercise.

Saturday, 16 May

  • Starting this day, only select provinces and cities remain in the ECQ and modified ECQ (MECQ), while GCQ is implemented on the remaining low-risk areas, including Rizal. This classification is effective until 31 May.[11][12]
  • At 11 am, Ryzza Mae Dizon (as Boss Madam) and Wally Bayola (as Lola Nidora) hosted a fourth Facebook Live. Lola Nidora reminisced and showed some pictures during Kalyeserye, while Boss Madam showed some pictures from her segment in The Barangay Jokers. The two also played Pinoy Henyo.


Week of 17 May–23 May

Sunday, 17 May

  • At the start of the tenth week of enhanced community quarantine, the Philippines had a total of 12,513 confirmed cases, with 2,635 total recoveries, and 824 total deaths. It has been a month that COVID-19 recoveries outnumber deaths. The previous week also tallied the first time that recoveries triple the number of deaths.

Monday, 18 May

  • At 11 am, Ryzza Mae Dizon (as Boss Madam) and Wally Bayola (as Lola Nidora) hosted a fifth Facebook Live. The two invited Joey de Leon and had a catch-up, and Joey shared his penned songs during quarantine. They also chatted with a pharmacist from Nueva Ecija. During the interview, Joey told that when they return to the studios, they will revive Kalyeserye but will be called Call-You-serye because of street limitations. This is yet to be confirmed or only a tease.

Tuesday, 19 May

  • At 11 am, Ryzza Mae Dizon (as Boss Madam) and Maine Mendoza hosted a Facebook Live where they had a catch-up, and interviewed fans from Cavite.

Wednesday, 20 May

  • At 11 am, Ryzza Mae Dizon (as Boss Madam), Wally Bayola (as Lola Nidora) and Alden Richards (as Patrick the driver) hosted a Facebook Live where they had a catch-up, and interviewed a fan from Pampanga.

Thursday, 21 May

  • At 11:15 am, Ryzza Mae Dizon (as Boss Madam) and Wally Bayola (as Lola Nidora) hosted a Facebook Live where they reminded viewers to be mindful in social media activities. The pair invited Pia Guanio where she shared her cooking activities shared on Instagram. The trio also chatted with a fan from Tarlac.

Friday, 22 May

  • At 11 am, Ryzza Mae Dizon (as Boss Madam) and Wally Bayola (as Lola Nidora) hosted a Facebook Live. The two invited Ryan Agoncillo, where he shared his family and business adjustments for the quarantine, and demonstrated exercises with his three children while in quarantine. The three hosts also chatted with a fan from Pampanga.

Saturday, 23 May

  • At 11 am, Ryzza Mae Dizon (as Boss Madam) and Wally Bayola (as Lola Nidora) hosted a Facebook Live. The two invited Allan K where they had a catch-up.


Week of 24 May–30 May

Sunday, 24 May

  • At the start of the eleventh week of enhanced community quarantine, the Philippines had a total of 14,035 confirmed cases (9,918 of which are active cases), with 3,249 total recoveries, and 868 total deaths.

Monday, 25 May

  • At 10:45 am, Ryzza Mae Dizon (as Boss Madam) and Wally Bayola (as Lola Nidora) hosted a Facebook Live. The two invited Pauleen Luna and had a catch-up, and Pauleen demonstrated how to cook the pasta dish Penne Al Telefono. They also chatted with a fan.

Tuesday, 26 May

  • At 11 am, Ryzza Mae Dizon (as Boss Madam) and Wally Bayola (as Lola Nidora) hosted a Facebook Live. The two invited Paolo Ballesteros where he shared the stories behind his Instagram uploads. The three also chatted with a fan. 

Wednesday, 27 May

  • At 10:45 am, Ryzza Mae Dizon (as Boss Madam) and Wally Bayola (as Lola Nidora) hosted a Facebook Live. The two invited Joey de Leon where he shared his previous jobs.

Thursday, 28 May

  • President Duterte announced that the National Capital Region (NCR), Regions II, III, and IV (includes Rizal), the province of Pangasinan and the city of Davao are placed under GCQ from June 1 to 15. The rest of the areas that were not mentioned will be placed under the modified general community quarantine (MGCQ).[13]
  • At 11:30 am, Ryzza Mae Dizon (as Boss Madam) and Wally Bayola (as Lola Nidora) hosted a Facebook Live. The two invited Allan K where he shared his singing career. The trio also reminisced Eat Bulaga!'s old segments.

Friday, 29 May

  • At 11:15 am, Ryan Agoncillo and his wife Judy Ann Santos hosted a Facebook Live. The couple invited their friend hairstylist because Judy Ann cuts Ryan's hair. Ryan also interviewed a fan from Dubai.

Saturday, 30 May

  • At 11 am, Ryzza Mae Dizon (as Boss Madam) and Wally Bayola (as Lola Nidora) hosted a Facebook Live. The two reminded viewers to practice safety measures during quarantine. They also interviewed a fan.


Week of 31 May–6 June

Sunday, 31 May

  • At the start of the twelfth week of community quarantine, the Philippines had a total of 18,086 confirmed cases (12,466 of which are active cases), with 3,909 total recoveries, and 957 total deaths. The previous week tallied the first time that recoveries quadruple the number of deaths.

Monday, 1 June

  • At 11:15 am, Ryzza Mae Dizon (as Boss Madam) and Wally Bayola (as Lola Nidora) hosted a Facebook Live. The two invited Pia Guanio where she showed her makeup kit.

Tuesday, 2 June

  • At 11:15 am, Jose Manalo and Wally Bayola hosted a Facebook Live reminiscing the 14 June 2016 episode of Juan for All, All for Juan where Jose fell on a dirty river. The pair also chatted with Marjorie Cuello, the Sugod Bahay winner in the episode.

Wednesday, 3 June

  • At 11 am, Allan K and Paolo Ballesteros hosted a Facebook Live where they had a catch-up. They also interviewed Arlando Ruz, the winner of the 8 March 2016 episode of Juan for All, All for Juan.

Thursday, 4 June

  • At 11:15 am, Wally Bayola and Maine Mendoza hosted a Facebook Live where they played Guhit Bulaga. They also interviewed Amalia Recario, the winner of the 4 December 2010 episode of Juan for All, All for Juan.

Friday, 5 June

  • At 11 am, Allan K and Pauleen Luna hosted a Facebook Live where they had a catch-up and played Guhit Bulaga. The two also chatted with Madonna Herrera, the winner of the 8 November 2013 episode of Juan for All, All for Juan.

Saturday, 6 June

  • At 10:45 am, Wally Bayola and Ruby Rodriguez hosted a Facebook Live where they had a catch-up and played Guhit Bulaga. They also chatted with Teresa Dayrit, the winner of the 3 July 2012 episode of Juan for All, All for Juan.

Post-shutdown timeline

Week of 7 June–13 June

Sunday, 7 June

  • The social media platforms of Eat Bulaga! posted a video of APT Studios being disinfected and announcing its return to TV. The program will also be streamed on Facebook and YouTube.

Monday, 8 June

  • After a 3-month hiatus, Eat Bulaga! went live after the government eased quarantine measures nationwide. Despite the return of its live production, APT Studios remain closed to the public due to the continuous threat of COVID-19.

    After Vic Sotto officially announcing the return of the show, the hosts performed an opening production in the studio and in their homes, while maintaining physical distancing and wearing masks.

    Although not verbally emphasized by the hosts, the senior citizens (Vic, Joey and Allan) and the kids (Ryzza Mae and Baste) are joining from their homes via Zoom to comply with the government's guidelines that seniors aged 60 and above and youths aged below 21 years old must stay at home. Hosts in the APT Studios are Jose, Wally, Paolo, Alden, and Maine, while other hosts who are at their homes are Ryan, Pia, and Pauleen.

    Also, as part of tradition, the opening gong was struck, but starting this day, it was done by a host.
  • Segments were:
    • Eat Bulaga! return and opening production
    • Juan for All, All for Juan mechanics
    • replay of Bawal Judgmental! (28 January 2020) – player: Nathaniel Cruz; guests: inventors
    • Juan for All, All for Juan

Tuesday, 9 June

  • Segments were:
    • Eat Bulaga! opening and catch-up
    • Juan for All, All for Juan mechanics
    • replay of Bawal Judgmental! (2 December 2019) – player: Angelu De Leon; guests: married couples who are mostly newlyweds
    • Bawal Judgmental! – interview of Claude and Harlene, choices from the 2 December 2019 episode
    • Juan for All, All for Juan

Wednesday, 10 June

  • The hosts announced that a "new" Bawal Judgmental! will return live starting 11 June 2020. It was teased that the segment will have live episodes under the "new normal" by having big face shields, and this time home viewers can win.
  • Segments were:
    • Eat Bulaga! opening and Juan for All, All for Juan mechanics
    • replay of Bawal Judgmental! (22 November 2019) – player: Sheena Halili; guests: mostly people who topped their board exam
    • Juan for All, All for Juan
    • Maliit na Bagay

Thursday, 11 June

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    Guest choices stood inside large plexiglass body shields in order to practice social distancing

    The "new normal" Bawal Judgmental! returns with improved safety protocols such as surgical masks in order to avoid any droplets when hosts interview the choices, and equidistantly spaced plexiglass body shields which looks like large lifesize face shields, as a way to practice and ensure social distancing.

    Bawal Judgmental! also introduced the "chismosang kapitbahay from home", where a lucky home partner will help the guest player with his/her decisions throughout the game. He/She will also receive half of the cash prize that the player wins at the end of the game.
  • Segments were:
    • Eat Bulaga! opening and Juan for All, All for Juan mechanics
    • Bawal Judgmental! – player: Teri Onor; guests: newlywed individuals who got married during the COVID-19 quarantine period
    • Juan for All, All for Juan

Friday, 12 June

  • Segments were:
    • Eat Bulaga! opening and Ryzza Mae's birthday celebration
    • Juan for All, All for Juan mechanics
    • Bawal Judgmental! – player: Kara David; guests: food delivery riders, including riders with viral stories
    • Juan for All, All for Juan

Saturday, 13 June

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    Kabuhayan ni Juan project's first recipient

    Segments were:
    • Eat Bulaga! opening, positive messages and Juan for All, All for Juan mechanics
    • Bawal Judgmental! – player: Pia Arcangel; guests: COVID-19 survivors
    • Juan for All, All for Juan
    • Kabuhayan ni Juan (Facebook and YouTube only) – introduction of first recipient and funds giving


Week of 14 June–20 June

Sunday, 14 June

  • On its Facebook page, Eat Bulaga! uploaded the opening billboard shown after the gong on the 13 June 2020 episode.
  • The show's Facebook page also announced sponsored home viewer segments such as Shopee Shake on 15-16 June, and Puregold Grocery Day every Mondays and Thursdays.

Monday, 15 June

  • The studio hosts started to wear fashionable face shields featuring fictional superheroes. Maine added that civilians serve as superheroes when staying at home and wearing face masks.
  • Segments were:
    • Eat Bulaga! opening
    • Shopee Shake for Shopee Payday Sale
    • Juan for All, All for Juan mechanics
    • Bawal Judgmental! – player: Jackie Forster; guests: mothers who gave birth in the midst of the COVID-19 quarantine period
    • Juan for All, All for Juan
  • Late evening, President Rodrigo Duterte announced the quarantine classifications taking effect June 16 until June 30. Metro Manila, Rizal, and nearby provinces remain under GCQ during the period.[14]

Tuesday, 16 June

  • Segments were:
    • Eat Bulaga! opening and Juan for All, All for Juan mechanics
    • Shopee Shake for Shopee Payday Sale
    • Bawal Judgmental! – player: Papa Jackson; guests: Tiktok users
    • Juan for All, All for Juan 

Wednesday, 17 June

  • Segments were: 
    • Eat Bulaga! opening and Juan for All, All for Juan mechanics
    • Bawal Judgmental! – player: Mark Herras; guests: relatives of frontliners
    • Juan for All, All for Juan 

Thursday, 18 June

  • Since Eat Bulaga! returned live, this episode is the first one not to indicate "Live" at the top of the screen. Coincidentally, this is also the first gift giving of the Kabuhayan ni Juan project.
  • Segments were: 
    • Eat Bulaga! opening and Juan for All, All for Juan mechanics
    • Bawal Judgmental! – player: Shaira Diaz; guests: frequent beauty pageant competitors
    • Kabuhayan ni Juan – first recipient
    • Juan for All, All for Juan 

Friday, 19 June

  • Segments were: 
    • Eat Bulaga! opening and Juan for All, All for Juan mechanics
    • Bawal Judgmental! – player: Michelle Dee; guests: barangay chairmen
    • Juan for All, All for Juan 

Saturday, 20 June

  • Notable Kapamilya stars have appeared on Eat Bulaga! as a guest judge after ABS-CBN temporarily suspended the contracts of its artists because of the network's ongoing franchise renewal crisis, allowing them to accept work outside the network. Pokwang became the first exclusive Kapamilya star to appear as a guest on the segment.[15]
  • Segments were: 
    • Eat Bulaga! opening and Father's day greetings
    • Juan for All, All for Juan mechanics
    • Bawal Judgmental! – player: Pokwang; guests: single fathers
    • Kabuhayan ni Juan – second recipient
    • Juan for All, All for Juan 


Week of 21 June–27 June

Sunday, 21 June

  • On its Facebook page, Eat Bulaga! posted pictures and video greetings for Father's day, including messages from the hosts' children and wives.

Monday, 22 June

  • The pamilyang Nunal returns in opening sketches.
  • Segments were: 
    • Eat Bulaga! opening and Juan for All, All for Juan mechanics
    • Bawal Judgmental! – player: Shiara Joy Dizon; guests: inactive actors
    • Juan for All, All for Juan

Tuesday, 23 June

  • Segments were: 
    • Eat Bulaga! opening and Juan for All, All for Juan mechanics
    • Bawal Judgmental! – player: Tuesday Vargas; guests: voice talents
    • Juan for All, All for Juan

Wednesday, 24 June

  • Ryan and Pia makes their first return at the studio after the hiatus. The two serves as relievers for Wally and Alden. Ryan also makes his first stint in the Bawal Judgmental! segment as a studio host.
  • Segments were: 
    • Eat Bulaga! opening and Juan for All, All for Juan mechanics
    • Bawal Judgmental! – player: Meg Imperial; guests: jeepney drivers
    • Juan for All, All for Juan

Thursday, June 25

  • On the opening, aside from the usual face shields and masks, pamilya Nunal shows the safety protocols implemented at the entrance of APT Studios such as mats for footwear disinfection, spraying of alcohol to hands, and temperature check using a forehead thermometer.
  • Segments were: 
    • Eat Bulaga! opening and Juan for All, All for Juan mechanics
    • Bawal Judgmental! – player: Yayo Aguila; guests: bar topnotchers
    • Juan for All, All for Juan
    • Kabuhayan ni Juan (Facebook and YouTube only) – tenth recipient

Friday, June 26

  • Segments were: 
    • Eat Bulaga! opening and Juan for All, All for Juan mechanics
    • Bawal Judgmental! – player: Jeric Gonzales; guests: chefs
    • Juan for All, All for Juan

Saturday, June 27

  • During the break preparing for the Kabuhayan ni Juan segment, Maine sat on a railing and slid to the floor. She did not get any serious injury, although the fall left a big mark on her leg as shown on one of her tweets.
  • Segments were: 
    • Eat Bulaga! opening and Juan for All, All for Juan mechanics
    • Bawal Judgmental! – player: Gardo Verzosa; guests: mayors
    • Juan for All, All for Juan
    • Kabuhayan ni Juan (Facebook and YouTube only) – eleventh recipient


Week of 28 June–4 July

Monday, June 29

  • Segments were: 
    • Eat Bulaga! opening and Juan for All, All for Juan mechanics
    • Bawal Judgmental! – player: Andrea Torres; guests: recording artists
    • Juan for All, All for Juan

Tuesday, June 30

  • Segments were: 
    • Eat Bulaga! opening and Juan for All, All for Juan mechanics
    • Bawal Judgmental! – player: Tom Rodriguez; guests: freelancers for television shows, movies, or events
    • Juan for All, All for Juan
  • During the evening, President Rodrigo Duterte announced that some areas such as NCR and Rizal will be placed under GCQ from July 1-15, 2020.[16]

Wednesday, July 1

  • Segments were: 
    • Eat Bulaga! opening and Juan for All, All for Juan mechanics
    • Bawal Judgmental! – player: Janice de Belen; guests: parents with a child who is a board exam/bar exam topnotcher
    • Juan for All, All for Juan

Thursday, July 2

  • Segments were: 
    • Eat Bulaga! opening and Juan for All, All for Juan mechanics
    • Bawal Judgmental! – player: Mikee Quintos; guests: unemployed people (laid off or resigned) who started an online business during quarantine
    • Juan for All, All for Juan
    • Kabuhayan ni Juan (Facebook and YouTube only) – twelfth recipient

Friday, July 3

  • Segments were: 
    • Eat Bulaga! opening and Juan for All, All for Juan mechanics
    • Bawal Judgmental! – player: Valerie Concepcion; guests: religious leaders
    • Juan for All, All for Juan

Saturday, July 4

  • Arwind Santos became the first Bawal Judgmental! player who won the jackpot and had a perfect game.
  • Segments were: 
    • Eat Bulaga! opening and Juan for All, All for Juan mechanics
    • Bawal Judgmental! – player: Arwind Santos; guests: comedians who were affected by the COVID-19 quarantine's closure of comedy bars
    • Juan for All, All for Juan
    • Kabuhayan ni Juan (Facebook and YouTube only) – thirteenth recipient


Week of 5 July–11 July

Monday, July 6

  • The Eat Bulaga! Facebook page reached 17 million followers.
  • Segments were: 
    • Eat Bulaga! opening and Juan for All, All for Juan mechanics
    • Shopee Shake for Shopee 7.7 Free Shipping Fiesta
    • Bawal Judgmental! – player: Candy Pangilinan; guests: male fitness instructors
    • Juan for All, All for Juan

Tuesday, July 7

  • Segments were: 
    • Eat Bulaga! opening and Juan for All, All for Juan mechanics
    • Shopee Shake for Shopee 7.7 Free Shipping Fiesta
    • Bawal Judgmental! – player: Jelai Andres; guests: flight attendants
    • Juan for All, All for Juan

Wednesday, July 8

  • Segments were: 
    • Eat Bulaga! opening and Juan for All, All for Juan mechanics
    • Bawal Judgmental! – player: Louise delos Reyes; guests: OFWs who were repatriated due to the COVID-19 pandemic
    • Juan for All, All for Juan

Thursday, July 9

  • Segments were: 
    • Eat Bulaga! opening and Juan for All, All for Juan mechanics
    • Bawal Judgmental! – player: Jex Bañega; guests: choreographers of trending TikTok dances
    • Juan for All, All for Juan

Friday, July 10

  • Segments were: 
    • Eat Bulaga! opening and Juan for All, All for Juan mechanics
    • Bawal Judgmental! – player: Kim Molina; guests: children with fathers who are tricycle drivers
    • Juan for All, All for Juan

Saturday, July 11

  • Segments were: 
    • Eat Bulaga! opening and Juan for All, All for Juan mechanics
    • Bawal Judgmental! – player: Richard Yap; guests: transman
    • Juan for All, All for Juan


Week of 13 July-18 July

Monday, July 13

  • Segments were: 
    • Eat Bulaga! opening and Juan for All, All for Juan mechanics
    • Shopee Shake for Shopee Payday Sale
    • Bawal Judgmental! – player: Arthur Solinap; guests: husbands and wives of movie and television personalities
    • Juan for All, all for Juan

Tuesday, July 14

  • Segments were: 
    • Eat Bulaga! opening and Juan for All, All for Juan mechanics
    • Shopee Shake for Shopee Payday Sale
    • Bawal Judgmental! – player: Rachel Anne Clemente; guests: tribes who are graduates in different courses
    • Juan for All, all for Juan

Wednesday, July 15

  • Segments were: 
    • Eat Bulaga! opening and Juan for All, All for Juan mechanics
    • Shopee Shake for Shopee Payday Sale
    • Bawal Judgmental! – player: Glydel Mercado; guests: adopted children
    • Juan for All, all for Juan

Thursday, July 16

  • Segments were: 
    • Pamilya Nunal opening sketch
    • Eat Bulaga! opening and Juan for All, All for Juan mechanics
    • Bawal Judgmental! – player: Beverly Cunla; guests: personal assistants of celebrities
    • Juan for All, all for Juan

Friday, July 17

  • Segments were: 
    • Pamilya Nunal opening sketch
    • Eat Bulaga! opening and Juan for All, All for Juan mechanics
    • Bawal Judgmental! – player: Empoy Marquez; guests: 2019 SEA Games competitors
    • Juan for All, All for Juan

Saturday, July 18

  • Segments were: 
    • Pamilya Nunal opening sketch; special guest: Gabbi Garcia
    • Eat Bulaga! opening and Juan for All, All for Juan mechanics
    • Bawal Judgmental! – player: Cristine Reyes; guests: 90s band vocalists
    • Juan for All, All for Juan


Week of 20 July-25 July

Monday, July 20

  • Segments were: 
    • Pamilya Nunal opening sketch
    • Eat Bulaga! opening and Juan for All, All for Juan mechanics
    • Bawal Judgmental! – player: Geneva Cruz; guests: soap opera writers and directors of GMA Network
    • Juan For All, All For Juan

Tuesday, July 21

  • Eat Bulaga! began airing its teaser for the program's 41st anniversary on television, and it was also posted on its Facebook account the following day.
  • Segments were: 
    • Pamilya Nunal opening sketch
    • Eat Bulaga! opening and Juan for All, All for Juan mechanics
    • Bawal Judgmental! – player: Kyle Hontiveros; guests: online gamers
    • Juan For All, All For Juan

Wednesday, July 22

  • Segments were: 
    • Pamilya Nunal opening sketch
    • Eat Bulaga! opening and Juan for All, All for Juan mechanics
    • Bawal Judgmental! – player: Carina Carino; guests: travellers 

Thursday, July 23

  • Segments were: 
    • Pamilya Nunal opening sketch
    • Eat Bulaga! opening and Juan for All, All for Juan mechanics
    • Bawal Judgmental! – player: Mackie Cao; guests: Filipino painters
    • Juan For All, All For Juan

Friday, July 24

  • Segments were: 
    • Pamilya Nunal opening sketch
    • Eat Bulaga! opening and Juan for All, All for Juan mechanics
    • Bawal Judgmental! – player: Geoff Eigenmann; guests: persons with their loved ones who passed away
    • Juan For All, All For Juan

Saturday, July 25

  • Segments were: 
    • Pamilya Nunal opening sketch
    • Eat Bulaga! opening and Juan for All, All for Juan mechanics
    • Bawal Judgmental! – player: Sec. Bernadette Romulo-Puyat; guests: gay public servants
    • Juan For All, All For Juan


Week of 27 July-1 August

Monday, July 27

  • Segments were: 
    • Pamilya Nunal opening sketch
    • Eat Bulaga! opening and Juan for All, All for Juan mechanics
    • Bawal Judgmental! – player: Rayver Cruz; guests: staff of Eat Bulaga for 3 years or more
    • Juan For All, All For Juan

Tuesday, July 28

  • Segments were: 
    • Pamilya Nunal opening sketch
    • Eat Bulaga! opening and Juan for All, All for Juan mechanics
    • Bawal Judgmental! – player: Leah Santos-Patricio; guests: former Juan For All, All For Juan winners
    • Juan For All, All For Juan

Wednesday, July 29

  • Segments were: 
    • Pamilya Nunal opening sketch
    • Eat Bulaga! opening and Juan for All, All for Juan mechanics
    • Bawal Judgmental! – player: Dae Hyuk-Lee; guests: abandoned children 
    • Juan For All, All For Juan

Thursday, July 30

  • Eat Bulaga! celebrated its 41st anniversary on Philippine television.
  • Eat Bulaga! then hosted its annual anniversary thanksgiving mass, which, for the first time, is streamed live on their Facebook page.
  • Segments were: 
    • Eat Bulaga! 41st anniversary opening and Juan for All, All for Juan mechanics
    • Bawal Judgmental! – player: Julia Clarete; guests: medical frontliners who are COVID-19 survivors
    • Juan For All, All For Juan

Friday, July 31

  • Segments were: 
    • Pamilya Nunal opening sketch
    • Eat Bulaga! opening and Juan for All, All for Juan mechanics
    • Bawal Judgmental! – player: Monique Tolentino; guests: grand winners of former Eat Bulaga! kids talent searches
    • Juan For All, All For Juan

Saturday, August 1

  • Segments were: 
    • Pamilya Nunal opening sketch
    • Eat Bulaga! opening and Juan for All, All for Juan mechanics
    • Bawal Judgmental! – player: Paolo Contis; guests: Filipino theater actors/actresses
    • Juan For All, All For Juan


Week of 2 August- 8 August

Sunday, August 2

  • President Rodrigo Duterte announced on his speech that evening that the NCR, along its neighboring provinces of Bulacan ,Cavite ,Laguna and Eat Bulaga!'s home province, Rizal, has been reverted back to the modified enhanced community quarantine (MECQ) from August 4 to 18, 2020.

Monday, August 3

  • Segments were: 
    • Shopee Shake 8.8 Fashion Sale
    • Eat Bulaga! opening and Juan for All, All for Juan mechanics
    • Bawal Judgmental! – player: Empress Schuck; guests: presidents of celebrity fan clubs
    • Juan For All, All For Juan

MECQ shutdown timeline

Tuesday, August 4

  • Segments were: 
    • Shopee Shake 8.8 Fashion Sale
    • Eat Bulaga! opening and Juan for All, All for Juan mechanics
    • Bawal Judgmental! – player: TBA; guests: TBA
    • Juan For All, All For Juan

References

  1. ‘Eat… Bulaga!’ suspends admission of live audience, 10 March 2020, Philippine Daily Inquirer.
  2. Seniors, youths still restricted under GCQ, 5 June 2020, Philippine Star.
  3. 73 new cases take Covid-19 count to 380, 22 March 2020, Yahoo! News.
  4. Philippines sees 3 more COVID-19 deaths; cases surge to 1,418, 29 March 2020, GMA News.
  5. Rizal province on lockdown effective April 6, 5 April 2020, UNTV News and Rescue.
  6. Gov’t extends Luzon lockdown to April 30 — IATF, 7 April 2020, UNTV News and Rescue.
  7. ABS-CBN’s TV, radio stations to go off air tonight following NTC order, 5 May 2020, UNTV News and Rescue.
  8. NCR, Laguna, Cebu City placed under modified ECQ until May 31, 12 May 2020, UNTV News and Rescue.
  9. Areas under modified ECQ, GCQ after May 15, 12 May 2020, GMA News.
  10. DOH-Calabarzon to appeal decision to put Cavite, Rizal provinces under GCQ starting May 16, 12 May 2020, UNTV News and Rescue.
  11. Palace announces new guidelines on ECQ, MECQ, GCQ, 16 May 2020, PTV News.
  12. Number coding scheme sa biyahe ng mga tricycle ipinatutupad sa Cainta, Rizal, 16 May 2020, UNTV News and Rescue.
  13. IATF includes Central Visayas, Zambo City in areas under GCQ come June 1, 30 May 2020, UNTV News and Rescue.
  14. Cebu City returns to ECQ, Metro Manila remains under GCQ, 16 June 2020, UNTV News and Rescue.
  15. Kontrata ng mga artista ng ABS-CBN, suspendido na!, 2 July 2020, The Philippine Star.
  16. Metro Manila remains under general community quarantine until July 15, 1 July 2020, Presidential Communications Operations Office.
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