The number coding scheme in Cavite is still in effect, according to the provincial government for private vehicles only. Public utility transport vehicles are exempted from the said ordinance, based on the regulations of Inter-Agency Task Force and Department of Interior and Local Government for areas under the General Community Quarantine.
The local government units are tasked to work with the Philippine National Police and other relevant agencies of the National Government in appointing enforcers in strategic locations to ensure compliance by random spot-checking and observing physical distancing measures.
DILG MC 2020-083, issued on May 18, states that the LGUs must:
1. Designated enforcers are fully appraised of any existing guidelines of the government relative to enforcement of measures to fight the threat of COVID-19l
2. Enforcers shall at all times maintain their good disposition;
3. Enforcers are provided with necessary Personal Protective Equipment, and are in use at all times;
5. Enforcers shall not violate any human rights in the performance of their duty and;
6. Enforcers shall be provided with hazard pay subject to fund availability and pursuant to the existing government-issued policies on the matter.
On May 16, Saturday, the province of Cavite was put under the General Community Quarantine and since then has eased up policies on reopening of businesses, allowing workers to resume work activities, and permitting public and private transportation within the province.