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  • Two popular family activity centers in Metro Manila have decided to close permanently after halting operations due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

    On Thursday, June 5, 2020, Fun Ranch, which has branches in Ortigas, Alabang, and Pampanga, confirmed the permanent closure on their Facebook page.

    The post read: “We’re sad, but it’s time to go. A big THANK YOU for trusting us over the years.”

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    Fun Ranch, which was loved for its huge indoor playground and kiddie rides was also a go-to for children’s parties. The company assured that those who have made party deposits before the lockdown will be refunded.

    Jump Yard, the country’s first trampoline park with a dodgeball court, basketball rings, and foam pits, also announced that it will be shutting down. They made the announcement on Facebook on June 3, a day before Fun Ranch’s statement.

    The post read: “Thanks for the memories, jumpers! We’re surely gonna miss the squad,” and added the hashtag, #signingoff. They also noted that any remaining party deposits will be refunded.


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    Many establishments were forced to suspend operations when Metro Manila and other parts of Luzon were placed under enhanced community quarantine (ECQ). But while the Metro is now under general community quarantine (GCQ), certain establishments are still not allowed to open.

    According to the guidelines released under Executive Order No.112, amusement, gaming, and fitness establishments, as well as those in the kids and tourism industries, will not be allowed to operate. This includes entertainment centers.

    What to expect as the country eases out of lockdown? Click here for our guide.

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