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Globe stores will be temporarily closed due to rise of COVID-19 cases

By AYIE LICSI Published Jan 12, 2022 4:16 pm

As COVID-19 cases in the country continue to increase, Globe has temporarily closed some of its stores in Metro Manila and other areas.

"Our customers are encouraged to stay safe at home and continue their online transactions through official Globe channels," the telecom posted on Facebook on Jan. 10.

"Please expect changes as our teams continue to adjust to the current situation," the announcement read.

Here's a list of stores that will be closed until the following dates:

Closed until Jan. 13

  • Nepo Mall, Dagupan
  • SM City Lipa, Batangas
  • SM City Naga, Naga City
  • SM City Rosario, Cavite

Closed until Jan. 14

  • D'Mall, Boracay, Aklan
  • Festival Supermall, Muntinlupa City
  • Robinsons Galleria, Quezon City
  • The Direct Imus, Imus

Closed until Jan. 15

  • SM City Lucena, Lucena City
  • SM Molino, Bacoor
  • SM City Santa Rosa, Sta. Rosa City
  • SM City Urdaneta Central, Urdaneta City

Closed until Jan. 16

  • Alimall, Quezon City
  • Gaisano Grand Fiesta Mall, Cebu
  • SM City East Ortigas
  • SM City Valenzuela, Valenzuela City

Closed until Jan. 17

  • SM City Clark, Angeles, Pampanga

Closed until further notice

  • SM City Bacolod, Bacolod City
  • SM City Baguio, Baguio City

Select stores will accommodate transactions such as plan application, upgrade, renewal, reactivation, and more through appointments. Check out the updated list of stores here.

Globe's EasyHub digital kiosks are still open to help customers shop, pay, and access information on how to request customer service support. The kiosks can be found in Ayala Malls Manila Bay, SM Manila, and Robinson's Place Bacolod City.

To monitor your bills and data usage, buy load, or subscribe to promos, download the GlobeOne app, Globe At Home, and GCash apps.

On Jan. 11, the Philippines logged 28,007 new cases, with 4,471 recoveries and 219 deaths.