More than 24 hours and 600+ aftershocks later, Bohol is carrying on and working to get back to business as usual.
Public markets, gas stations, load centers, internet cafes, eateries and beach resorts at Panglao Island are all up and running. Communications like cell phones and internet are available though Sun Cellular is still down.
Local government units are mobilized and mobilizing their areas to respond to damaged infrastructure and evacuation. City inspectors in Tagbilaran, are busy assessing government buildings and private schools for structural integrity.
A survey of nearby churches show the damage done to them by the quake.
From Baclayon to Loboc roads have sustained large cracks making them not so ideal for four wheeled vehicles.
From the town of Albur(qurque) to Loay there are three bridges which have been deemed “for motorcycles only.” Larger motor vehicles like public transport end their trips at the Albur and the Loay side of the road. Plying the three bridges are informal motorcycle services known locally as habal-habal.
Loay public market is currently serving as an informal bus stop for those who wish to travel further east from Loay in the towns of Jagna, Garcia Hernandez and so on.