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As the new swine flu rages in China, the Philippines prepares for the worst.
The COVID-19 pandemic persists and with no vaccine in sight, it could be a while before we can all go out and live our lives like we used to. There’s no doubt it has changed the world drastically, and while it continues ...
 
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And the second highest death rate in the region.
According to The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), the Philippines currently has the highest percentage of active coronavirus cases among the region’s 10 member nations.The data presented by ASEAN takes a comparative look at each country’s COVID-19 situation, and the results are relative to ...
 
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More than 100 countries are helping out in the Solidarity Trial.
The Philippines is taking part in the World Health Organization's (WHO) multi-country Solidarity Trial, which hopes to solve the COVID-19 puzzle.In his report to Congress earlier this week, President Rodrigo Duterte confirmed 361 patients from 26 different hospitals have enlisted in the clinical trials, which requires informed consent ...
 
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The man reportedly did not make any demands.
A man later identified as a security guard took a doctor hostage early morning Wednesday, July 1, at the East Avenue Medical Center. Multiple news reports said the man went to the hospital for treatment after a motorcyle accident.At around 5 a.m., he ...
 
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Many Kapamilya stars are dismayed and disappointed by NTC's decision.
Many ABS-CBN stars were disappointed by the recent cease and desist orders (CDO) issued by the National Telecommunications Commission (NTC) to ABS-CBN Corporation and Sky Cable Corporation on June 30.One demands for the closure of Sky Cable Direct, while the other demands ...
 
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Sky Direct's customers are also being asked to be refunded.
The National Telecommunications Commission has just issued a cease and desist order (CDO) to Sky Cable Corporation, the telecommunications subsidiary of ABS-CBN Corporation. Sky Cable is now being ordered to stop its direct broadcast satellite service (DBS).This is just one of NTC's two ...
 
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We really want to believe you.
On June 28, the World Health Organization (WHO) released a report tagging the Philippines as the country with the fastest-growing cases of COVID-19 in Western Pacific Asia. The country has outpaced Singapore and China in terms of the number of new cases ...
 
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It opens the door for therapeutic uses of deep red light.
Who knew all those times we’ve been staring at the red traffic light while stuck in traffic could actually be beneficial to our health? A new study conducted by scientists at the University College London suggests that staring at deep red lights ...
 
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121 locals and foreigners were arrested at the restobar.
TV host-actor KC Montero and his wife were among the 121 people, which included foreigners, who were arrested at a high-rise restaurant and bar in Makati City yesterday, June 28.This is in violation of Republic Act 11332 (Mandatory Reporting of Notifiable Diseases ...
 
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Mass gatherings are currently prohibited in Cebu City.
Photos of a religious festival held on Saturday, June 28, in Sitio Alumnos, Barangay Basak San Nicolas, Cebu City have been circulating online. Despite the ongoing enhanced community quarantine (ECQ) in the city, wherein mass gatherings are prohibited, residents were seen lining up for a procession—they also ...
 
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The Philippines overtakes Singapore and China in daily cases of COVID-19.
The World Health Organization (WHO) has just released data on the number of new COVID-19 cases emerging in Asia, and it was found that the Philippines has the fastest rate in terms of new cases being recorded every day for the month ...
 
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He was 93 years old.
Just a few weeks ago, in May, former senator Ramon Revilla Sr. was rushed to the hospital because of breathing problems. Though he was eventually stabilized, the family today, June 26 announced  the "Hari ng Agimat" has passed away. He was 93 years ...
 
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The government proposed to rename NAIA. The people responded with memes.
In the middle of a pandemic, Paolo Duterte, representative of the First District of Davao City, together with Marinduque Representative Lord Allan Velasco and ACT-CIS Representative Eric Yap filed House Bill (HB) No. 7031 on June 25 seeking to rename the Ninoy ...
 
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It all started with the traditional practice of tuob, a.k.a. steam therapy.
The Province of Cebu has turned to the practice of tuob as a means to contain the spread of COVID-19. The provincial government issued a memo telling their employees to make time twice a day for the traditional method of steam therapy, a.k.a. ...
 
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This comes after curfew hours were shortened.
Dine-in services at food establishments are now allowed to operate until 9 p.m., the Palace said on June 23.According to Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque, the country’s COVID-19 task force decided to extend operating hours for dine-in services after the curfew time was ...
 
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Leaders must stop 'politicizing' the pandemic - WHO
The World Health Organization (WHO) director general Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus shared his concerns that the pandemic continues to worsen due to the lack of global leadership and cooperation between nations.The WHO chief also warned leaders about “politicizing” the pandemic and inadvertently worsening ...
 
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The Congress and Senate recently passed the Anti-Terrorism Act.
As the coronavirus pandemic continues to ravage the country, President Rodrigo Duterte has recognized terrorism as the biggest danger to Filipinos."Actually, the number one threat to our country, hindi ang mga Abu Sayyaf, hindi yung mga terorista of no value, itong mga high value targets ay ...
 
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Most of the reported new cases come from NCR.
The Department of Health reports that the total number of COVID-19 cases in the country is now at 30,052 as of 4pm today.Of the 653 new cases, 415 were fresh cases while 238 were late cases. Fresh cases were those whose test results were ...
 
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LISA can limit the spread of COVID-19 in hospitals.
An engineer at the University of Santo Tomas (UST) has invented a robot that helps limit the exposure of health care workers to COVID-19 patients. Engineer Anthony James Bautista created the telepresence robot, Logistic Indoor Service Assistant or LISA, which can be controlled remotely to go ...
 
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Unfortunately, one of the party-goers turned out to be positive for COVID-19.
Boracay in Aklan shifted to a modified general community quarantine on June 16. This meant that residents of the island as well as locals from Western Visayas are finally allowed to enjoy the island destination, provided they stick to quarantine guidelines: physical distancing, wearing face ...
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