MANILA — Iloilo Representative and House Deputy Majority Leader Janette Garin advised concerned government agencies not to make drastic decisions over plans to reintroduce mandatory
Old age, believe me, is a good and pleasant thing. It is true you are gently shouldered off the stage, but then you are given
Cebu Gov Gwen says vaccination ‘voluntary’
By Junex DoronioFebruary 25, 2022 CEBU CITY — Stressing that getting vaccinated against the dreaded novel coronavirus disease (Covid-19) is not compulsory and should be
Two weeks delay reasonable
Infographic courtesy by CNNPh The call by the Private Hospitals Association Philippines on the government to delay for two more weeks and monitor the trend
Uso pa ang contact tracing?
Uso pa ba ang contact tracing? Yes, uso pa po. Makikita sa larawang ito ang isang contact tracer na si Tess Rivera habang siya ay
BBM-SARA UNITEAM HINIMOK ANG IATF NA BUMUO NG MGA ALITUNTUNIN PARA SA MGA PASYENTENG NAKA- HOME QUARANTINE
MANILA — HIniling ngayon ng BBM-Sara UniTeam sa Inter-Agency Task Force for the Management of Emerging Infectious Diseases (IATF), na maglathala ng mga alituntunin sa
Female cop dies of Covid-19; PNP death toll rises to 30
MANILA – A female police officer is the latest among the ranks to have died of coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid19), bringing the total police death toll
Manila adopts shorter curfew hours
MANILA – The city government of Manila has adopted shorter curfew hours which will start on Wednesday, moving the curfew from midnight to 4 a.m.
Prayers urged for Covid-stricken former Manila archbishop
On testing positive for Covid-19, bishops and churchgoers have expressed their support and prayers for former Manila archbishop Cardinal Luis Antonio Tagle, who is believed