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Gatchalian Presses For Urgent Start To Learning Recovery

Ngayong may bakuna na, dapat na nga bang matuloy ang limited face-to-face classes?

Duterte Urges Pinoys To Join Advocacies Empowering Women

President Duterte calls Filipinos to join advocacies and activities that empower women.

Solon Wants To Intensify Covid-19 Vaccine Info Drive

House Committee on Health Chair Angelina Tan urges the DOH to boost its information dissemination campaign on the national vaccination program.

SC Looking At Other Vaccine Brands

The Supreme Court is studying the possibility of procuring another brand of coronavirus vaccine.

Continuous Arrival Of More Covid-19 Vaccine Doses Assured

Secretary Carlito Galvez Jr. said 1 million more doses of Covid-19 vaccines developed by China’s Sinovac will arrive this March under a PHP700-million purchase deal.

TCS Philippines Named Top Employer, One Of Best Companies To Work For In Asia

Tata Consultancy Services (Philippines) Inc., was recently certified as one of the Top Employers and named one of the Best Companies to Work for in Asia.

Poe Asks Malacanang To Hear Out Rice Farmers, Hog Raisers

Sen. Grace Poe appeals for support by not lowering tariffs on rice and pork that will open the floodgates for imports and further discourage local production.

BDO Foundation Rehabilitates 6 Health Centers

BDO Foundation completes the rehabilitation of six rural health units as part of its contribution to the achievement of the UN's sustainable goals.

Quarantine Facilities To Be Used As Vaccination Centers

Quarantine facilities will be converted into vaccination centers as the government inoculation program against Covid-19 officially begins.

LGU Execs To Get Vax Once More Supply Available: Galvez

Sec. Carlito Galvez Jr. said the vaccination of local chief executives against the Covid-19 will start once the country acquires more supply of vaccines.

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Schools For More Than 168 Million Children Globally Have Been Completely Closed: UNICEF

UNICEF data shows that 168 million children globally have been missing schools for almost an entire year due to COVID-19 lockdowns.

Gatchalian Presses For Urgent Start To Learning Recovery

Ngayong may bakuna na, dapat na nga bang matuloy ang limited face-to-face classes?

Duterte Urges Pinoys To Join Advocacies Empowering Women

President Duterte calls Filipinos to join advocacies and activities that empower women.

Solon Wants To Intensify Covid-19 Vaccine Info Drive

House Committee on Health Chair Angelina Tan urges the DOH to boost its information dissemination campaign on the national vaccination program.

Lapu-Lapu City Holds Mock Covid-19 Vaccination

The Department of Health in Central Visayas conducts a Covid-19 vaccination simulation in Lapu-Lapu City to prepare the community for the actual inoculation program.

Bacolod City Allows Entry Of Non-Essential Travelers

Bacolod City has now allowed the entry of non-essential travelers, however, strict implementation of health protocols remains in place.

SC Looking At Other Vaccine Brands

The Supreme Court is studying the possibility of procuring another brand of coronavirus vaccine.

BARMM Health Exec Says Region Assured Of ‘Halal’ Vaccines

Muslims prefer "halal" vaccines or permissible to the Islam faith.

Continuous Arrival Of More Covid-19 Vaccine Doses Assured

Secretary Carlito Galvez Jr. said 1 million more doses of Covid-19 vaccines developed by China’s Sinovac will arrive this March under a PHP700-million purchase deal.

Over 3K Bacolod Health Workers To Get Initial Covid-19 Shots

Some 3,125 healthcare workers in Bacolod have been identified to be the first to avail of the Covid-19 vaccines developed by China’s Sinovac.