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China Pledges P800-M Grant For ‘Odette’ Reconstruction Works

China has pledged funds worth PHP800 million for the Philippines in support of the national government's reconstruction efforts in areas devastated by Typhoon Odette.

C. Valley Electric Coops Help Restore Power In Typhoon-Hit Areas

Electric cooperatives in Luzon have sent crew members and donated financial assistance through the Task Force: Tulong Kapatid project to areas to Typhoon Odette-stricken areas in the Visayas and Mindanao.

Group Provides 10K Food Packs To ‘Odette’ Victims

A group of online cockfighting operators has distributed 10,000 food packs to communities in Southern Leyte affected by Typhoon Odette.

Manila Opens Exclusive Booster Shot Site For PUV Drivers

Public utility vehicle drivers now have easier access to booster shots as the city government of Manila opened a drive-thru vaccination exclusively for their use.

DOTr To Fine Violators Of ‘No Vax, No Ride’ Policy

The Department of Transportation line agencies will impose fines and penalties against drivers and operators of public utility vehicles found in breach of the “no vax, no ride policy” in the National Capital Region beginning Tuesday.

Fully Booked Closes 3 Branches In Metro Manila

Three of your most beloved Fully Booked stores bid farewell forever.

Makati To Provide Free Covid-19 Tests To Residents

The Makati City will provide free COVID-19 tests to qualified residents.

DOLE, PGH Link Up To Help Establish OFW Hospital Operations

The Department of Labor and Employment and Philippine General Hospital to help manage the clinical services of the country's first hospital for OFWs in Pampanga.

CBCP Supports Health Breaks In Schools

The Catholic Bishops' Conference of the Philippines - Episcopal Commission on Catechesis and Catholic Education has expressed support for the declared "health breaks" in schools in areas under Alert Level 3 as the country battles a surge in Covid-19 infections.

PCG Transports Over 2K Tons Of Relief Goods To ‘Odette’-Hit Areas

The Philippine Coast Guard has so far transported more than 2,000 tons of relief goods to areas in need following the devastation of Typhoon Odette last December.

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