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WHO To Allocate 227M COVAX Shots By End Of May

WHO chief said Tuesday, 237 million COVAX vaccines will be delivered to 142 economies and countries by the end of May.

Myanmar Repatriation Testament To PH Commitment To Assist OFs

The Philippine government helps 139 Filipinos to get back home due to the political situation in Myanmar.

Preparations On Track For 2022 Beijing Winter Olympic Games

Matutuloy kaya ang 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics?

Rich Countries At Risk Of Their Own Vaccine Nationalism

“No economy is safe until every economy is safe," said Sebnem Kalemli-Ozcan a professor of economics and finance at the University of Maryland College Park hoping that developed countries will come to help the vulnerable ones.

Indomie: All-Time Fave ‘Mi Goreng’ Instant Noodle Developer Dies

Woman behind Indonesia's iconic Mi goreng instant noodles passes away at the age of 59.

Biden Signs Memo Condemning Anti-Asian Racism Amid Pandemic

"We'll all be better off for it," said US President Joe Biden as he signed a memorandum condemning the surge of anti-Asian racism in the country.

US Rejoins WHO

US President Joe Biden signs an executive order to discontinue the withdrawal partnership from World Health Organization (WHO) that Ex-President Donald Trump initiated last year.

Survey Finds Over 70% Of Asian Businesses Favor Asian Providers

A survey commissioned by Alibaba Cloud revealed that Asian business with an Asian mindset is a plus. Here's why.

WHO Reports Surge In Coronavirus Deaths Last Week

Over 93,000 people died from Covid-19 just last week.

US Lifts Covid Travel Ban On Europe, UK, Brazil

Two days before Trump departs his position, lifted travel bans from the Schengen Area, the UK, Ireland, and Brazil starting Jan. 26

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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.