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Cordillera cops continue tourism support
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JONATHAN LLANES September 16, 2020 IN SUPPORT to the move to slowly open the Cordillera Administrative Region (CAR) for tourism, the Police Regional Office (PRO)-Cordillera assured continuous conduct of flag raising ceremonies and tourism activities in key destinations in the...
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200 tourist capacity set in Baguio City
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MARIA ELENA CATAJAN September 16, 2020 A 200 tourist a day capacity is being studied for the September 21 opening of Baguio City for visitors. City Tourism Officer Alec Mapalo said the number has been initially set as a manageable...
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Baguio City National High School enrollees near 10,000 mark
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JONATHAN LLANES September 15, 2020 ENROLLEES for Baguio City National High School (BCNHS), considered as the biggest public education institution in the Cordillera Administrative Region (CAR), are nearing the 10,000 mark. Principal Brenda Cariño said there are more than 7,000...
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Isolation facility needed before Benguet opens door to tourists
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LAUREN ALIMONDO September 15, 2020 ISOLATION facility for coronavirus disease (Covid-19) patients should be in place before Benguet Province's 13 towns open their doors to tourists. Benguet Governor Melchor Diclas said this is an added preparation for the province that...
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Benguet molecular lab operational by October
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LAUREN ALIMONDO September 14, 2020 OPERATION of the molecular laboratory at Benguet General Hospital (BeGH) is eyed next month, as it seeks to boost the coronavirus disease (Covid-19) testing capacity of Benguet province. Officials from Benguet, Department of Health (DOH)-Cordillera,...
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Covid-19 cases in Cordillera near 1,000 mark
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JONATHAN LLANES September 11, 2020 THE Department of Health (DOH) confirmed an additional 175 coronavirus disease (Covid-19) cases, bringing the total count in the Cordillera Administrative Region (CAR) to 883 as of September 10. Dr. Ruby Constantino, DOH-CAR director, said...
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La Trinidad slams Baguio tourism opening
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LAUREN ALIMONDO September 11, 2020 THE planned opening of tourism in Baguio City did not sit well for La Trinidad Mayor Romeo Salda after they were not consulted on the plan. On Tuesday, September 8, Mayor Romeo Salda said they...
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Talks urged on Baguio tourism opening
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MARIA ELENA CATAJAN September 11, 2020 STAKEHOLDERS are trying to clarify that Benguet towns have not been bypassed on the opening of Baguio City to tourists coming from Ilocos after Tuba Mayor Clarita Sal-ongan called out the city for not...
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Opposition hounds Kalinga hydro project
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MARIA ELENA CATAJAN September 10, 2020 PROTESTS continue for a hydropower project in Kalinga. A petition was filed this week by the Cordillera Peoples Alliance (CPA), urging the National Commission on Indigenous Peoples (NCIP) to declare a failure in the...
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Robots introduced to assist frontliners
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LAUREN ALIMONDO September 9, 2020 A METRO Baguio-based local start-up in the field of robotics and automation presented solutions to help medical frontliners and residents in the summer capital during the pandemic. Zaxxun offers technology-based alternatives as it developed solutions...
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