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Two recovered patients test positive; not likely a relapse
Two recovered patients were readmitted after testing positive for COVID-19 again. However, Dr. Marie Yvette Barez, infectious disease specialist of...
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CDC, Clark locators donate PPEs to Air Force
CLARK FREEPORT -- To support frontliners in the fight against coronavirus disease (Covid-19), Clark Development Corporation (CDC) and the Clark...
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Angeles City gov’t starts Covid-19 mass testing
ANGELES City Mayor Carmelo Lazatin said the local government has started its mass testing to identify the people who are...
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Bankerohan market still open to public
BANKEROHAN Public Market will still be open to the public even after a vendor there reportedly contracted the coronavirus disease...
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DavNor donates P12-M for UP Covid-19 test lab
THE Provincial Government of Davao del Norte donated P12 million to help set up the University of the Philippines Mindanao...
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DavOro, DavNor guvs undecided on ECQ lifting
AFTER being delisted from the areas under extended enhanced community quarantine (ECQ), the provincial governments of Davao del Norte and...
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DOH asked: More testing labs in Cebu
CEBU, Philippines — The Mandaue City Council yesterday passed a resolution requesting the Department of Health and the Inter-Agency Task...
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ICER stops emergency response operation; personnel tests positive for virus
ILOILO City – A personnel of the city government’s Iloilo City Emergency Responders (ICER) tested positive for SARS-CoV-2, the virus...
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ECQ extended in Baguio-Benguet until May 15
THE enhanced community quarantine (ECQ) in the province of Benguet is extended to May 15, Malacañang announced Tuesday noon, April...
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Covid–19 spike downplayed
HEALTH officials quelled fear amid the continued increase of confirmed coronavirus disease (Covid-19) cases in Baguio City. Dr. Amelita Pangilinan,...
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Army no let up in providing assistance
THE 303rd Infantry Brigade, Philippine Army, together with 5th Philippine Air Force Reserve Center (5th ARCen) and 14th Civil Military...
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Negros Occidental GCQ starts May 1
NEGROS Occidental will downgrade its Covid-19 measure to general community quarantine starting May 1, Friday. Governor Eugenio Jose Lacson said...
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Exit team readies city’s plan
The Bacolod exit planning team headed by Councilor Archie Baribar met yesterday to discuss steps to be taken by the...
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Quarantine facility built in Army HQ
An emergency quarantine facility was constructed in the Naval Station Felix Apolinario Panacan in anticipation of a surge in patients....
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Residents in lockdown barangays are staying in their homes: DCPO
Authorities assured that no residents were allowed outside their homes since the lockdown was enforced in some barangays. Capt. Rosario...
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Army personnel in Region XI still COVID-19-free
Army personnel manning the checkpoints in the region remained to be healthy and in high spirits. Like healthcare workers and...
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Davao targeting 1,000 beds for COVID-19 to declog healthcare facilities
The city government is scrambling to prepare 1,000 beds for COVID-19 patients to avoid overloading the Southern Philippines Medical Center....
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Yap: granting entry to OFWs is Bohol’s ‘small sacrifice’ in fight vs COVID-19
Allowing overseas Filipino workers (OFW) who have long been stranded in Metro Manila to enter Bohol is the province’s “small...
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IPPO holds poster-making tilt as tribute to COVID frontliners
ILOILO City – The Iloilo Police Provincial Office (IPPO) has launched a poster-making contest to honor all frontline workers in the...
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Coalition reaffirms rejection on ‘destructive’ environment projects
THE Negros Environmental Watch (NEW) Coalition has reaffirmed its rejection to various projects in Negros Island that are "destructive" to...
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Mayor: Let schools draft their own plans for students’ education
Schools must come up with their own plan to address the educational needs of the students amid the extended implementation...
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