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Stranded individuals told to contact city to return home
The city government committed to assist stranded individuals who wish to return to their respective towns, cities and province. if...
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Capacity improved, but city not equipped for widespread tests: Sara
Davao City has no capacity for mass testing even with the planned establishment of four testing laboratories for COVID-19. “I...
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DOLE provides emergency employment to 10,000 workers
THE Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) in Central Luzon has provided emergency employment to 10,375 workers in the region....
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Database for stranded persons launched
THE Davao City Government, on Monday, April 27, opened a database center for individuals stranded within and outside the city....
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3 private hospitals eyed as Covid-19 referral centers
DAVAO City Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio bared on Monday, April 27, that the City Government is now coordinating with three private...
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DOH-Davao preparing 2 more test labs
WITH the rising cases of coronavirus disease (Covid-19) and to boost the testing capacity in Davao Region, the Department of...
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SAP cash aid allegedly shared between residents in Isabela Town
CABATUAN, Isabela – In an interview with the INQUIRER, Mayor Charlton L. Uy of this town said he will probe...
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PHO: 23 recoveries due to better treatment protocol
BETTER treatment management was cited as among the main reasons why Pangasinan has registered a high recovery rate for COVID-19...
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Index Crimes in Pangasinan decrease
THE rate of Index Crimes in the province has decreased drastically since the implementation of the Luzon-wide Enhanced Community Quarantine...
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San Carlos City records 2nd suspected Covid-19 death
THE death of a San Carlos City resident with a suspected case of COVID-19 was recorded by the by government...
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PNP warns: Strictly follow EECQ protocols
PANGASINAN Police warned the local officials to strictly follow the protocol of the Extreme Enhanced Community Quarantine (EECQ) being implemented...
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Prov’l Gov’t started its second wave of relief operations
CAPITOL NEWS GOVERNOR Amado I. Espino III personally led the deployment of the relief distribution at the Narciso Ramos Sports...
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COVID-19 costs Baguio P1.4 B tourism ‘revenue’
Baguio City has missed out earning a potential revenue of P1.4 billion from the tourism industry, which is one of...
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No indication of “local transmission” on confirmed COVID-19 casea
Puerto Princesa City mayor Lucilo Bayron earlier announced the city’s second confirmed COVID-19 case, a 63-year-old local resident from Barangay...
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Ifugao reports 1st COVID-19 case; Benguet cases rise to 5
LAGAWE, Ifugao April 26 – This world heritage province recorded its fist Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) case after 40 days of...
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Shell PH Terminals Shows #CoVidCare To 6,000 Indigent Families
Shell’s Trading & Supply (T&S) is among the first to respond to the needs of Filipino indigent families impacted by...
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Davao de Oro to continue enhanced quarantine – guv
With President Rodrigo Duterte’s directive to extend the Enhanced Community Quarantine in areas identified as high-risk for COVID-19, the province...
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Distributor arrested for selling ‘overpriced’ rice
An alleged suspect who sold overpriced rice was arrested by authorities in an entrapment operation conducted at the Toril Public...
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Cops, businessman tie up to help 150 families
POLICE officers in the Angeles City have tied up with a realtor to help some 150 families affected by the...
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Stranded Dabawenyos still cannot enter city
STRANDED Dabawenyos in other parts of the country still cannot enter Davao City, Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio announced on Saturday, April...
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DA-Davao issues 11,000 passes for suppliers
THE Department of Agriculture (DA)-Davao has distributed a total of 11,543 food passes to agricultural suppliers in Davao Region to...
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