COVID-19 Chronicles

Gacasan defends Sunday ‘lockdown’ in Guadalupe
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Caecent No-ot Magsumbol (The Freeman  ) - January 25, 2021 - 12:00am CEBU, Philippines —  On the first day of the implementation of the so-called “Sunday lockdown” in Barangay Guadalupe, Cebu City, at least six violators of health protocols and guidelines...
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The Manila Standard marks its 34th anniversary in an environment of uncertainty and hardship. All around us, the pandemic continues to sicken or kill, and threatens further to infect even more. The economy has suffered a beating with the lockdowns,...
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Virtual Chinese New Year celebration in Davao City
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RALPH LAWRENCE G. LLEMIT February 02, 2021 THE traditional Chinese Lunar New Year celebration in Davao City, which is on February 12, will be conducted online due to continuous restrictions on movement and mass gatherings brought about by the Covid-19...
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Davao City lacks cold storage facilities
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RALPH LAWRENCE G. LLEMIT February 02, 2021 AS COVID-19 vaccines are expected to arrive in Davao City later this month, Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio admitted that the city lacks adequate cold storage facilities that can meet the requirements of the vaccines....
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City welcomes CBCP offer to make churches as vaccination venue
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RALPH LAWRENCE G. LLEMIT February 01, 2021 THE Davao City Government is considering the offer of Catholic bishops in the country in including church facilities as one of the city's Covid-19 vaccination sites, Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio said on Monday, February...
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33 workplaces in Davao record clustering of cases
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RALPH LAWRENCE G. LLEMIT January 31, 2021 THE Department of Health-Davao Region (DOH-Davao) has recorded a clustering of Covid-19 cases in 33 workplaces in the entire region, with total cases reaching 1,145. During a virtual presser on Friday, January 29,...
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Environmental groups collect 2,000 assorted solid wastes
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RALPH LAWRENCE G. LLEMIT January 31, 2021 LOCAL environmental groups reiterated their call for the urgent passage of the ordinance banning single-use plastics in Davao City after nearly 2,000 different types of solid wastes were collected in a recent river...
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City completes upgrade of isolation facility
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 January 31, 2021 Dexter A. See The city continues to gain headway in the upgrading of its central isolation unit based at the former Sto. Niño Hospital with the completion of the project that increased its bed capacity to 300. City...
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More bike lanes eyed in San Fernando
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PRINCESS CLEA ARCELLAZ January 31, 2021 INSTALLATION of additional bicycle lanes is now being eyed in the City of San Fernando, Pampanga to ensure the safety and comfort of bikers. During her visit to the city Friday, January 29, 2021,...
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Guagua mayor says information drive key to Covid 19 vaccine acceptability
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IAN OCAMPO FLORA January 31, 2021 DEBUNKING myths and biases towards vaccines is a key approach in ensuring that any vaccination plan is acceptable to the public, according to Guagua town Mayor Dante Torres, whose team had been conceptualizing a...
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