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“An Appeal for Shortened Working Hours for Medical Frontliners”

It’s always been challenging to be a health worker in terms of the working environment, responsibility, and time allowed to serve the best medical care for every patient in different medical fields. In this trying times battling with COVID-19, the pressure and deal were intense for every health worker. Through this, it’s important for them to get enough rest to work efficiently. As one of the steps to curb the

“A Man Crack on Sirens, Blinkers and Fake documents that made Him put to Jail”

All Quarantine Control Points (QCP) established by the Local Government Units must be overseen by the Philippine National Police to ensure uniform implementation of the prescribed Enhanced Community Quarantine Enforcement Guideline. Following instructions from PNP Chief, Police General Archie Francisco F Gamboa, a memorandum was circulated by Police Major General Emmanuel Luis D Licup, PNP Director for Operations, to all Regional Police Directors, ordering PNP Unit Commanders and Police Chiefs

“The Underlying Cause of the Beauty of Manila Bay During Enhanced Community Quarantine”

Manila Bay is also listed as one of the world’s best nature reserves. To see Manila’s bright lights, discover it on foot or by boat. Come here for a peaceful getaway away from the city center’s bustle. The bay is protected from the weather, ensuring that all 770 square miles (2,000 square kilometers) remain relatively shallow and avoid significant shifts in the tidal environment. Take a sailing trip around the

Four Filipinos in New Jersey Ship Negative in n-CoV

Four Filipino staffers on a Royal Caribbean cruise ship in New Jersey tested negative for the novel coronavirus. According to the Center for Disease Control, only four were tortured by Influenza A. However, a Filipino crew member was found dead in the engine room. The cause of death is still unclear in the report. Investigations into the death of Filipinos are ongoing. Earlier, a Filipino seaman working on a Japanese

Tito Sotto for VFA Scrap

Senate President Vicente Sotto III said Monday that the chamber considered the revocation of the Visiting Forces Agreement (VFA) with the United States inappropriate and inappropriate. Sotto said more than two-thirds of the Senate would certainly support the resolution recommending reconsideration of the VFA scrap. Sotto, as well as Minority Leader Franklin Drilon and Senator Panfilo Lacson, had previously filed Senate Resolution 312 asking President Rodrigo Duterte to reconsider his

Prohibition Travel to Taiwan

The Philippine government is moving to extend its temporary travel ban due to the outbreak of a novel coronavirus on all travelers from Taiwan. Health Undersecretary Gerardo Bayugo said the Inter-Agency Task Force for the Management of Emerging Infectious Diseases in the Philippines will discuss Taiwan’s inclusion in the list. Taiwan recorded the 18th case of the virus infection on Sunday. Citizens of the Philippines and permanent residents of the

4 PUI in Dumaguete Negative Swab Test for n-CoV  

Half an eight people under investigation (PUI) in Dumaguete City, Negros Oriental tested negative for a novel coronavirus in a preliminary swab trial conducted by the Research Institute for Tropical Medicine. Citing the Negros Oriental Provincial Health Office, three of the negative testers were in direct contact with infected Chinese couples who went to the area before being hospitalized in Manila. Meanwhile, a PUI that tested negative has a history

303 Chinese tourists under Boracay surveillance

More than 300 Chinese tourists currently checked into various Boracay resorts on Thursday were monitored as a precautionary measure against the spread of the novel coronavirus (nCoV), according to the Malay Task Force Against 2019 -nCoV. Barangay Emergency Health Response Teams are on the lookout as hotels and resorts are provided with guidelines for handling tourists under surveillance. None of the Chinese nationals under surveillance showed symptoms such as fever,

Immigration

The Bureau of Immigration (BI) has deployed nearly 800 frontline officials to Philippine airports and ports amid the outbreak of a new coronavirus, prompting a temporary ban on travelers from China, Hong Kong, and Macau. Immigration spokeswoman Dana Sandoval assured the frontliners that their well-being and safety were of great concern, giving the risks of their occupation, as they had direct and face-to-face contact with the traveling public. ‘Immigration officials

Chinese

More than 300 Chinese passengers who did not board flights back to China at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport on Monday sought assistance and food. Passengers were taken to NAIA Terminal 1 from Terminal 3. The Chinese Embassy and the Pacific of Cebu have reportedly addressed the escalation but no advisory has been given to passengers who are all waiting.  They are disappointed that they do not know when they