Wednesday, January 19, 2022

Unverified reports regarding partial lockdown in Metro Manila due to COVID-19 pandemic spread in...

Reports of an impending lockdown in certain parts of Metro Manila are spreading like wildfire in social media adding more jitters to an already panicking population. Several screen shots of a top heavy PNP meeting...

Training of teachers, printing of modules for distance learning yet to happen two months...

Department of Education (DepEd) Undersecretary Diosdado San Antonio bared that around 60% or 800,000 public teachers are yet to be trained for distance learning while printing of modules for students has yet to start,...

WHO sees COVID-19 spike among young age groups

The World Health Organization (WHO) reported that more people from young age groups are getting infected with COVID-19. Reminding that young people are not immune to COVID-19 nor to its fatal effects, WHO country representative...

Hygiene products proposed a purchasing limit from panic buying amidst Covid-19

It was reported that personal hygiene products became so high in demand to the point out-of-stocks in supermarkets as more and more customers continues to buy such products in bulk, with announcement updates by...

Eleazar warns Independence Day protesters: ‘Think twice’

Joint Task Force COVID Shield Commander Police Lt. General Guillermo Eleazar had some words to share to those who are planning to join the Independence Day protests tomorrow: ‘Think twice.’ “First, we would like to...

Latest SWS survey reveals lives of 83% of Filipinos worsened, Palace not surprised

In what’s considered as ‘the worst survey trend in history,’ a recent Social Weather Stations (SWS) survey revealed that 83% of Filipinos claim that their lives worsened in 2019, something that didn’t surprise Malacañang. The...
VCO 'kills' 90 percent of COVID-19 in mild cases—DOST Headline PH

VCO ‘kills’ 90 percent of COVID-19 in mild cases—DOST

MANILA — The all-natural virgin coconut oil (VCO), apart from its use as a substitute for fatty oils in cooking or baking, or as part of one's diet because of its medium-chain triglycerides, is...

Duque not Duterte’s ‘whipping boy,’ Roque says

Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque said Wednesday that President Rodrigo Duterte remains supportive of the Department of Health (DOH) Secretary Francisco Duque III amid the alleged anomalies linked to the COVID-19 response in the Philippines. This...

Filipino medical frontliners with COVID-19 now at 1,886

The Department of Health (DOH) revealed that the number of Filipino medical frontliners with COVID-19 has reached 1,886. According to DOH undersecretary Maria Rosario Vergeire, out of 1,886 cases, 34 died, 403 recovered, and 1,449...

IATF OKs partial resumption of dine-in services in GCQ areas

Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) Secretary Ramon Lopez said that the Inter-Agency Task Force on Emerging Infectious Diseases (IATF-EID) has allowed the restaurants located in areas under the general community quarantine (GCQ) to...

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Odette's rampage leaves severe damage across Visayas | Headline PH

Odette’s rampage leaves severe damage across Visayas

  After wreaking havoc in Mindanao, Typhoon Odette (Rai) rampaged through the central Philippine region. Thousands of families were evacuated across the regions with the Cebu...
EU leaders looking at new sanctions against Russia | Headline PH

EU leaders looking at new sanctions against Russia

  The European Union is being assaulted on multiple fronts by Russia and must unite behind new economic sanctions, Baltic and central European leaders said...
Omicron in China places half a million in quarantine | Headline PH

Omicron in China places half a million in quarantine

  Media report on Monday provided the country's first case of the fast-spreading Omicron variant identified in the northern port city of Tianjin.   BEIJING, China —...