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75% Of Infections Logged In January Mild, Moderate: DOH

About 75 percent of Covid-19 cases recorded this month are mild and moderate, a health official said Tuesday.

House Suspends Sessions Due To Covid-19 Surge

The House of Representatives has suspended its plenary sessions until January 24 because of the uptick in Covid-19 cases in the country, Speaker Lord Allan Velasco said on Tuesday.

SMC Steps Up P3-B Program To Revive Tullahan, Pasig Rivers

San Miguel Corporation is eyeing to remove a total of 1 million tons of silt and solid waste from the Tullahan-Tinajeros river system by June this year.

ABS-CBN’s Jonathan Manalo To Serve As Judge In Uplive Worldstage Singing Competition

ABS-CBN Music creative director Jonathan Manalo has been tapped to join the esteemed panel of judges in Uplive WorldStage, the annual global livestreamed singing competition organized by Uplive.

DOST-VII And DOST-IV-A Join Hands In Distributing Nutribun For Odette Victims

As part of the government’s relief effort to those affected by Typhoon Odette, the Department of Science and Technology Regional has distributed Enhanced Nutribun to small communities in the Visayas.

Recio Releases Self-Produced Debut EP “How Does It Feel”

LISTEN: Budding music artist Recio has put together a collection of songs inspired by his own personal feelings and struggles in his debut extended play “How Does It Feel” or simply “HDIF.”

US Sees Highest Rate Of Children Covid-19 Hospitalizations

US pediatric hospitalizations related to Covid-19 are at the highest level since the start of the pandemic, according to the latest data of the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

SoCot Requires Negative RT-PCR Results For Travelers

The provincial government in South Cotabato is now requiring inbound travelers to present negative reverse transcription-polymerase chain reaction test results at its border checkpoints.

Multi-Purpose Building To Rise In Antique Capital Town

A PHP25-million multi-purpose building will soon rise in Antique capital town that would include a hostel to accommodate visitors.

‘No Vaccine Card, No Entry’ Policy Starts In Cotabato City

Authorities in Cotabato City have started implementing a “no vax card, no entry” policy for all persons entering the city from adjoining Maguindanao province.

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