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Fauci: US Could See 100K Daily Coronavirus Cases

FAUCI: "We are now having 40,000+ new cases a day. I would not be surprised if we go up to 100,000 a day if this does not turn around."

ASEAN, Australia Diplomats Pledge Cooperation VS. COVID-19

ASEAN and Australia diplomats agreed to further cooperation in researching and manufacturing of a COVID-19 vaccine and medicines, ensuring all people would get access to them.

Chinese Pres. Xi Signs New Hong Kong Security Law

China’s president on Tuesday signed a decree imposing a controversial new security law on Hong Kong, local media reported.

China Approves Coronavirus Drug For Limited Use

The potential vaccine has received approval for a year and can be used only on essential services workers such as the military.

Global COVID-19 Cases Top 10 Million

The worldwide tally of virus-linked deaths has reached 499,124, while the number of recoveries tops 5 million.

Global COVID-19 Cases Top 10 Million

The worldwide tally of virus-linked deaths has reached 499,124, while the number of recoveries tops 5 million.

Lee: Singapore To Hold General Election On July 10

Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong said that he has advised President Halimah Yacob to dissolve the parliament and issue the Writ of Election.

Thailand ‘Free Of Local COVID-19 Case For A Month’

Thailand on Wednesday said it was free from local COVID-19 infections for the last 30 days, local media reported.

Thailand ‘Free Of Local COVID-19 Case For A Month’

Thailand on Wednesday said it was free from local COVID-19 infections for the last 30 days, local media reported.

UNWTO: Int’l Tourism Slowly Reopening

The United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) reported that international tourism is slowly restarting, as travel restrictions across the world have gradually eased.

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Mayor Evelio: Bacolod City, DOH Open 1st Hospital-Based Level 3 Biolab In PH

The City of Bacolod has partnered with the Department of Health (DOH) in establishing the first hospital-based Level 3 testing laboratory in the country.

Mayor Jun: Northern Samar Buys COVID-19 Test Kits

“Having our own supply of test kits will allow us to examine more suspected carriers of COVID-19, especially the locally stranded individuals who will be returning home."

Guv. Ongchuan Accepts LSIs Despite Appeal To Extend Ban

“We will allow documented locally stranded individuals to enter and return to our province. They just have to coordinate with their respective local government units.”

Cayetano: ABS-CBN Owners To Blame For Network’s Demise

“It wasn’t the government who shut ABS-CBN down, rather it was their owners’ playing fast and loose with our laws in the past decades, that made the shutdown inevitable.”

Cayetano: ABS-CBN Owners To Blame For Network’s Demise

“It wasn’t the government who shut ABS-CBN down, rather it was their owners’ playing fast and loose with our laws in the past decades, that made the shutdown inevitable.”

Monreal: COVID-19 Positive Workers At NAIA Now 32

As of July 14, NAIA has recorded 32 COVID-19 cases among its staff, including 10 recoveries.

PAGASA: ‘Carina’ Maintains Strength As It Moves Towards Luzon Strait

Bagyong Carina, patuloy ang pagbagsak habang ito ay patungo sa Luzon Strait.

PAGASA: ‘Carina’ Maintains Strength As It Moves Towards Luzon Strait

Bagyong Carina, patuloy ang pagbagsak habang ito ay patungo sa Luzon Strait.

Mayor Rafael Warns Of Landslide As ‘Carina’ Turns Northwest

Motorists passing through the coastal town of Pagudpud in the northernmost part of the province are advised to take precautionary measures as 'Carina may trigger landslide and flash flood in low lying areas.