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No Time For Complacency Despite Vaccine: UN Health Body

The World Health Organizationsaid it was "cautiously optimistic" about encouraging news on the COVID-19 vaccine.

Are Bats To Blame For The Coronavirus?

A study conducted by the Chinese Academy of Sciences showed that 96% of the coronavirus genome spreading around the world today was identical to another coronavirus found in bats.

‘Richest Countries Already Bought 80% Of Pfizer Vaccine’

More than 80 percent of the US drugmaker Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine has already been sold to the richest governments across the world.

Changes Under Biden Admin Might Extend Stay Of 350K Pinoys In US

Around 350k pending cases of deportation among Filipinos might be affected amid the expected immigration policy changes under the administration of US President-elect Joe Biden.

WHO Looks Forward To Work ‘Very Closely’ With Biden

After the Trump administration abandoned the WHO, US President-elect Joe Biden tweeted that on his first day as President, he plans on rejoining the WHO and restore the country's leadership on the world stage.

Foreign Dignitaries Visit Albay For Disaster Response Mission

Thank you, UN! Foreign dignitaries visited Albay to conduct an assessment on the destruction brought about by Super Typhoon Rolly.

Japan Hosts 1st Int’l Sports Tournament Amid Pandemic

Japan has hosted the first international sports organization since the postponement of the Tokyo 2020 Olympics

Southeast Asian Leaders Greet Biden Victory

Leaders of Southeast Asian countries have congratulated US President-elect Joe Biden on his winning the race for the White House.

Pandemic-Hit Japanese Firms Introduce Early Retirement

The number of companies in Japan introducing early retirement plans has more than doubled this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Globe Customers Enjoy Virtual Gardening, While Raising Homeschool Kits For World Vision

As part of Globe Platinum's #ForFutureHeroes campaign, Homegrown Weekend is not only an enjoyable perk for customers but a way for them to support Filipino children in building a brighter future.

12.5K More ‘Yolanda’ Houses For Eastern Visayas

The additional housing units for Super Typhoon Yolanda victims is expected to be finished before the term of President Rodrigo Duterte ends on June 30, 2022.

VPLR Visits Caramoan 19 Nov 2020

In line with her continued efforts to help communities hit by the recent typhoons, VP Leni Robredo visited the municipality of Caramoan.

Parents Of Child Laborers In Maguindanao Get Aid

The parents of 180 poor children in BARMM have received cash assistance from the regional government to help address the perennial problem of child labor in the region.

92nd ‘Malasakit Center’ Opens In Benguet

With the new Malasakit Center in Benguet, additional financial assistancee will be given to those in need!

SMC To Open 100 Add’l RFID Installation Sites In North And South To Meet Surge In Demand

To accomodate the increased number of motorists wanting to avail of the free RFID stickers, SMC is putting up 100 additional RFID installation sites!

PRO-7 Inaugurates Molecular Lab For Covid-19 Testing

The new facility in Cebu City is now ready to accommodate RT-PCR tests for police and their dependents for possible infection.

MYX Mounts Fundraising Show With OPM Artists To Aid Typhoon Victims

Join MYX Philippines’ 20th anniversary benefit show happening this November 21!

Step Into Smart Fitness With Amazfit Bip U, To Launch Exclusively On Shopee

Looking for the latest smartwatch? Check out the all-new Amazfit Bip U, exclusively on Shopee starting November 23, 2020!

ISOC Land Topped Off I-Land Bay Plaza In Pasay City

In line with its promise of “Office of the Future,” the 12-storey, 24,000 sqm premium office tower in Pasay City is designed as an energy-efficient “green” building developed to meet global standards of excellence.