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Wuhan Tests Nearly 10M Citizens In 10 Days

Nearly 10 million residents of Wuhan city in central China were tested for coronavirus in 10 days.

Global COVID-19 Death Toll Exceeds 350K Mark

The global death toll from the COVID-19 crossed the 350,000-mark this week, according to US-based Johns Hopkins University.

Japan Lifts State Of Emergency Across Whole Country

Japanese citizens are now allowed to go out freely and resume business operations due to the lifted state of emergency.

Colombia, May Kama Na Nagiging Kabaong

Isang kumpanya sa Colombia, nag-disenyo ng hospital beds na nagiging kabaong.

US Forensics Unveil NBA Legend Bryant’s Autopsy Report

Here are the autopsy results of the Kobe Bryant helicopter crash:

Trump Says He Knows About NoKor Leader’s Health

How is Kim Jong-un? Trump has a "very good idea" on how to answer that.

Global Coronavirus Death Toll Exceeds 200K

The death toll worldwide from the novel coronavirus surpassed 200,000 late Saturday, according to a running tally by US-based Johns Hopkins University.

US Pres. Trump Suspends Legal Immigration To US For 60 Days

US Pres. Trump suspends all legal permanent immigration to the US for at least 60 days, citing a "solemn duty" to protect Americans who have lost their jobs during the COVID-19 pandemic.

WHO Declares COVID-19 Global Emergency ‘At The Right Time’

WHO Director: "Looking back, I think we declared an emergency, at the right time... when the rest of the world had enough time to respond."

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Phoenix Q1 2020 Results Outperform Big Oil Players

Despite the challenges brought by COVID-19, Phoenix Petroleum remains intact as it beats competitors in terms of performance during the first quarter of 2020.

Fathers Take The Spotlight On CinemaWorld This June

Starting June 6, catch these heartwarming movies dedicated to father figures on CinemaWorld!

DOTr Sec. Tugade: Domestic Air Travel Allowed In Areas Under GCQ With LGU Approval

Department of Transportation (DOTr) Secretary Arthur Tugade said that domestic commercial operations in areas covered by the GCQ are now allowed to resume.

Davao Oro Launches Mobile App Access To Gov’t Services

"DDO iPortal" offers 9 major features including Online Palengke, E-services, and Tourism and Investments.

Baguio Records 3 New COVID-19 Cases At Start Of MGCQ

Baguio records three new COVID-19 cases during the first two days of the modified general community quarantine.

3.2K Farmers In Eastern Samar Town Get Rice Seeds

Each farmer received 40 kgs of certified rice seeds and 2 bags of fertilizer per hectare of farm area and 20 kgs of hybrid rice seeds and 3 bags of fertilizer per hectare of farm area.

Ilocos Women Grow Own Food On Home Gardens

With the global threat of the COVID-19 pandemic, “growing your own food” has become the new normal for some women of the north, making use of any available space to shorten food trips to the market.

Sibulan-Dumaguete Airport Gears Up For Flight Resumption

Airport authorities in the province are gearing up for Wednesday’s resumption of domestic commercial flights to and from Manila.