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COVID-19 cases in PH may reach 500000 by December 31 — OCTA research

COVID-19 cases in PH may reach 500,000 by December 31 – OCTA research

MANILA, Philippines – The number of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) cases in the country may hit the 500,000 mark by December 31, a group of academic experts said Monday. In its latest report released November 30, the OCTA Research Team projects a lower estimate of 470,000 COVID-19 cases and a higher estimate of 500,000 cases by December 31, with a mean 485,000.

GCQ for Metro Manila, Davao City, 6 other areas in December

GCQ for Metro Manila, Davao City, 6 other areas in December

” Itong pagsalubong ng Kapaskuhan at nasa GCQ tayo, iyong mga tao ay muling lumaki ang bilang ng lumalabas at nakikihalubilo, minsan nakakalimutan ang pagsunod sa minimum health standards of wearing face shields, face masks, physical distancing, use of alcohol, and frequent application of disinfectant sa mga gamit,” he said in a Laging Handa press briefing.

QCPD chief Montejo to head Central Visayas police

QCPD chief Montejo to head Central Visayas police

Brigadier General Ronnie Montejo, the director of the Quezon City Police District (QCPD), will head the Philippine National Police’s (PNP) Central Visayas (PRO-7) police office beginning Tuesday, December 1. The PNP made the announcement on Monday, November 30. Central Visayas has a population of about 7 million, and includes the provinces of Cebu, Bohol, Negros Oriental, and Siquijor.

Create more jobs, TUCP asks government

Create more jobs, TUCP asks government

Create more jobs, TUCP asks government Mayen Jaymalin (The Philippine Star) – December 1, 2020 – 12:00am MANILA, Philippines – Labor groups held a protest at the University of the Philippines in Diliman, Quezon City to demand from the government jobs and benefits for workers displaced by the COVID-19 pandemic as the nation commemorated Bonifacio Day yesterday.

Flood summit for a comprehensive disaster response: Will it help?

Flood summit for a comprehensive disaster response: Will it help? – The Manila Times

SOME are wracking their minds to come up with ideas on how the country can better cope with the seasonal disasters, wrought on the nation by typhoons and floods. A lawmaker at the House of Representatives has called on the government to conduct a “flood summit” to discuss a “comprehensive” disaster response program to prevent […]

QC, House ink pact to control Batasan COVID cases

QC, House ink pact to control Batasan COVID cases

Quezon City Mayor Joy Belmonte and Speaker Lord Allan Velasco have partnered to work closely to control and manage the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) cases in the House of Representatives. On Monday, she revealed that Velasco committed to provide the City Epidemiology and Surveillance Unit (CESU) with a copy of the report on the COVID-19 cases at the House for contact tracing purposes.

LOOK: What’s inside Southeast Asia’s first and only Jordan flagship store in Taguig?

LOOK: What’s inside Southeast Asia’s first and only Jordan flagship store in Taguig?

The Jordan Brand is set to open its first store in the Philippines on Thursday at the Bonifacio Global City in Taguig. Photos provided by Nike Philippines showed the 4,500-square foot store containing Jordan Brand products, a design palette connected to the “heart and soul” of the brand and artwork made by local artists Veejay Villafranca, Jaime Pacena, Raxenne Maniquiz and AJ Dimarucot.

Peace group questions arrest of former NDF peace talk consultant

Peace group questions arrest of former NDF peace talk consultant

CAGAYAN DE ORO, Philippines – Church-based peace advocates questioned the government’s sincerity to peace with the arrest of Alfred Mapano, a former consultant of the National Democratic Front (NDF) on the peace talks who “retired” and was working with the government. “Is the government program of national reconciliation and rebel reintegration all for a show?”

Labor calls on gov’t: Stop mass layoffs, ensure job security

Labor calls on gov’t: Stop mass layoffs, ensure job security

The government should put a stop to mass layoffs after some companies have allegedly taken advantage of the coronavirus pandemic to terminate regular workers, a labor group said Monday. The Bukluran ng Manggagawang Pilipino (BMP) has proposed to the government to implement instead stringent measures to ensure employers would not undermine the workers’ job security during the pandemic.

AstraZeneca vaccines need to get FDA approval, says Duque; supply agreement could still be …

AstraZeneca vaccines need to get FDA approval, says Duque; supply agreement could still be discarded

Health Secretary Francisco Duque III on Monday allayed concerns over the Philippine government’s tripartite agreement with the private sector on the use of the vaccines from British pharmaceutical firm AstraZeneca, saying this could still be discarded should the vaccine fail to get the approval of t

Viral video shows boy crying: ‘Dami ng pangalan ko Lord!’

Viral video shows boy crying: ‘Dami ng pangalan ko Lord!’

A video of a five-year-old kid from Quezon City went viral online after he was seen crying for having “too many” names. Drayven Thomas Valdez, the little boy in the video, was crying and complaining to his parents over his “long name” because he was having a hard time writing it down “Gusto ko na bawasan pangalan ko,” the boy said in the video.

1773 new cases push Philippine COVID-19 tally to over 431000

1,773 new cases push Philippine COVID-19 tally to over 431,000

The Philippines’ coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) tally rose to 431,630 on Monday after the Department of Health (DOH) announced 1,773 new infections as 11 laboratories failed to submit reports on time. Rizal recorded the highest number of newly reported cases at 104, followed by Cavite with 99, Negros Occidental with 88, Davao City with 79, and Laguna with 72.

New credit card deals aim to help jumpstart recovery of restaurant industry

New credit card deals aim to help jumpstart recovery of restaurant industry

MANILA — Citi Philippines recently introduced its lineup of dining promotions to help restaurant owners as well as consumers to slowly adapt to the “new normal” brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic. Manoj Varma, Citi Philippines’ consumer business head, said they now have over 100 dining partners that offer discounts not only for dine-in but also for takeout and delivery, citing the changing preferences of customers.

WHO warns malaria fight flat-lining

WHO warns malaria fight flat-lining – The Manila Times

GENEVA: Progress in eliminating malaria has stalled in recent years, the World Health Organization said on Monday, with more than 400,000 people once again estimated to have died from the disease last year. In its World Malaria Report 2020, the WHO said progress against the mosquito-borne disease was plateauing, particularly in African countries bearing the brunt of cases and deaths.

Hontiveros sends typhoon relief aid to Cagayan Valley calamity areas

Hontiveros sends typhoon relief aid to Cagayan Valley calamity areas

Senator Risa Hontiveros has sent additional assistance to typhoon-hit Cagayan Valley by donating relief packs to the victims of typhoon ”Ulysses” in Region 2. As part of her ‘Liwanag at Lingap’ relief operations, Hontiveros sent sacks of rice, sardines, corned beef, meat loaf, and noodles to the provincial governments of Isabela, Tuguegarao in Cagayan, Nueva Vizcaya, and Quirino.

42 Foodpanda Riders Send The Same Order To 7-Year-Old’s Home Due To App Glitch

42 Foodpanda Riders Send The Same Order To 7-Year-Old’s Home Due To App Glitch

The neighbour, Dann Kayne Suarez, told SunStar Cebu, “She made orders when the Internet connection was lagging. Then, an error occurred. Since there was an error, she made another order. She repeated it several times.” He also said that the arrival of the Foodpanda riders in the neighbourhood stunned other residents, including him.

Burnout can look like…

Burnout can look like…

CEBU CITY, Philippines- Tired? This is what most of us might be feeling after battling the many demons brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic. It may seem like a good year for some who worked from their homes for almost the entire year, but it still gets stressful and sometimes it even gets overwhelming.

Overcoming the digital gap and food insecurity: A complementary target

Overcoming the digital gap and food insecurity: A complementary target – The Manila Times

ROME: Overcoming the digital gap to face food insecurity with the use of artificial intelligence practices in agriculture is part of a growing debate that seeks to simultaneously safeguard natural resources and address the difficulties generated by climate change and the implications of the Covid-19 pandemic.

Sport pays tribute to Maradona with tears, applause, silence, banners and song

Sport pays tribute to Maradona with tears, applause, silence, banners and song – The Manila Times

PARIS: On the first weekend of sporting action since the death of Diego Maradona, sports, leagues and teams round the world on Saturday paid tribute to the Argentine football great. Those who knew or had played with or against Maradona, who died aged 60 on Wednesday, added poignant emotion to the commemorations often held in […]

NKorea toughens rules of entry to sea to fight virus

NKorea toughens rules of entry to sea to fight virus – The Manila Times

SEOUL, South Korea: North Korea is further toughening restrictions on entering seawaters as part of elevated steps to fight the coronavirus pandemic, state media said Sunday, two days after South Korea said the North had banned sea fishing. The Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) reported the country is mobilizing more anti-virus units and establishing strong […]

Duterte: May Bonifacio inspire all Filipinos amid COVID-19 pandemic

Duterte: May Bonifacio inspire all Filipinos amid COVID-19 pandemic

MANILA, Philippines – On Bonifacio Day, President Rodrigo Duterte is hoping that Filipinos would emulate the patriotism and courage of Andres Bonifacio as the country grapples with the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic. Duterte delivered the message in a taped speech aired during the wreath-laying ceremony at the Bonifacio Monument in Caloocan City to mark the 157th birth anniversary of the Filipino hero.

Ika-157 anibersaryo ng kapanganakan ni Gat Andres Bonifacio, ginunita ngayong araw …

Ika-157 anibersaryo ng kapanganakan ni Gat Andres Bonifacio, ginunita ngayong araw; Pangulong Duterte, umapela sa mga Pilipino na tularan ang pagiging makabayan ng ating revolution hero | RMN Networks

Kasabay ng paggunita ngayong araw ng ika-157 taong kapanganakan ni Gat Andres Bonifacio, umapela si Pangulong Rodrigo Duterte sa mga Pilipino na tularan ang pagiging makabayan at tapang ng ating revolution hero. Sa umereng kanyang taped speech sa wreath-laying ceremony sa Bonifacio Monument sa Caloocan City, binigyan-diin ng Pangulong Duterte na mahalaga ang pagiging makabayan […]

Sinas begins major PNP revamp

Sinas begins major PNP revamp

Philippine National Police (PNP) Chief Gen. Debold Sinas has started a massive revamp in the police force, including key positions in Metro Manila and regional offices that affected 27 senior police officials. Brig. Gen. Ronnie Montejo, the current district director of the Quezon City Police District (QCPD) was named as the new director of the Police Regional Office 7, or Central Visayas.

House consolidates bill in bid to update Philippine Passport Act

House consolidates bill in bid to update Philippine Passport Act

Two committees of the House of Representatives have approved the consolidated bill updating the Philippine Passport Act of 1996. The House committees on foreign affairs and appropriations has endorsed the approval of a bill which “aims to update and reflect the current laws that affect the process of issuing passports,” Cagayan de Oro City 2nd District Representative Rufus Rodriguez, a member of the foreign affairs panel and one of the authors measure, disclosed on Monday.

Bayan Muna solon grieves and honors daughter killed in army encounter

Bayan Muna solon grieves and honors daughter killed in army encounter

DAVAO CITY, Philippines – The daughter of Bayan Muna Partylist Representative Eufemia Cullamat was killed in an encounter between the military and guerrilla forces last Saturday in Surigao del Sur. Reports from the military released last Sunday said the 3rd Special Forces Battalion engaged with the New People’s Army in a 45-minute encounter in Barangay San Isidro, Marihatag, and that Cullamat’s daughter, Jevilyn, was left behind in the aftermath.

OCTA Research classifies NCR, 7 others as areas of concern over spike in COVID-19 cases

OCTA Research classifies NCR, 7 others as areas of concern over spike in COVID-19 cases

ldquo;In the high-risk LGUs [local government units] identified in the NCR and other LGUs around the country, we urge the LGUs concerned to further intensify their efforts at testing, tracing, and isolation to reverse the increase in transmissions in their communities,” the OCTA Research said.