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Confirmed COVID-19 cases continue to rise in OccMin

The provincial government of Occidental Mindoro on Monday morning announced two more COVID-19 patients, both female frontliners from Calintaan town who have no travel history.

Anti-terror law takes effect July 18 — DOJ

In a message to reporters, Guevarra said the effectivity clause of the law states that it shall take effect 15 days after its publication in the Official Gazette or in at least two newspapers of general circulation.

Hotels ask gov’t to allow ‘regulated’ MICE, socials under GCQ

Hotels are asking the government to allow regulated meetings and some social events under general community quarantine (GCQ) to help the industry survive amid...

National earthquake, tsunami drill sa Calapan, kasado na

LUNGSOD NG CALAPAN, Oriental Mindoro -- Kasabay sa paggunita ng ika-25 taon ng 7.1 magnitude na lindol sa lungsod ng Calapan noong Nobyembre 15, 1994, isang forum para sa gaganaping '4th Quarter National Simultaneous Earthquake and Tsunami Drill' na gaganapin sa lungsod ng Calapan sa Nobyembre 14.

Panukala na magpapalawig sa lifeline rate hanggang 10 years, aprubado sa Committee on Energy

Ang pag-apruba ay isinagawa sa pamamagitan ng teleconference na pinangunahan ni Committee vice chair at Pampanga Rep. Juan Miguel Macapagal Arroyo.

DILG-Romblon discusses insurgency issues in barangay assembly

Barangay Mayha in Odiongan town is DILG's showcase barangay for 2019's 2nd semester Barangay Assembly Day. DILG-Romblon focal person Threeks Fontamillas briefed barangay officials and residents regarding the guidelines to local government units in the implementation of EO No. 70.

Solon wants to increase bank deposit insurance coverage

A bill seeking to double the maximum insurance protection of the country’s 63 million bank depositors has been filed at the House of Representatives. According...

Coco levy trust fund bill gets final House nod

With 221 affirmative votes, six negative votes and no abstention, the lower chamber passed on final reading House Bill 8136 or the Coconut Farmers and Industry Trust Fund Act.

Use of face shields in public spaces encouraged

In a press statement, Presidential Spokesperson Secretary Harry Roque said the Inter-Agency Task Force for the Management of Emerging Diseases (IATF-EID) is considering directing the public to use face shields to complement the wearing of face masks in low ventilation settings, including public transportation.

IN PURSUIT OF EXCELLENCE: A teacher’s triumph against poverty

Elger David, Teacher III of Senior High School in Meycauayan National High School (MNHS), Bulacan, exemplifies the values of perseverance, excellence, and victory. His competence and desirable attitudes as an educator have already been proven several times through different recognitions he received. But behind his success lies a story that can inspire all.

PSWDO OrMin urges public to protect the Integrity of SC IDs

During a forum organized by Philippine Information Agency, Provincial Social Welfare and Development Officer Zarah C. Magboo said they get reports about deceased senior citizens availing the 20 percent discounts on certain consumer products.

WHO warns of Covid-19 ‘deadly resurgence’ if restrictions lifted

Tedros said it would be a “dangerous” move to decide early in relaxing the restrictions.