Friday, June 5, 2020
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Featuresdesk (ICG)


Fair Weather On Monday As ‘Ambo’ Leaves PAR

Hot summer days resume as Typhoon 'Ambo' leaves the Philippine Area of Responsibility.

Mayor Isko Reports 85 New COVID-19 Cases In Tondo 1

A total of 1,133 Tondo District 1 residents have undergone rapid testing during the 48-hour 'hard lockdown' last week.

DavOr Frontliners Undergo Swab Test Training

In preparation for the upcoming risk testing for COVID-19, Davao Oriental health workers underwent training on swab testing as well as the donning and doffing of personal protective gear on Friday.

LandBank Continues Cash Aid To Rice Farmers

As of April 22, a total of 61,564 rice farmers across 26 provinces have received financial assistance from the Financial Subsidy to Rice Farmers (FSRF) program.

Sen. Go Pushes For Well-Prepared ‘Balik Probinsya’ Program

Go calls on concerned government agencies to ensure that enough preparations are in order for the implementation of the proposed “Balik Probinsya” program.

Mayor Edgardo Resets Pre-GCQ Strategic Testing To May 6

Mayor Edgardo announces the strategic testing for COVID-19 of barangays in Cebu order to come up with a scientific basis in declaring general community quarantine (GCQ) has been moved to May 6.

UP Pres. Trump: US Will Have Coronavirus Vaccine By Year End

Pres. Trump is confident that they will come up with a vaccine for COVID-19 before the year ends.

Sen. Gatchalian Pushes Use Of Special Fund For Safe School Reopening

To help schools prepare for a safe reopening this coming school year, Gatchalian seeks more flexibility on the use of the Special Education Fund (SEF) allotted to local school boards.

77-Year-Old Stroke Patient In Baguio Recovers From COVID-19

GOOD NEWS! A 77 year-old Baguio resident successfully beats COVID-19!

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Diversified Business Portfolio Key To Phoenix’s Resiliency During COVID-19 Pandemic

Phoenix continues to reap rewards by being able to survive and even emerge profitable despite the challenges of this unexpected public health crisis.

MMDA Warns Cyclists Anew For Putting Up Improvised Bike Lanes

The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) has reiterated its warning to bicycle groups, which have put up their own bicycle lanes along Edsa and other major thoroughfares in Metro Manila.

Sen. Gatchalian Seeks Extension In Subsidizing Electricity Of Low-Income Households

Gatchalian: "Sa pagsulong ng batas na ito, hangad natin ang maliwanag at magandang bukas sa bawat isang Pilipino."

Grab Releases Digital-First GrabPay Card In The PH Powered By Mastercard

Activate GrabPay Card now and enjoy hassle-free payments starting today!

Stranded OFWs, LSIs Return To Bacolod, NegOcc

More overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) and locally stranded individuals (LSIs) returned home to Negros Occidental and Bacolod City from Metro Manila.
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