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Pres. Duterte Places NCR Back To GCQ

PRRD puts Metro Manila and four nearby provinces back to less restrictive GCQ.

Spox. Roque: Palace Saddened By Record-High Adult Joblessness

“Ako po’y nagagalak na hindi tayo 100 percent nawalan ng trabaho kasi sa tagal po na naka-lockdown tayo. Talagang I’m still surprised at our resilience at 45 percent pa lang po nawawalan ng trabaho."

Mayor Vico Waives Private School Regulatory Fees, Extends Scholarship

"We know private schools are having a difficult time too, and some are in danger of closing. Many of their students can't afford tuition anymore. This puts our public school system in danger of overcrowding."

Sec. Bello: Joblessness ‘Seriously Concerns’ Gov’t

"We understand that the global pandemic has virtually wiped out the employment gains in the last decade. This is something that seriously concerns us.”

QC To Open New Quarantine Facilities, Molecular Lab

Quezon City government, to open new quarantine facilities as well as its own molecular laboratory before August ends.

SAP Beneficiaries Can Earn Extra Money Via Online Banking

A DSWD official says that beneficiaries of the Social Amelioration Program can utilize their online savings accounts to earn extra money,

Young Filipinos Urged To Join Healthcare Volunteers

A Catholic prelate is urging young Filipinos to revive the Confraternity of San Roque by volunteering as healthcare workers.

Sen. Gatchalian Urges Gov’t To Invest Heavily In Education Amid COVID-19 Recession

"Pouring more money into education means a more educated future. Milyung-milyong mag-aaral ang mabibigyan ng pagkakataon para sa isang dekalidad na edukasyon."

Usec. Vergeire: ‘No Solid Evidence’ Detected That SARS CoV-2 Strain Is More Infectious

"Whatever strain there may be in the Philippines for SARS-CoV-2, we just continue to enforce strictly and properly the minimum health standards."

Spox. Roque: PhilHealth Execs Under Probe Should Go On Leave

Malacañang expresses support for Sec. Guevarra’s call on all PhilHealth officials linked to multibillion-peso anomalies in the agency to go on leave voluntarily.

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Church Activities In Zambo Sur To Resume Friday

Limitadong religious activities at gatherings sa Zamboanga del Sur, pinayagan na ng IATF.

Manila-Laoag Flights Resume With Strict Border Protocols

Philippine Airlines is set to resume its flights from Manila to Laoag and vice versa starting November. Huwag pong kalimutan ang mga health and safety protocols.

PH COVID-19 Recoveries Rise By 740

Bilang ng mga naka-recovr mula sa COVID-19, tumaas ayon sa Department of Health.

Grae Fernandez And Kira Balinger Join ‘Ang Sa Iyo Ay Akin’

Grae and Kira are set to shake things up in "Ang Sa Iyo Ay Akin" as an explosive new chapter begins in the hit series in the coming weeks! What do you think will be their roles in Ellice, Marissa, and Gabriel's lives?

DOLE To Release Bayanihan 2 Cash Aid By 1st Week Of November

Bayanihan 2 cash aid, inaasahang maipapamahagi sa unang linggo ng Nobyembre.

Over 6.8K Farmers In Region 1 Get Subsidy From DAR

Namahagi ang DAR ng subsidy form sa mahigit 6,000 na magsasaka sa Ilocos Region upang makatulong sa kanilang hanap buhay ngayong pandemic.

UN Group Recognizes DepEd For ‘Outstanding Service’

“Under her (Secretary Leonor Magtolis-Briones) leadership, DepEd had been the most successful, actively participating in several youth day celebrations. We are very optimistic that with the presence of the UN, and at the same time, local representatives of the education and Congress, we can forge ahead and create new innovative ways that can bridge the gap.”

SMC Sets Massive River Dredging Program In Bulacan With Support from LGUs, Stakeholders

San Miguel Corporation gears up for the construction of its P734 billion Manila International Airport in Bulacan, the biggest airport development in the Philippines by dredging, widening, and cleaning up major rivers in the province.