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DTI Mentorship Program Targets Antique Youth, Women

The Department of Trade and Industry in Antique will hold free online lectures on entrepreneurship for women and the youth through its Kapatid Mentor Me program.

Antigen Self-Test Kits Now Available In Baguio Villages

Baguio City government has brought antigen test kits for Covid-19 in village halls and district health centers covering residents who want to undergo testing at the comfort of their homes.

BARMM Lawmaker Eyes Office For PWDs

A member of the Bangsamoro Transition Authority filed a bill that would establish more programs for the welfare of persons with disabilities in the Bangsamoro Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao.

11 Pangasinan Police Chiefs ‘Transferred’ Ahead Of May Elections

Some police personnel in Pangasinan have been rotated in relation to the upcoming national and local elections.

DOT Sees ‘Better Days’ For Baguio Tourism Amid Restrictions

Despite the increasing threat of the Omicron variant, the Baguio City government did not close its doors to tourists again but only enforced stricter border measures against unvaccinated individuals.

How Davao City Built Mental Wellness Center For Homeless

Some mentally-challenged or "palaboy" in Davao have now found a safe haven that will help them transform for the rest of their lives.

Davao City Lifts Negative RT-PCR Requirement For Health Cards

The Davao City local government is no longer requiring a negative RT-PCR or antigen test to get health cards from the city health office.

NTF To Roll Out ‘Resbakuna Sa Botika’ In Baguio Wednesday

The National Task Force Against Covid-19 would help accelerate the rollout of booster shots in Baguio City, expanding its “Resbakuna sa Botika” program.

Ilocos Provincial Hospital Boosts Health Services

Following the upgrading of its facilities and improvement of health services, Ilocos provincial hospital is set to engage the services of private medical practitioners as visiting physicians, consultants, and specialists.

IATF To Tackle Possible Alert Level De-Escalation In NCR

The Covid-19 task to discuss the possible de-escalation of Metro Manila from Alert Level 3 to the less strict Alert Level 2, following the downward trend in reported Covid-19 cases.

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