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496 More Cops Beat Covid-19, Active Cases Down To 2,043

The number of police officers infected with the Covid-19 continued to decline as the Philippine National Police logged more recoveries on Thursday.

LGUs Outside NCR To Decide On ‘No Vax, No Ride’ Policy

The local government units outside the National Capital Region will decide whether to implement the “no vaccine, no ride” policy, an official of the Department of Transportation on Thursday.

Gov’t Urged To Craft Pandemic Exit Plan

Presidential Adviser for Entrepreneurship Joey Concepcion and molecular biologist OCTA research fellow Fr. Nicanor Austriaco have urged the government to begin the country’s exit plan from the pandemic.

PH Attains All-Time High Palay, Corn Harvests In 2021

Record-breaking sectoral performance as the country’s national palay and corn production hit record levels at 19.96 million metric tons and 8.3 MMT, respectively in 2021.

Key Infra Projects Built, Improved In 2021: DPWH

The Department of Public Works and Highways reported that the construction of key infrastructure projects remained in full swing in 2021, which reduced travel time, ensured the safety of motorists, and protected lives and properties.

Manila Gears Up For Covid-19 Vaccination Of 5 To 11 Years Old

The Manila City government is gearing up for the start of the Covid-19 vaccination for the pediatric group aged 5 to 11 years old.

‘No Vax, No Ride’ Policy Part Of State’s Police Powers: DILG

The "no vax, no ride policy" being implemented by the government amid the Covid-19 pandemic is a valid exercise of the state's police power, the Department of the Interior and Local Government defended.

House Pushes For Mandatory Benefits To Health Workers

The House of Representatives on Wednesday approved on second reading a measure granting mandatory continuing benefits to public, private, and barangay health workers during the Covid-19 pandemic and other future public health emergencies.

PRRD Wants ‘Odette’ Victims Safely Sheltered, Vaccinated

President Rodrigo Duterte wants the government to build safe temporary shelters for the families affected by Typhoon Odette in the far-flung communities.

PH Did ‘A Good Job’ In Pandemic Response: Nograles Cites WHO

The Philippine government has done a good job in battling the Covid-19 despite its limited capacities, Malacañang said following the remarks of Vice President Leni Robredo of alleged lapses in the country's pandemic response.

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