JUST IN: Bacolod City Confirms 1st Case of COVID-19

Bacolod City Coronavirus

1st COVID-19 Case in Bacolod City, Negros Occidental Confirmed by City Mayor BACOLOD CITY – The said city in Negros Occidental confirmed its first case of the 2019 novel coronavirus or COVID-19. Every day, additional confirmed cases of the 2019 coronavirus, officially called as COVID-19, are recorded by the Department of Health (DOH). For today, … Read more

JUST IN: Philippine Coronavirus Cases Increased By 13 Today

Philippine Coronavirus Cases

13 New Philippine Coronavirus Cases Recorded by DOH PHILIPPINE CORONAVIRUS CASES – The Department of Health (DOH) records on the confirmed COVID-19 cases is now at 230. The national government, the local government, the Department of Health (DOH), and the other agencies are calling for the cooperation of the public. It is over the fight … Read more

JUST IN: 103 Central Visayas Policemen Placed Under Home Quarantine

Central Visayas Policemen

Home Quarantine Advised to 103 Central Visayas Policemen CENTRAL VISAYAS POLICEMEN – According to the Police Regional Office in Central Visayas, 103 of their men are under a home quarantine now. The Philippines is one of the countries hit by the 2019 novel coronavirus or COVID-19. Unfortunately, for more than a week now, there is … Read more

Cops Create Improvised Face Shields Due To Shortage of Protective Gears

Improvised Face Shields

Inspiring Photos of Cops Making Improvised Face Shields Due To Shortage of Protective Gears Circulate Online The inspiring photos of police officers making improvised face shields due to the shortage of personal protective equipment circulate online. Over the past few days, the Filipino people have started panic-buying of medical supplies including alcohol, face masks, and … Read more

Pasig Gets ‘Creative’ By Deploying Electric Vehicles

Pasig

Pasig Gets “Creative” By Deploying Electric Vehicles With The Help Of Global Electric Transport Philippines. Following Cabinet Secretary Karlo Nograles’ statement on banning tricycles or motorcycles, Pasig found a way to transport essential staff with the help of Global Electric Transport Philippines. This, as Global Electric Transport Philippines wanted to help the city by donating … Read more

DOH Chief Francisco Duque Reveals Condition Now Amid Self-Quarantine

DOH Chief Francisco Duque III

DOH Chief Francisco Duque Now Under Self-Quarantine DOH CHIEF – Department of Health (DOH) Secretary Francisco Duque III revealed his condition while being on self-quarantine. Philippines is currently facing a huge challenge – to contain the spread of the COVID-19. The whole population is racing against time to prevent what happened in China and in … Read more

Meralco Holds Off Billing Delivery, Meter Reading

Meralco

Meralco was holding off the conduct of meter reading and delivery of bills to households. Manila Electric Company (Meralco) on Friday announced that it was holding off the conduct of meter reading and delivery of bills to households. This, as the Philippine government implemented a Luzon-wide enhanced community quarantine in order to contain the spread … Read more

Sean Payton, Coach Of New Orleans Saints, Tests Positive For COVID-19

Sean Payton

Sean Payton, the head coach of New Orleans Saints, has tested positive for coronavirus disease. Sean Payton, the head coach of New Orleans Saints, has tested positive for coronavirus disease or COVID-19. This, as Sean Payton became the first person from the National Football League (NFL) who was known to have contracted the disease. According … Read more

Haiti Reports First Two COVID-19 Cases

Haiti President Jovenel Moise

Haiti President Jovenel Moise reported the first two cases of coronavirus disease. President Jovenel Moise reported the first two cases of coronavirus disease or COVID-19 in Haiti as his government adopted extraordinary measures to contain its spread. This, as Haiti President Jovenel Moise made an announcement during his address which was televised on state media, … Read more