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Sec. Tugade: Digitalization, Answer To Transportation Under ‘New Normal’

More cashless transactions are on the way! Sec. Tugade said that the DOTr is focused on digitalization as the country navigates to the new normal.

Lim: MMDA To Disinfect Headquarters

Heads up! MMDA operations will be suspended on July 9 and 10 to give way to the complete sanitation and disinfection of all its offices and adjacent premises.

Lim: MMDA To Disinfect Headquarters

Heads up! MMDA operations will be suspended on July 9 and 10 to give way to the complete sanitation and disinfection of all its offices and adjacent premises.

Lim: MMDA To Disinfect Headquarters

Heads up! MMDA operations will be suspended on July 9 and 10 to give way to the complete sanitation and disinfection of all its offices and adjacent premises.

Grab, Navotas Provide Livelihood Opportunities For The Recovery Of Navotenos

The partnership will likewise provide market access to at least 500 small businesses in Navotas who are greatly affected by the pandemic.

MMDA: Number Coding Scheme Suspended Until Further Notice

Despite the heavy traffic under General Community Quarantine, the MMDA announced that the number coding scheme is still suspended until further notice.

Sec. Villar: New NLEX Tambubong, Bocaue Interchange Opens July 2

The new North Luzon Expressway (NLEX) Tambubong Interchange aims to solve traffic congestion and will offer another alternative bound for Eastern Bulacan commuters.

Spox. Roque: Traditional PUJs Resume Ops In Some Areas

Among the areas that will use the traditional jeepneys again are Ilocos, Western Visayas, and Davao Region.

Spox Roque: Malacañang Denies Using COVID-19 As Excuse To Phase Out PUJs

Mariing itinanggi ni Roque na ginagamit ng gobyerno ang pandemya para makapagbigay daan sa paglulunsan ng mga modern jeepneys.

Delgra: UV Express Vans, Traditional PUJs To Resume Ops Next Week

Health and safety protocols should still be observed.

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Usec. Vergeire: Minimum Health Standards Still Best Defense Vs. COVID-19

Practicing the minimum health standards remains the best defense of commuters against the COVID-19, according to Usec. Vergeire.

Eda: Another Satellite Communications System Is Installed In Laoag School

Another rural school in Laoag has been installed with a very small aperture terminal (VSAT) satellite communications system meant to boost internet connectivity the city.

Sec. Tugade: Digitalization, Answer To Transportation Under ‘New Normal’

More cashless transactions are on the way! Sec. Tugade said that the DOTr is focused on digitalization as the country navigates to the new normal.

Go Motion Launches Re-Visions, A Webinar Series On Video Creation And Production

Calling all artists! Here's your chance to learn how to adapt to the new normal of video production with this FREE webinar.

Lorenzana: 48.1K Returning Overseas Pinoys Back In Hometowns

A total of 48,189 returning overseas Filipinos are already back to their respective provinces, Defense Secretary and National Task Force against Covid-19 chair Delfin Lorenzana.

Medialdea: Gov’t Working ‘Round-The-Clock’ To Reduce COVID-19 Impact

"We are confident that in spite of the continuation of this health crisis, our economy can resume its growth trajectory..."

Dr. Bernadas: Most Of Cebu City’s COVID-19 Patients At Home, Village Centers

Dr. Bernadas said 63 percent or 2,910 patients are either in barangay isolation centers or at their own home, while 1,711 active infections are still confined in the hospitals.

Usec. Vergeire: Community Transmission, Cause Of COVID-19 Case Hike In NCR

"It may sound repetitive but we will not stop reminding everyone to wear masks, observe physical distancing, sanitize. This is DOH's call to everybody, whether you be in the private or public sector."

Guv. Cadiao Urges Antique Villages To Establish Quarantine Facilities

Barangays in Antique were urged to establish their own quarantine facilities to help municipal governments accommodate returning residents.

Usec. Mateo: DepEd Reports 18.8M Enrollees For SY 2020-2021

The Department of Education (DepEd) said 18,871,245 learners have enrolled in public and private schools nationwide for the school year 2020-2021 which begins next month.