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Sibulan-Dumaguete Airport Gears Up For Flight Resumption

Airport authorities in the province are gearing up for Wednesday’s resumption of domestic commercial flights to and from Manila.

Join iDiveblue Against The Ecological Marine Disaster Of Our Age

This organization has set out with a simple goal: give the oceans a voice. Read more about them here:

CAB: No Domestic Flights Yet For 1st Week Of June

No domestic flight has been approved yet for the first week of June, as per Civil Aeronautics Board (CAB) chief legal officer Wyrlou Samodio.

Resort Staff In Maldives Bid Goodbye To Final Guests As They Shut Down Due To COVID-19

What are you going to do once they find a vaccine for COVID-19?

Baguio Tourism Loses P1.46-B During Quarantine

Isa ka rin ba sa may balak pumunta sa Baguio ngayong summer?

PTAA Advises Public To Be Careful In Booking Travel Packages

Don't let excitement to travel again get the best of you. Here are some reminders on how to verify if the business is legit or not:

RedDoorz Launches “Hope Hotline”

RedDoorz launches “Hope Hotline”, a mental health support pro for employees, hotel partners and industry-at-large.

Cebu Airport Prepares For ‘New Normal’ In Travel

Mactan-Cebu International Airport ramps up preparation for the "new normal experience".

UN: Virus To Shrink Global Tourism 60%-80% This Year

Since tourism is one of the most labor-intensive sectors of the economy, the COVID-19 pandemic will put 100 million to 120 million direct tourism jobs at risk.

PH Airports Prepare For ‘New Normal’

The guidelines are set by the Department of Transportation (DOTr) for the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) and other international and domestic airports in the country.

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Baguio Records 3 New COVID-19 Cases At Start Of MGCQ

Baguio records three new COVID-19 cases during the first two days of the modified general community quarantine.

3.2K Farmers In Eastern Samar Town Get Rice Seeds

Each farmer received 40 kgs of certified rice seeds and 2 bags of fertilizer per hectare of farm area and 20 kgs of hybrid rice seeds and 3 bags of fertilizer per hectare of farm area.

Ilocos Women Grow Own Food On Home Gardens

With the global threat of the COVID-19 pandemic, “growing your own food” has become the new normal for some women of the north, making use of any available space to shorten food trips to the market.

Sibulan-Dumaguete Airport Gears Up For Flight Resumption

Airport authorities in the province are gearing up for Wednesday’s resumption of domestic commercial flights to and from Manila.

House Passes Anti-Terrorism Bill On 2nd Reading

PRRD has certified the Anti-Terrorism bill as urgent, saying its immediate passage would “address the urgent need to strengthen the law on anti-terrorism..."

DOJ Sec. Guevarra: Mass Gathering Restrictions Due To COVID-19 Easing Up

Positive developments on the COVID-19 situation in the country within the month may prompt changes in the government's protocol on mass gatherings, including religious activities, as per Guevarra.

Wuhan Tests Nearly 10M Citizens In 10 Days

Nearly 10 million residents of Wuhan city in central China were tested for coronavirus in 10 days.

Holcim Recommends Building Solutions For Safer, Faster Construction Amid COVID-19

Holcim Philippines, Inc. believes innovative building solutions can help contractors keep workers safe and catch up to deadlines as construction activity picks up with the easing of restricted activities in the country.

Huggies Offers Top Tips Every Parent Should Know Living In The ‘New Normal’

Here are some takeaways from the Huggies Club: Facebook Live that moms should keep in mind:

Sen. Gatchalian Bill Authorizing Class Opening Beyond August Gets Senate Nod

The Senate has approved on third and final reading a bill that gives the President the authority to postpone the opening of classes beyond August.