Global Coronavirus Cases Surpass 40M

Global Coronavirus Cases Surpass 40M

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Manila International Auto Show Shifts Its Gears Virtually With Mias Wired This December

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Need A Fast Connection? No Worries, Grab And Globe At Home Have Got You Covered!

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Globe Named As One Of Top 30 ‘Global Rising Star’ Telcos In The World

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The number of the coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19) cases in the world has surpassed 40 million early Monday, according to Johns Hopkins University data.

More than 1.11 million people have lost their lives around the world from Covid-19 so far.

The US still leads the world in the number of Covid-19 cases with over 8.15 million, while deaths are at almost 220,000.

In India, more than 7.55 million people contracted the virus with a death toll of over 114,600. Brazil has more than 5.22 million cases and a death toll exceeding 153,600.

China, the birthplace of Covid-19, has close to 91,000 cases with 4,739 deaths.

The UK’s Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies said Sunday more than one coronavirus vaccine will be available at the beginning of 2021.

American pharmaceutical firm Pfizer said Friday it may know the effectiveness of its vaccine by the end of October, and it is planning to submit safety data on the final dose of the vaccine to the US Food and Drug Administration in the third week of November.

A vaccine candidate developed by the Beijing Institute of Biological Products, affiliated to the state-owned China National Pharmaceutical Group (Sinopharm), elicited antibody response in recipients, according to a study published Thursday in the Lancet Infectious Diseases journal.

Meanwhile, Russian President Vladimir Putin said Wednesday that a second coronavirus vaccine, EpiVakKorona, has been granted regulatory approval.

There are more than 170 vaccines around the world that are candidates for Covid-19 and tracked by the World Health Organization, but none has been approved for general use yet. (PNA)

Tarlac’s ‘Belenismo’ Pushes Through Amid Covid-19, Typhoon Damage

Despite many difficulties encountered by Tarlaquenos, the famous ‘Belenismo sa Tarlac’ still pushed through and ended with a success.

Listen To Children’s Experiences Of COVID-19 – UNICEF

UNICEF PH calls upon children and youth to raise their voices and calls upon adults to listen to them and commit to acting on their concerns.

CeMAP Ensures Cement Supply To Bicol Region, Isabela, Cagayan

CeMAP assures that there will be adequate supply of cement products for provinces affected by the successive typhoons that hit the country.

‘No SafePass, No Entry’ Begins At Ilocos Norte Capitol

Starting November 25, employees and visitors with official transactions at the offices of Ilocos Norte Provincial Capitol will be required to present a SafePass Quick Response (QR) code upon entry and exit.

3-Day Exhibit To Showcase Innovative Ilokano Products In Paoay

Enjoy the products of local entrepreneurs at this year’s “Produkto ni Ilokano Trade Fair” in front of the Arte Luna building in Paoay, Ilocos Norte on November 26-28, 2020.

Gatchalian Bats For Typhoon-Resistant School Buildings

Sen. Sherwin Gatchalian has urged the DepEd and the DPWH to convert school buildings into typhoon-resistant structures.

Globe Encourages Rainforestation To Combat Adverse Effects Of Climate Change

Together with its customers and partners, Globe has raised Php 14.8 million equivalent to 148 hectares of reforestation sites in several areas in Bukidnon and Lanao del Sur.

Tanza Receives School Building From SM

SM Prime, through SM Foundation, formally turned over a two-story, four-classroom school building to Punta Elementary School (PES) in Tanza, Cavite on November 20, 2020

Mati City Remains ‘ASF-Free’

Mati City in Davao Oriental remains free from the African swine fever (ASF) even while its neighboring provinces are registering infections.

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