Global Coronavirus Recoveries Top 1.4M

Global Coronavirus Recoveries Top 1.4M

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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

Legislators Take Steps To End Child Marriage In The Philippines

Because of the increasing cases of child marriage in the last 6 months, Philippine legislators have recently united to end child marriage in the country.

Amid Rising Suicides, A Province Acts To Bolster Mental, Emotional Health

Iloilo province’s “Isip Kalasag” initative aims to combat the rising cases of suicide in Iloilo by “developing, training and capacitating mental health warriors."

World Vision Relief Ops To Cagayan And Isabela Underway

World Vision continues its various relief efforts for communities in Cagayan and Isabela province that have been severely affected the recent typhoons.

The number of recoveries worldwide from the coronavirus disease (Covid-19) outbreak exceeded 1.4 million early Monday, according to a running tally by US-based Johns Hopkins University.

A total of 1,408,705 recoveries were recorded across the globe, while 282,694 have lost their battle against the pandemic.

More than 4.1 million people have contracted the disease, the data showed.

The highest number of coronavirus recoveries was registered in the US, with 216,169. However, the US also remains the hardest-hit country with more than 1.32 million confirmed cases and over 79,500 fatalities.

Germany followed the US with 144,400 recoveries and Spain with 136,166.

Meanwhile, recoveries in Italy have reached 105,186.

Turkey entered the world’s top five countries in terms of Covid-19 recoveries with a total of 92,691 people beating the disease.

As of Sunday, Turkey had registered a total of 3,786 deaths from the pandemic. There are currently 138,657 confirmed coronavirus cases in the country, while the total number of active cases has dropped to 42,180, according to the country’s health minister.

Covid-19 cases have been reported in 187 countries and regions since the virus emerged in Wuhan, China last December, with the US and Europe the hardest-hit areas. (Anadolu)

26 Eastern Visayas Cities, Towns Re-Open Tourism Industry

Planning for your next #travel amid the new normal? These cities and towns in Eastern Visayas have re-opened their tourism industry under the new normal!

Pasig Starts Cash-For-Work For Typhoon-Hit Residents

Under Pasig City’s cash-for-work program, residents will help in clean-up drives and clearing operations in barangays badly hit by Typhoon Ulysses.

Aussie Aid To PH Typhoon Response Reaches P35-M

The Australian government's assistance since the devastating Super Typhoon Rolly and Typhoon Ulysses hit the Philippines reached PHP35 million.

UNIQLO Provides Aid To The Philippines Affected By Typhoon Rolly And Ulysses

UNIQLO donates 1 million USD in aid to Typhoon victims through SM Foundation.

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

Café In Pangasinan Town Boosts Tourism, Livelihood Amid Pandemic

Scenic and Instragrammable view ba ang hanap mo? Check out this new café in Pangasinan!

AFP Teams Bring Aid To Aurora Typhoon Victims

Soldiers from the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) arrived on Thursday in the province to provide aid to typhoon-hit residents.

Historic Iloilo City Plaza To Get New Look Next Year

Iloilo’s historic Plaza Libertad will have a new look before 2021 ends!

Legislators Take Steps To End Child Marriage In The Philippines

Because of the increasing cases of child marriage in the last 6 months, Philippine legislators have recently united to end child marriage in the country.

Hontiveros To PhilHealth: Remove ‘Expiration Date’ For Expanded Free Dialysis Sessions

Senator Risa Hontiveros urged the PhilHealth to institutionalize their increased coverage of free 144-dialysis sessions so that more can avail of the benefit beyond 2020.