Global COVID-19 Cases Top 10 Million

Global COVID-19 Cases Top 10 Million

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EDC-Sponsored Testing Facility To Enhance COVID-19 Resiliency In Ormoc, Nearby Provinces

EDC has partnered with the city government of Ormoc for the creation of a molecular diagnostic center that will level up the transcription of COVID-19 swab samples.

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McDonald’s Now Offers Group Selections For You And Your Fam’s Different Cravings

They also launched a platter of McNuggets and BFF Fries that are good for up to 20 people!

EDC Lauds DOE Move To Promote Geothermal

“We highly welcome the DOE’s recent directives to explore and maximize geothermal energy sources in the country."

Global coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19) cases have exceeded 10 million on Sunday, according to a running tally by US-based Johns Hopkins University.

The worldwide tally of virus-linked deaths has reached 499,124, while the number of recoveries tops 5 million.

The US remains the worst-hit country with over 2.5 million infections, while its death toll exceeds 125,500.

Brazil, which has the largest number of Covid-19 cases and deaths in Latin America, has the second-highest number of infections worldwide with 1.31 million.

Russia, India, Italy, Spain and the UK are also among the hardest-hit countries in the world.

China, the ground zero of the virus, has registered 84,743 cases so far, including 4,641 deaths and 79,591 recoveries.

Overall, the virus has spread to 188 countries and regions since late last year. (PNA)

Spox. Roque: Non-Essential Travel Now Allowed

Traveling across the country and abroad is now allowed, provided that tourists submit the required documents and comply with the guidelines issued by the corresponding gov't agencies.

Malaysia’s Sunway University Has A Creative Social Distancing Measure

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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.

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.

Alibaba Cloud To Accelerate Digital Transformation With Philippines Ecosystem Alliance

Alibaba Cloud, the leading cloud provider, aims to train 50,000 local IT professionals and help 5,000 businesses by 2023.

Pres. Duterte To Filipinos: Follow Conditions For Non-Essential Travel

PRRD reminds travelers to strictly comply with the guidelines imposed for non-essential travels.

Guv. Petilla: Leyte Seeks Downgrade Of Quarantine Status

Leyte calls on the National Inter-Agency Task Force (IATF) to allow them to transition from GCQ to MGCQ after it successfully contained the COVID-19 in the province.

Asec. Encabo: Gov’t To Help Over 5K LSIs Under Hatid Tulong Program

The government has targeted to help more than 5,000 locally stranded individuals (LSIs) go back to their respective provinces under the Hatid Tulong Program.

Sec. Dar: Policy Shifts In Food Systems Needed In New Normal

“There must be transformation everywhere in food systems from production to consumption and all places in between which will compel us to do things differently.”

Usec. Vergeire: DOH Still Supports Duque Amid Resign Calls

VERGEIRE: "As I've said before, there should always be a leader in a unit especially in times of this kind of emergencies, and even if they say this or that, we still support our Secretary."