Overseas Filipinos With Covid-19 Now 9,569

Overseas Filipinos With Covid-19 Now 9,569

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Save The Children Philippines Launches “E-Regalo Sa Mga Bata”

For every Php 10,000 raised through E-Regalo sa mga Bata, Save the Children will provide learning kits and life-saving essentials to 20 children.

DOTr Sec. Tugade Urges Drivers Of PUV To Participate In Gov’t’s Service Contract Program

Sa ilalim ng Service Contracting Program ng LTFRB, maaaring makatanggap ng karagdagang kita ang mga drayber na lubos na naapektuhan ang pangkabuhayan dahil sa COVID-19 pandemic.

In New Education Normal, Volunteers Help Fill Crucial Learning Gaps

“I volunteered because I didn’t want these kids to waste their time learning nothing,” says Emy Tarnate, one of the hundreds of volunteers helping children survive an education system altered by a global health crisis.

ECHO, OXFAM, World Vision, And ADRA Partner To Support Goni-Displaced Families In Bicol

World Vision, along with several of its partners, vows to provide immediate aid to the most affected communities in the hard-hit areas of the Bicol region.

The Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) on Sunday reported 13 more Filipinos abroad infected with the coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19), bringing the total tally to 9,569.

In its latest case bulletin, the DFA said the new cases were mostly from the Asia and the Pacific.

“Compared to yesterday’s percentages, the total number of those who have recovered from Covid-19 slightly increased to 58.2 percent of the total confirmed cases. While those who are under treatment decreased to 34.8 percent. Meanwhile, the percentage of those who died due to the disease remained at 7 percent,” it said.

The total number of recoveries is 5,572, the total tally of deaths is 671.

Meanwhile, a total of 3,326 Filipinos abroad are still undergoing treatment.

“As reported last night, the DFA has repatriated a total of 115,793 since the first Covid-related repatriation flight arrived from Wuhan in February 2020. The DFA eyes to safely repatriate an estimated 100,000 nationals abroad within the next two months, keeping in mind the prevention of the further spread of Covid-19 infections in our country,” the DFA said. (PNA)

Several Countries Ready To Accept Pinoy Med Workers: POEA

Several countries in three continents are ready to accept Filipino medical workers after the government lifted the temporary deployment ban.

PH Covid-19 Recoveries Up By 328

Total COVID-19 recoveries in the country is now at 387,266.

3,500 Villagers Targeted For Mass Covid-19 Testing In Cagayan

Priority targets include families with active cases, flood victims, front-liners, health workers and responders.

Borongan City Farmers Get 800 Sacks Of Quality Rice Seeds

A total of 800 sacks will be distributed o early planters in Borongan City in Eastern Samar.

Historic Iloilo City Plaza To Get New Look Next Year

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

Obey Health Protocols To Avoid Post-Holiday Covid-19 Surge: PRRD

President Rodrigo Duterte urges the public to help the military and police stop the COVID-19 infection by staying inside their homes.

British Council And Design Center To Lead Design Economy Mapping In The Philippines

Through the new mapping project, British Council hopes to provide an evidence-based model of the country’s design ecosystem

DA Assures Stable Supply Of Fish Amid Typhoons

The Department of Agriculture has assured stable supply of fish until year end despite the series of typhoons that hit the fisheries sector.

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.

Lea Salonga Criticizes DepEd Module For Several Times

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