Sandigan Closes Premises Due To COVID-19

Sandigan Closes Premises Due To COVID-19

Spotlight

‘Green’ Energy Powers Biodiversity

Energy Development Corporation addresses environmental needs through its initiatives.

STI Launches Student Loan Program With Landbank

If you're one of the students who aren't enrolled yet because you've been hit by the pandemic, then worry no more, STI and LANDBANK are here to help you with your needs.

The World Of 5G Is Within Your Reach With Globe’s 5G-Ready Sims

Globe continues to dominate the new normal with its continuous innovations! Check this out:

DOH Teams Up With P&G, USAID To Reinforce Filipino Health Habits Against COVID-19

DOH partners with P&G Philippines to empower Filipinos to curb the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic through BIDA Solusyon campaign.

The Sandiganbayan closed its premises starting Monday after its two employees tested positive for the coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19).

In a memorandum dated July 12, Presiding Justice Amparo M. Cabotaje-Tang said the court en banc approved physical closure in an emergency meeting “in light of the increasing number of Covid-19 cases especially in Quezon City and considering that two Sandiganbayan employees have tested positive.”

Tang said the measure is necessary to enable the Sandiganbayan to conduct an immediate and thorough disinfection of its entire building and to conduct contact tracing as well as monitoring of the court’s employees.

She said that despite the physical closure all justices, officials and employees will continue to perform their work/functions and discharge the court’s mandate under alternative work arrangements.

The public may contact the court through its hotline and email addresses as published in the Sandiganbayan website. (PNA)

Maguindanao IPHO Registers 101% Completion In Anti-Polio Drive

The Integrated Provincial Health Office in Maguindanao has reported a 101-percent completion of its “Sabayang Patak Kontra Polio” campaign in the province.

Sec. Nograles: ‘Yolanda’ Housing Project For Ormoc City Is Officially Complete

"This is a result of unity, cooperation and perseverance among the national government and local leaders to benefit the victims of Typhoon Yolanda."

DFA Reports ‘Modest Spike’ In Filipino COVID-19 Cases Abroad

DFA reports 65 new infections in the Asia Pacific, Europe, and the Middle East/Africa, raising the case count to 9,692.

Pres. Duterte Reverts NCR, Other Areas To MECQ

NCR returns to the modified enhanced community status after the medical frontliners' recommendation. Here's what you need to know:

OWWA: 114K Returning OFWs Back To Their Hometowns

More than 114,000 returning OFWs have been reunited with their families in their respective provinces.

DOTr Issues Guidelines For Areas Returning To MECQ

DOTr has released a set of guidelines for riders and passengers amid the MECQ.

World Vision Marks World Day Against Trafficking With Call To Protect Children

World Vision Development Foundation commemorates the World Day Against Trafficking in Persons by urging officials to continue its efforts in strengthening the capacity of anti-trafficking frontliners.

Netizens, Advertisers Express Support And Excitement For Kapamilya Online Live

Kapamilya Online Live streams for the whole day! Have you seen your favorite show there yet?

19 Central Luzon PNP Personnel Contract Coronavirus

Around 18 policemen and non-uniformed personnel assigned at the Police Regional Office 3 have tested positive for the COVID-19.

Mayor Evelio Closes Bacolod Gov’t Center For 14-Day Decontamination

A portion of the Bacolod City Government Center has been closed for 14 days until August 13 for disinfection and preventive decontamination after another city employee was tested positive of COVID-19.