Sunday, February 28, 2021

World Vision Assisted 64,000 People Affected By Typhoons Rolly And Ulysses

To date, World Vision has helped 64,000 people devastated by typhoons Rolly and Ulysses.

Sarah Geronimo To Crown Phoenix SUPER LPG’s Kalderoke Winner

Popstar Royalty Sarah Geronimo will crown the Kalderoke winner this Saturday, February 27! Sino kaya ang mananalo?

Phoenix Petroleum Bags 4 Trophies At 56th Anvil Awards

Congratulations, Phoenix! Phoenix Petroleum won a Gold Anvil and three Silver Anvils during the 56th Anvil Awards for its excellent campaign programs.

Eight SM Companies Receive Golden Arrow Awards On Corporate Governance

Eight SM Companies were given Golden Arrow Awards for their excellant practice of corporate governance.

Teachers To Help On Vax Program Info-Drive: Briones

Teachers To Help On Vax Program Info-Drive: Briones

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World Vision Assisted 64,000 People Affected By Typhoons Rolly And Ulysses

To date, World Vision has helped 64,000 people devastated by typhoons Rolly and Ulysses.

Sarah Geronimo To Crown Phoenix SUPER LPG’s Kalderoke Winner

Popstar Royalty Sarah Geronimo will crown the Kalderoke winner this Saturday, February 27! Sino kaya ang mananalo?

Phoenix Petroleum Bags 4 Trophies At 56th Anvil Awards

Congratulations, Phoenix! Phoenix Petroleum won a Gold Anvil and three Silver Anvils during the 56th Anvil Awards for its excellent campaign programs.

Eight SM Companies Receive Golden Arrow Awards On Corporate Governance

Eight SM Companies were given Golden Arrow Awards for their excellant practice of corporate governance.

Education Secretary Leonor Briones on Monday said teachers will assist the Department of Health (DOH) in educating the people on the “general aspects” of information about the national vaccination program.

In a virtual press briefing, Briones said teachers could not be tapped to help the actual inoculation process that can only be done by trained health workers.

“They (teachers) are trained to teach. They are not trained to inject. That is very dangerous to the patients,” Briones said in answering a query on whether teachers could be trained to help in the vaccination process in case the need arises.

Briones said the Department of Education (DepEd) may not even allow teachers to delve into details of different brands of vaccines which can only be explained by medical doctors.

She, however, expected the Health agency to give ample training to the teachers to equip them with enough general knowledge about the inoculation process.

Briones, who briefed Central Visayas media on current thrusts of DepEd amid the continuing fight against the coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19), said her office is in constant coordination with the Inter-Agency Task Force for the Management of Emerging Infectious Diseases (IATF-EID) in the plan to utilize schools as vaccination centers.

“Perhaps, we will not allow schools to become venue for vaccination if they are currently used as quarantine centers. We have to protect the schoolchildren, the teachers and staff,” she said in Cebuano.

She said she is coordinating with National Task Force Against Covid-19 chief implementer Carlito Galvez Jr. on the plan to utilize learning spaces for the vaccination.

“They need spaces as waiting room aside from spaces as vaccination centers. Bigger spaces are really needed, especially that school clinics only have one room and not all clinics have waiting rooms,” she said in Cebuano, adding that classrooms that are far from isolation facilities may be used. (PNA)

Ilocos Norte To Hire Seniors, OSYs As Tourism Aides

The Ilocos Norte Tourism Office (INTO) will be going to hire some tourism aides, including senior citizens and out-of-school youths (OSY).

Baguio Hospital Registers 2,500 Health Workers For Vaccination

The Baguio General Hospital and Medical Center (BGHMC) starts the registration of its 2,500 health workers who are among the top priority in the national Covid-19 vaccination program.

14th Covid-19 Relief Flight From Myanmar Arrives In Manila

The Philippine government brings home 55 overseas Filipinos from Myanmar, the 14th Covid-19 relief flight for Pinoy citizens there.

Globe Launches 5G Roaming In Thailand

Another milestone for Globe! Roamers are assured of uninterrupted connectivity in Thailand with Globe’s debut of the 5G roaming service in the area in collaboration with Thailand’s largest telco, AIS.

NegOr Health Authorities Gear Up For Covid Vax Info Drive

Negros Oriental health authorities gear up for a massive information and dissemination campaign.

BDO Posts P28.2 Billion Net Income In 2020

BDO Unibank, Inc. remains optimistic even their net income went down to P28.2 billion from P44.2 billion in 2019.

Zamboanga City Holds Centennial Treasures Exhibit

Zamboanga City Mayor Maria Isabelle Climaco-Salazar promotes the city’s cultural heritage, holding a one-week exhibit dubbed "Centennial Treasures of Zamboanga City."

PSA-Albay Opens 7 Centers For Nat’l ID System List-Up

The Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) opens seven registration centers for the ongoing Step 2 registration for the Philippine Identification System (PhilSys) in Albay.

‘AI Sa Barangay’ Launched In Kidapawan To Boost Hog Production

Veterinary officials of Kidapawan City in North Cotabato and the Department of Agriculture Soccsksargen (DA-12) have launched the “Artificial Insemination (AI) sa Barangay” project aimed at boosting local hog production in the province.

Government And Private Sector Join Forces To Launch Pilipinas Kontra Gutom

Sec. Nograles thanked all the groups and organizations support “that recognize the importance of battling hunger and have committed to work for a hunger-free Philippines."

Spotlight

World Vision Assisted 64,000 People Affected By Typhoons Rolly And Ulysses

To date, World Vision has helped 64,000 people devastated by typhoons Rolly and Ulysses.

Sarah Geronimo To Crown Phoenix SUPER LPG’s Kalderoke Winner

Popstar Royalty Sarah Geronimo will crown the Kalderoke winner this Saturday, February 27! Sino kaya ang mananalo?

Phoenix Petroleum Bags 4 Trophies At 56th Anvil Awards

Congratulations, Phoenix! Phoenix Petroleum won a Gold Anvil and three Silver Anvils during the 56th Anvil Awards for its excellent campaign programs.

Eight SM Companies Receive Golden Arrow Awards On Corporate Governance

Eight SM Companies were given Golden Arrow Awards for their excellant practice of corporate governance.

Lifestyle

ÀMEN Launches New Mask Collection Via Fashion Show Featuring 3D Finger Puppets

ÀMEN joins the trend as it launches its newest 3D finger puppet mask collection on March 5 in celebration of Women's Month.

Jollibee USA Serves Next-Level Chickenjoy In New Musical Advertisement

Jollibee USA's new Chickenjoy commercial leaves viewers the Last Song Syndrome ‘LSS’ effect. Mapapakanta ka na lang talaga habang nagki-crave.

Sinovac Covid-19 Vaccine Is Safe: FDA

FDA Director General Eric Domingo says "its safety profile is good" referring to Sinovac Biotech's Covid-19 vaccine with an efficacy rate of 65.3 to 91.2%.

Pwede More Or Sana All: Order A Variety Of Max’s Group Favorites

You can now order a variety of items from different brands in just one transaction with Max's Group's latest innovation!

Entertainment

Vice Ganda: “Baka Akala Ng Mga Foreigners Sila Lang Kayang Bumili Nito”

“Ako ang pambato dito sa Pilipinas,” sabi ni Vice Ganda at sa wakas ay ipinasilip na nito ang kaniyang koleksiyon ng mamahaling boots.

Regine Promises New Repertoire And Surprise Guest In “Freedom” Concert

Alamin ano itong panibagong pasabog na ihahatid ni Regine Velasquez-Alcasid sa kaniyang mga fans sa nalalapit nitong concert.

“Tunay Na Buhay” Turns 10, Features Life Story Of Vic Sotto

In celebration of "Tunay na Buhay" 10th anniversary features personal stories of Vic Sotto including his childhood memories, how TVJ group started, and his principles as a father.

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7.5K Health Workers To Get First Covid Shots In Davao City

At least 7,500 health care workers in Davao city are set to receive the Covid-19 vaccines allocated by the national government.

Pinoys Urged To Unite, Protect Rights On People Power Anniversary

President Duterte on Thursday enjoined Filipinos to stand united and stay vigilant in protecting their rights in commemoration of the 35th anniversary of the Edsa People Power Revolution.

DPWH Turns Over New Isolation Facilities To Bataan Town

The Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) turns over PHP41.89 million worth of new isolation facilities to the municipal government of Mariveles, Bataan in support of the fight against Covid-19.

NegOr Health Authorities Gear Up For Covid Vax Info Drive

Negros Oriental health authorities gear up for a massive information and dissemination campaign.

TESDA Distributes Over 2K Tool Kits To Graduates

The Technical Education and Skills Development Authority-Cordillera Regional Office (TESDA-CAR) distributes 2,711 tool kits to its scholars who graduated in the 16 short courses.

Travel

Palawan Eyes Reopening Of Calauit Safari Park In March

Palawan government eyes to open the Calauit Safari Park in Palawan by March.

DENR-Davao Intensifies Mt. Apo Trekking And Camping Policy

DENR-Davao pushes striker trekker rules in Mt. Apo but if remains unfollowed the government might decide to temporarily close the site for rehabilitation.

DOT Backs Vaccine Passport For Tourism Recovery

The Department of Tourism (DOT) supports the proposed vaccine passport for arriving visitors, a concept it believes would help further build travel confidence.

Hopes Up On Ilocos Norte Eco-Adventure Park Revival

An eco-adventure park in Ilocos Norte could soon be in development!

Motoring

Road Improvement Needed To Address Insurgency: PRRD

President Duterte sees the need to improve barangay roads in Mindanao, especially in the Caraga region, to address the insurgency in the place.

MMDA To Open Zipper Lane For EDSA People Power Anniversary

MMDA sets to open a zipper lane along White Plains Avenue in Quezon City on Thursday (Feb.25) for the celebration of the 35th EDSA People Power Revolution.

DPWH Proposal To Upgrade Currimao Seaport Access Road OK’d

The improvement of the access road leading to the International Seaport of Currimao has already obtained the approval of the national government to improve transport services in the area.