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The firing has been widely condemned as a callous and unfair punishment of a respected officer who was looking out for the welfare of his crew
An 80-year-old man dies in Dagupan City, Pangasinan, before knowing his test results
The apology stems from an online discussion between Joshua Molo and his former teachers in Nueva Ecija about how the Duterte administration is handling the coronavirus outbreak
Several countries have complained about substandard or faulty medical products shipped from China
Public and private sector employees as well as seasonal agricultural workers under 20 will now be exempted
The Department of Foreign Affairs says repatriated Filipinos were subject to health measures and will undergo quarantine
The justice ministry says the 5,654 detainees that would be freed were selected based in their age, health, good conduct and length of detention
The warning comes after the warmer weekend weather has stoked fears that Britons could congregate in parks and open spaces, potentially increasing transmission
'Let it be a statement of hope: There is going to be new life, new creation, after COVID-19,' says Caloocan Bishop Pablo Virgilio David
Professor Olivier Guerin says ''making the choice of who should be resuscitated is what intensive care teams do all the time'
A technical working group is conducting online surveys on the effects of the coronavirus on various sectors, as well as an online public consultation on preparing for the 'new normal'
Authorities say they are investigating the alleged 'absolute discrepancies' between information provided and the requirements of the law
Staying connected is important – whether it's a romantic or platonic relationship
Many of the world's 1.3 billion Catholics are observing the sacred days under home confinement
Authorities say the patient is an employee of the United Nations Mission in South Sudan
PBA stars June Mar Fajardo, LA Tenorio, Scottie Thompson, Paul Lee, and Marc Pingris express their gratitude to health care workers and other frontliners
Authorities say it is the second time that Pastor Alfred Caslam of the Word of God Spirit and Life Ministries held a physical worship service amid coronavirus fears
Allowing part of the Philippine Science High School main campus to be used by PCMC is the institution's contribution in the fight against COVID-19, on top of the face shields it has developed for health workers, says a school official
The number of Filipinos abroad who contracted the virus is now at 525 as of Sunday, April 5
The President will give his one-month salary while many Cabinet members pledge a 75% pay cut, says Presidential Spokesperson Salvador Panelo
The Department of Transportation says the 2GO ships would be able to serve 1,500 patients
‘Sports is magnetic. It brings humans together. It gives us something to talk about. Something to root for. Some form of hope’
Governor Susan Yap signs an executive order that sets a maximum P50,000 fine or 6-month imprisonment on those not wearing face masks outside their homes
'Why does Thomas Aquinas believe that taking another's property, whether openly or secretly, is morally acceptable in extremely rare but ominously not unreal circumstances?'
Despite lacking a coherent pandemic strategy, Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte is tightening his grip
There are 152 new coronavirus cases added on Sunday, April 5. Recoveries also go up to 64.
Officials say the camp in Malakasa, located northeast of Athens, had been placed under 'full sanitary isolation' for 14 days, with no one allowed to enter or leave
Only domestic acceptance and delivery of postal items will resume. The delivery of mails abroad remains suspended 'until further notice.'
Paul Douglas Calingin, the city government's COVID-19 economic cluster head, says 12,513 families living in relocation sites will receive the agripacks
Foreign Affairs Secretary Teodoro Locsin Jr says the doctors and public health experts bring 'invaluable firsthand experiences to share on fighting and containing' COVID-19
Armed Forces spokesperson Brigadier General Edgard Arevalo says the follow up COVID-19 test on AFP Chief of Staff General Felimon Santos Jr came back negative
Vice President Leni Robredo says the NBI going after Pasig City Mayor Vico Sotto and President Rodrigo Duterte's rants vs lawyer Chel Diokno send the wrong message to the public
'By being candid, the COVID-19 patients and PUI’s will help most their family members, friends, co-workers and those they were close with,' says a joint statement by 3 organizations of doctors and lawyers
'Hindi po kami under sa mga doktor.... We work with doctors, not for them.'
'Wishing for things to go back to as they were...comes from a position of privilege and petit bourgeois exclusivity.... We can’t simply ask for things to go back to the way they were – we must ask for change.'
Cibo can deliver a limited menu of dishes and beverages to certain cities around Metro Manila – check here for the list
The video features footage of an empty metropolis and stills of medical and service frontliners as Luzon enters its 4th week in lockdown
The Dubai government imposes the tighter restrictions after the United Arab Emirates records 241 new COVID-19 infections
Residents suffer from little to no water supply as the COVID-19 pandemic worsens in Chile
But Vice President Leni Robredo says it is 'crucial' for the government to properly provide the basic needs of Filipinos during the lockdown in order to avoid social unrest
COVID-19 infects more than 1.17 million across nations, with Europe bearing the brunt of the pandemic
The financial aid also covers the cost of laboratory, diagnostic procedures, and confinement of COVID- 19 patients, says Nelly Loyola, Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office (PCSO) Albay manager
This virus is new, and science is doing a parallel course of getting to know it while fighting it. Which is a very tricky thing.
The singer's publicist says she is responding well to treatment
Proclaim our coming victory over this pandemic, a victory only possible if we don't give up on ourselves, if we don't give up on each other, if we don't give up on God
Vice President Leni Robredo says President Rodrigo Duterte should not be tolerating individuals sowing division within government during the COVID-19 pandemic
Speaker Alan Peter Cayetano says almost 200 lawmakers have already agreed to donate their May salaries in full
Bookmark this page for April 5 advisories on services, schedules, and other activities as local governments, businesses, institutions, and organizations respond to the coronavirus crisis
‘There is still the Holy Week but we celebrate it differently, and hopefully, more deeply,’ says Bishop Broderick Pabillo of Manila