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The city health office is conducting contact tracing in the police office, while the General Trias police chief asks the provincial office for augmentation force
Stay Safe Bacoor aims to help in contact tracing, social distancing, and health condition reporting
Cavite Governor Jonvic Remulla is suspending the number coding scheme to make it easier for people to go to work and quarantine pass holders can now go to malls within the province provided they only stay for an hour and a half
Cavite police say the suspect shot at a cop and resisted arrest
Several restaurants and bed and breakfast hotels are setting new rules – less seats, table markings, and wearing of face masks – before reopening for dine-in on June 16
Police find 374 bags of suspected shabu in a General Trias residence on the eve of Independence Day
The lockdown in Sitio Aroma in Barangay Zapote 5, Bacoor City in Cavite will last until June 15
Bishop Reynaldo Evangelista of the Diocese of Imus says all parish priests are putting in place all the necessary precautionary measures in their churches to protect mass-goers once Cavite is under MGCQ
We label June 1 as ‘The Hunger Games: NCR, Cavite, and Cebu City Editions.’ For those returning to work, it’s like getting into a death match.
But Governor Jonvic Remulla says the Cavite government is imposing a limit on the amount of alcoholic drinks residents may buy per day
On IATF guidelines against backriding on motorcycles, Cavite Governor Jonvic Remulla says: 'Para sa marami, ang polisiyang ito lamang ang humahadlang para sila ay makabalik sa trabaho'
The governor also calls out residents who abused their quarantine passes and work permits on the first two days of easing the lockdown
'Time to implement our healing strategy,' says Governor Jonvic Remulla, who announced the certification issued by the Research Institute for Tropical Medicine to the De La Salle Medical and Health Sciences Institute in Dasmariñas
Recipients of the aid at a housing project in Naic say the distribution was led by the mayor and covered by a TV station
The 2-story Noveleta Public Hospital can accommodate 20 coronavirus patients
It is more than the government's missed target – 8,000 tests a day – for April
Mayor Angelo Aguinaldo says this is to ensure that the coronavirus does not spread in their town of nearly 84,000 people after their first COVID-19 case was confirmed last week
'Expect the positive cases to increase but expect also the spread of the virus to decrease,' Governor Jonvic Remulla tells Cavite residents
Cavite Governor Jonvic Remulla says nearly 2 million people should be tested in the province, which has a population of around 3.68 million
Cavite Governor Jonvic Remulla says apprehended individuals will be detained along with common criminals
[FRONTLINERS] After being infected, losing a loved one: Cavite doctor won't stop treating COVID-19 patients
The coronavirus brought unimaginable darkness to Dr Cherry Abu's life. She got infected, lost her mother-in-law to the disease, and suffered discrimination. But these won't stop her from returning to the front lines.
The province adjacent to Metro Manila, the epicenter of coronavirus outbreak in the country, has 77 cases as of April 7
(UPDATED) 'They are often overlooked. They pay the most taxes. They keep our economy alive,' Cavite Governor Jonvic Remulla says in a letter to President Rodrigo Duterte
(UPDATED) The Cavite City government has complained to the PNP that Noveleta Mayor Dino Reyes Chua is allegedly behind a Facebook page that posted unverified information on a coronavirus case in the city
Five of the new cases are residents of Imus City. The two others are residents of Dasmariñas and General Trias.
Mayor Junio Dualan of Naic town says he got himself tested after learning that a mayor from Bulacan province, who attended the same event as he did, tested positive
Cavite Governor Jonvic Remulla says a 76-year-old man died at a health facility in the province
Cavite Governor Jonvic Remulla welcomes the decision to shut down the ecozone for health and safety reasons, but urges PEZA and DOLE to address compensation issues
Cavite Governor Jonvic Remulla gets swabbed for coronavirus. 'I am now considered a Person Under Monitoring.'
The move comes as hundreds of passengers from Cavite were stranded at the Parañaque Integrated Terminal Exchange on Tuesday, March 17
(UPDATED) A province-wide curfew from 8pm to 5am also takes effect on Tuesday, March 17
Police in one checkpoint where hundreds pass in an hour don't check all the people going in and out of Metro Manila despite the declared 'community quarantine'
Governor Jonvic Remulla says the patient is a medical practitioner
The shorter school calendar covers only public grade schools and high schools. Private schools may use their discretion in adjusting their school calendars
(UPDATED) Cavite Governor Jonvic Remulla urges local government units to be transparent in disclosing information about coronavirus cases
The 16-storey La Cassia Residences, set for completion in 2025, will have 238 units
Bacoor City Mayor Lani Mercado Revilla says there are no activities yet and that the city's reclamation plan is still in the stage of securing permits
The first 10.7-kilometer segment of the Cavite-Laguna Expressway will begin charging toll after 3 months of operations
Ashfall from Taal Volcano destroys hectares of coffee trees in Amadeo, Cavite
The Court of Appeals also acquits one of the defendants in the 2008 kidnap-slay which was led by former Dasmariñas vice mayor Victor Carungcong
All its 23 towns and cities now host evacuees from Batangas
The Vice President also gives pan de sal to the evacuees, sending a message to her critic and administration propagandist Mocha Uson
Vice President Leni Robredo also gives evacuees a bowl of porridge and pan de sal aside from the food packs, hygiene kits, sleeping mattresses, and blankets she donated
Evacuees value their properties and their animals. But nothing, they emphasize, is as valuable as life.
Cavite province takes in some 15,000 evacuees from neighboring Batangas, and allots P15 million in calamity funds to assist them
The Cavite provincial government allocates P15 million, mainly for evacuation centers housing evacuees from neighboring Batangas
On a national average, 99.80% of households surveyed across the Philippines also have no disaster management plan specific for volcanic eruption
Congressman Elpidio Barzaga Jr also says charges should be filed against 'unscrupulous persons' who raised the prices of face masks, food, and other supplies
(18th UPDATE) Here are figures showing the impact of the eruption on affected communities in Batangas and Cavite, based on the latest situation report of the NDRRMC
Kindhearted volunteers help ease the burden of families reeling from the wrath of the Taal Volcano