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Journalist Howie Severino says he was brought to the Amoranto Stadium, where he saw 'hundreds of people' required to attend a seminar on the coronavirus
New coronavirus cases are traced to drinking sessions, boodle fights, wakes, and even basketball and volleyball games
The 6 Chinese POGO workers escape detention in Camp Karingal, Quezon City
Three persons deprived of liberty describe how inhuman conditions in the country’s jails and prisons are placing them at greater risk amid the COVID-19 pandemic
Operations will resume on June 22
A newly-approved local budget for education will also provide internet allowance and gadgets for public school teachers
Here's what some major roads in Quezon City look like on Monday morning, June 1
The beauty queen thanks those who have supported Young Focus Philippines' 'No Work, No Rice' campaign
Metro Manila's biggest city reaches a grim milestone in its fight against the pandemic
'The barangay should have a bulletin board with reliable, complete, and updated information. Otherwise, the spread of rumors and unverified information creates confusion, even fear.'
The biggest Metro Manila city releases rules on allowed businesses, transportation, and activities for the period of modified enhanced community quarantine
Stores can only sell alcoholic drinks from 1 pm to 5 pm while QC residents can only consume them at home
The special lockdown will be enforced in certain roads, blocks, or compounds from May 13 to May 26
The National Capital Region Police Office makes the announcement two full days after it placed Camp Karingal on lockdown and got confirmation of the infections
(UPDATED) Vice President Leni Robredo says the app is designed to assist small-time market vendors and tricycle drivers affected by the pandemic
The proposed period entails the introduction of strict health measures for businesses and possible localized ECQ in barangays with high COVID-19 cases
UP Diliman's famous isawan stall is now open for pick-up and takeout orders of Mang Larry's isaw, pork barbecue, gizzard, and other items
Three of the arrested volunteers are students of the University of the Philippines
The Quezon City local government is also dropping its complaints against Michael Rubuia, which means he walks free
(UPDATED) The Quezon City local government has ordered a 'full-blown investigation' into the incident
Alquin Flores knows there are people who look down on his job. But he vows to keep on collecting their trash to help stop the spread of COVID-19.
These establishments, as well as credit cooperatives, pawnshops, and e-money issuers, are allowed to deploy a skeleton workforce
Julia Barretto and sisters Dani and Claudia have raised money for the facility at the Fe del Mundo Medical Center in Quezon City
The Philippine Army renders military honors to the late soldier, and says its ‘priority’ now is to take care of his grieving family
The video of a simulated police arrest in Sipocot, Camarines Sur, goes viral two days after the fatal shooting by a cop of retired Army Corporal Winston Ragos
'Apparent prejudgment by police investigators moved the Army to seek help from the NBI so that justice may be served for Ragos and his family,' says Lieutenant General Gilbert Gapay
Cops arrest an Angkas driver who was found transporting 2 cases of imported beer in Quezon City, where a liquor ban is in place
Master Sergeant Daniel Florendo is facing a homicide complaint from his own colleagues at the Quezon City Police District
Whether the police officer who killed Ragos made the right 'judgment call' or not, the military imputes no offense on the police organization itself, says Brigadier General Edgard Arevalo
Mayor Joy Belmonte vows better service after finding out about a trash-strewn bathroom and confusing protocols in a Quezon City testing center
'The Philippine Army seeks awareness on the plight of former soldiers struggling with mental problems. Even though they are no longer soldiers, they continue fighting a silent and lifelong battle,' says Colonel Ramon Zagala
Merlyn Ragos says despite her son's struggles with his mental health, he was kind to his family and would even lend the pension money he received from the military to relatives
(UPDATED) A Quezon City Police District cop is facing criminal and administrative investigations for killing a quarantine violator in Barangay Pasong Putik
(UPDATED) Some 3,000 disadvantaged individuals and families will be given free hot meals once a day with the help of mobile kitchen trucks from the Armed Forces of the Philippines
The 9 jail personnel who also contracted the coronavirus are 'receiving proper medical attention,' adds the Bureau of Jail Management and Penology
Like the prisoners, their families also feel trapped with nowhere to go. Their fear is compounded by the agonizing wait for the Duterte government's action.
(UPDATED) NCR's largest city has the highest number of cases in the country, but this number is lower than several cities in NCR in terms of infection per population
(3rd UPDATE) Jails are some of the most vulnerable areas in this pandemic
The Baesa Crematorium caters mostly to Quezon City's indigents
In the emergency room, Dr Kirstie de Luna is on a race against time to help cure every patient who comes her way. But not all lives can be saved.
The Fe del Mundo Hospital is the beneficiary of the Barretto sisters' fundraiser
The Quezon City government targets an initial 1,300 tests in areas with the highest number of persons under investigation for the coronavirus
The online Bagsakan farmers market is launched on March 21 on Facebook. Farmers bring their crops to pick up points in Quezon City once a week.
Celebrities and ordinary Filipinos pitch in a total of P367,500 to bail out 21 urban poor residents arrested while asking for food aid
'Pagkain lang po ang niluluto namin, wala pong masama doon,' says one Sitio San Roque resident
The outspoken daughter of Senator Francis Pangilinan and 'Megastar' Sharon Cuneta offers to sponsor P15,000 in bail for one of the arrested residents. Her parents offer to sponsor the rest.
On the President's shoot order against troublemakers, Senator Panfilo Lacson says, 'Coming from this President, what else is new?'
(UPDATED) 'Dumating yung mga naka-uniporme, pinagpapalo ang mga lalake. Wala silang awa,' says Sitio San Roque resident Bernadeth Caboboy
The paralegal has not been to the Quezon City jail since March 21, or when it was placed on lockdown
The city government coordinates with the private sector to help health workers shunned by their landlords