AFP sorry for ‘baseless’ red-tagging of UP alumni | Evening wRap
AFP sorry for ‘baseless’ red-tagging of UP alumni | Evening wRap
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The Armed Forces of the Philippines apologizes for releasing a list that wrongfully red-tags several alumni of the University of the Philippines.

The Department of Health approves the coronavirus saliva testing of the Philippine Red Cross or PRC starting Monday, January 25.

President Rodrigo Duterte promises to prioritize the families of soldiers in the government’s COVID-19 vaccination program.

The Biden administration and Democrat and Republican lawmakers agree on Sunday, January 24 the most important priority should be producing and efficiently distributing a vaccine, as they discuss a new $1.9 trillion for coronavirus relief.

A military-owned Facebook page names 27 people who are supposedly graduates of the University of the Philippines who became members of the NPA and were ‘dead or captured.’ This claim is FALSE. –

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