Over 2.2M Pfizer vaccines arrive in Philippines | Evening wRap

Today on Rappler – the latest news in the Philippines and around the world:

The Philippines receives its largest single delivery of vaccines so far on Thursday, June 10, with the arrival of 2.27 million Pfizer doses from the COVAX global facility.

An organization of private schools says the imposition of a 'devastating' 25% corporate income tax on private schools would lead to a tuition hike.

The World Health Organization on Friday, June 11, declares the end of the polio outbreak in the Philippines, nearly two years after it reemerged in September 2019.

Tight supply conditions in the Luzon power grid pushes up energy distribution company Meralco’s rates in June.

A post published by Panay News on Facebook claims that Pasig City Mayor Vico Sotto made a statement on June 5, 2021, about President Rodrigo Duterte endorsing his daughter, Sara Duterte, as his successor. This is FALSE. – Rappler.com