Independent research group OCTA is in favor of relaxing community quarantine restrictions in Metro Manila and nearby provinces by Saturday, May 15 as new COVID-19 cases continue to see a downtrend. More details on our live blog 👇🏼
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MAYNILA - Isang commercial at residential area ang nasunog sa Barangay Alabang sa Muntinlupa, Sabado ng madaling araw.
sana isama sa research ng octa ang tala ng ibang na wala pang malawakang vaccinated, at paano napapababa ang inpeksyon.
LIVE UPDATES: COVID-19 pandemicJUST IN: The Department of Foreign Affairs reports three new COVID-19 infections among Filipinos abroad, bringing the total count to 18,540. Follow our live blog for more updates: The fatality count is now at 1,160, with one new death recorded. The number of COVID-19 survivors among overseas Filipinos remains at 11,349. How the heck does this data affect us?
LIVE UPDATES: COVID-19 pandemicJUST IN: The third batch of AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccines from the World Health Organization-led COVAX facility arrives in the country. More updates here: JUST IN: The country received the third batch of coronavirus vaccine developed by British-Swedish company AstraZeneca from the global COVAX facility An emergency use authorization application for Sinopharm will be filed with the regulator, a Cabinet official said, after the World Health Organization greenlighted the China-made COVID-19 vaccine for emergency use Utang loob na naman...
LIVE UPDATES: COVID-19 pandemicBREAKING: DFA confirms that a Filipino employee at the Philippine Embassy in New Delhi, India has died due to COVID-19 | TristanNodalo More COVID-19 updates here:
Woman and her 2-month-old baby among 10 new COVID-19 patients in ZambalesSAN ANTONIO, Zambales—A 20-year old woman and her 2-month-old daughter had tested positive for SARS Cov2, the coronavirus that causes COVID-19, in the province on Sunday (May 9), an official
FALSE: COVID-19 mRNA vaccine ‘not a vaccine against coronavirus’FactCheck: Although mRNA vaccines work differently from traditional vaccines, various studies have shown that they are effective against COVID-19 infection. Health experts also say mRNA vaccines are safe.