SalamatFrontliners: Filipinos send videos cheering, honoring COVID19 heroes
MANILA - Citizens have been generous with praise and prayers for workers in healthcare and other basic services as the Philippines continued to battle COVID-19. Citizen journalism group Bayan Mo, iPatrol Mo began calling out March 27 for video tributes to workers who have been serving as frontliners to prevent, fight or contain the coronavirus disease. The messages still keep coming. We are sharing some of these below:
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'Honoring COVID-19 heroes': Tribute videos, performances offered to health workersA number of private institutions offered inspiring performances to the health workers who are in the front lines of the battle against the COVID-19 pandemic in the country. Several veteran and well-loved Filipino doctors have already succumbed to the deadly disease since March this year. Today, we honor these Filipino heroes who died, so we …
Seven Filipinos overseas die due to COVID-19; total Filipino COVID-19 cases abroad now at 634BREAKING: The Department of Foreign Affairs confirms that seven more Filipinos overseas have died of COVID-19, as the total number of Filipinos abroad with the coronavirus rises to 634.
Piers Morgan lauds Filipino nurses in UK as ‘unsung heroes’ in COVID-19 fightICYMI: “So thank you to all the Filipinos who are here doing all this amazing work and to every other working in the NHS currently. I hope at the end of this, we’ll have a, perhaps a different sentiment... about what immigration has done for this country.” except now filipino nurses can't go back to their work abroad because immigration don't want them to leave the country, even if they have am existing contract. Buti pa siya, marunong kumilala sa ating mga nurse. Dapat seguro ma-meet nya si Sen. Cynthia_Villar para ma-realize nya kahalagahan ng profession na ito.
DFA: COVID-19 now infects over 600 Filipinos abroad; death toll rises to 72MANILA, Philippines — Some 607 Filipinos overseas have now contracted the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19), the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) said Thursday, as the number of fatalities
Tracker: Status of Filipino showbiz personalities with COVID-19No one cares about this ABS CBN. Please please. This is not news. Only in the Philippines Ndi ito ang balita
GMA Artist Center launches Project RICE UpGMA Artist Center (GMAAC) talents join forces to extend support to Filipino families whose livelihoods were greatly affected by the COVID-19 pandemic through 'Project RICE Up.'