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Tom Rodriguez, Covid-19

Tom Rodriguez emerges from social media hiatus; shares COVID-19 experience

The Kapuso actor, who initially tested negative, took another test upon the urging of fiancée, Carla Abellana.

5/14/2021 7:29:00 AM

The Kapuso actor, who initially tested negative, took another test upon the urging of fiancée, Carla Abellana .

The Kapuso actor, who initially tested negative, took another test upon the urging of fiancée, Carla Abellana .

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Facebook starts labeling state-controlled media in PH

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