- 11.1K patients in E. Visayas recover from COVID-19 January 17, 2021
- Eastern Visayas Mail issue January 4-10, 2021 January 17, 2021
- Surge of COVID-19 cases alarms DILG-E. Visayas January 10, 2021
- Eastern Visayas Mail issue Dec. 28, 2020-Jan. 3, 2021 January 10, 2021
- 9.7K patients in Eastern Visayas recover from Covid-19 January 3, 2021
- Eastern Visayas Mail issue December 21-27, 2020 January 3, 2021
- Eastern Visayas Mail issue December 14-20, 2020 December 27, 2020
- Ormoc borders close anew December 27, 2020
- Duterte vouches for Galvez: Why focus on alleged corruption in vaccine pricing?
MANILA, Philippines — President Rodrigo Duterte vouched for the government’s national COVID-19 vaccination plan on Monday, questioning critics why they were preoccupied with alleged corruption in the procurement of vaccines. In his taped briefing, Duterte defended vaccine czar Secretary Carlito Galvez Jr. from accusations of corruption arising from the variations in the prices of CoronaVac, The post Duterte vouches for Galvez: Why focus on alleged corruption in vaccine pricing? appeared first on Inquirer News.
- CPP joins condemnation of DND move to terminate deal on anti-Red operations in UP
MANILA, Philippines—The Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP), which the defense establishment had accused of recruiting rebels in University of the Philippines (UP) campuses, expressed solidarity with those condemning a decision by Defense Secretary Delfin Lorenzana to unilaterally terminate a deal with UP that required prior notice to university officials for anti-communist operations in UP The post CPP joins condemnation of DND move to terminate deal on anti-Red operations in UP appeared first on Inquirer News.
- Duterte: No corruption in Sinovac supply deal
As senators expressed suspicion about an attempt to overprice vaccines the government is procuring from China, President Duterte defended the deal yesterday, stressing that everything is aboveboard.
- ‘New normal’ eyed in some areas – IATF
The government’s pandemic task force has approved in principle the placing of areas with no COVID-19 transmission under “new normal,” wherein a community is no longer under quarantine but is still required to follow safety protocols, Malacañang said yesterday.