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- New CDRRM command center now operationalon October 24, 2021
ORMOC CITY – A turnover ceremony of the City Disaster Risk Reduction Management Office (CDRRMO) Command Center, which office is headed by CDRRM Officer and Chief Resilience Officer Ciriaco Tolibao […]
- Under Israel’s blockade, Gaza’s fishermen struggle for a catch
GAZA CITY — Crashing through the Mediterranean’s waves at sunset, Palestinian fisherman Mohammed al-Nahal leads a convoy of rickety boats out for another risky night under the Israeli blockade of the Gaza Strip. Forced to stay close to shore due to Israeli restrictions on powerful engines, the men complain they must seek a catch from The post Under Israel’s blockade, Gaza’s fishermen struggle for a catch appeared first on Inquirer News.
- Cargo ship on fire, spewing toxic gas off Canada’s Pacific coast–officials
WASHINGTON — A container ship has caught fire and is expelling toxic gas off Canada’s Pacific coast, authorities said Saturday. The Zim Kingston ship had been bound for Vancouver when the flames erupted, with the fire reported to the coast guard at around 11 pm local time, CBC News reported. “The ship is on fire The post Cargo ship on fire, spewing toxic gas off Canada’s Pacific coast–officials appeared first on Inquirer News.
- Philippine nurses now battling low morale pandemic
Aside from the COVID-19 pandemic, nurses are now fighting another battle, called the “infectious low morale pandemic,” the Filipino Nurses United said yesterday.
- Philippine’s vaccine mix-and-match study awaits FDA nod
Filipino scientists are raring to begin a state-funded initiative to study the “mix-and-match” of a variety of vaccines being administered in the country’s mass immunization against COVID-19.