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It's definitely alarming.
2020 is really that year. From a pandemic to murder hornets to an asteroid that came relatively close to us, it's like there's a new thing that threatens all of humanity each week. The latest thing we have to be alarmed about, ...
 
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Binance Charity has raised $4 million in donations worldwide.
Cryptocurrency watchers will know that Binance is currently the largest crypto exchange in the world. Forbes estimates its trading volume reaches $11 billion daily. Top Story: 8 Filipino Actors Who Married into High SocietyFounded in China but now based in Tokyo, Japan, Binance is essentially ...
 
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He's a newly minted doctor and mayor.
It may have been a natural progression when newly minted physician Marco Chavez was elected Mayor of the town of San Jose in Camarines Sur just last year. As soon as COVID-19 broke in the Philippines, the 20-something public servant returned to ...
 
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‘The biggest potential of bikes isn’t in sports or leisure, but in mobility.’
I’ve never met Christian, not in the real sense of the word, but I find myself asking him questions about him and his son, Ian. They live in San Mateo, Rizal, and have been traveling by bicycle to Pasig for Ian’s cerebral palsy ...
 
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Mindanao is one of the country’s agricultural hubs.
One of the problems people faced during the lockdown was ensuring a good supply of fresh food—a vital part of the daily diet that helps ensure good health.TOP STORY: Pepsi Paloma's Life in PhotosFor 32-year-old Nasrudin Buisan, encouraging people to use whatever space ...
 
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The CBCP is on the alert.
It's like Spotlight all over again. A Spanish priest accused of molesting underage parishioners and is facing sexual abuse allegations has escaped his home country and may have fled to the Philippines. His name is Fr. José Maximiano Campos Ruiz. In a circular released by the ...
 
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He is now a frontliner in Australia.
Millions of medical health workers are risking their lives every day because of the COVID-19 outbreak, but Filipino nurse Suharto Jundam, however, wouldn't have it any other way.Suharto, or "Jao" to his friends, was the seventh placer in the 2015 nursing board exams.Despite ...
 
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Report it straight away.
Instances of child abuse saw an increase during the COVID-19 lockdown in the Philippines, with poverty-ridden families resorting to peddling minors to pedophiles online just to get cash for food and other necessities. In a previous report from the Associated Press, Internet Protocol ...
 
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Due to loss of income, the Lyger Sanctuary in Rizal is struggling to keep its animals alive.
Animals all over the world are being affected by COVID-19. Elephants in Thailand have been laid off, Avilon Zoo and Malabon Zoo have been asking for donations, and even the Philippine Eagle Center has lost its main source of income. Joining this sad offshoot of ...
 
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The owner is pleading for donations.
Whether or not you believe in zoos, know that it's never as simple as setting animals free. Captive animals need to be retrained if they are to make it in the wild. More often than not, it's more cost-effective to keep them in enclosures.Zoos are ...
 
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The zoo is struggling to provide food and veterinary services for its animals.
The Avilon Zoo in Rizal is asking for the public’s help in providing food and veterinary services to its animals.In a Facebook post, the Avilon Wildlife Conservation Foundation, which operates Avilon Zoo, said that while they are exerting their best effort to ...
 
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Chef Jayme Natividad and his team are feeding quarantined OFWs in Taal Vista Hotel.
Long been frequented as a peaceful and refreshing getaway from the bustle of the capital, the city of Tagaytay is home to one of the oldest hotels in the Philippines. The Taal Vista Hotel, since its foundation over 80 years ago, has ...
 
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Due to the ongoing COVID-19 crisis
A new bill filed in Senate seeks to establish biking and walking as safe, viable modes of mobility now that COVID-19 quarantine measures continue to limit the availability of public transport in the country.Senate Bill No. 1518, also known as the ‘Safe Pathways Act,’ proposes the ...
 
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Far away from the Philippines, artist Ged Merino turns memory into tactile art.
As surprising as the coronavirus has been, many across the globe started their quarantine romantically, with visions of their quarantine masterpiece ala King Lear. Finally, some time to be creative. But as the psychological toll set in, those masterpieces fell to the backburner. ...
 
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As Filipinos lean on a culture of compassion, donation fatigue sets in.
As COVID-19 travels throughout the world, many people are stuck at home—and more than ever, they rely on their government to guide them through.But in the Philippines, the nation struggles—not only to keep COVID-19 in check, but to provide basic necessities to ...
 
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A mother fights the potential COVID-19 battle within her own fortress.
Ever since this pandemic hit, I've made it a point to be extra-careful, to a point of exaggeration, with our home safety procedures.A friend of mine, a military officer, told me early on that the first line of defense in any conflict ...
 
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How do you tell your child, who does not know how she holds your heart in her hand, that she has this most terrible of illnesses?
Thrice in the past week, my teenage daughter Raissa said to me, "It's Mother's Day on May 10."I was puzzled why she mentioned it. First of all, it's not like we could make a reservation at a restaurant in these uncertain times, ...
 
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The country is gearing up for the new normal after COVID-19.
For the latest COVID-19 cases, check out reportr's COVID-19 case tracker.For the latest news and updates on COVID-19, check out reportr.world/covid-19.South Korea is preparing to bring back some semblance to normalcy for its citizens. Starting Wednesday, May 6, 2020, the country is set to ...
 
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Shelter Fund was created to support the Philippines' top photographers in the time of COVID-19.
The coronavirus pandemic has brought the Philippines' many industries to a standstill. This includes photographers who have had to cancel projects and exhibits since the virus' outbreak. Shelter Fund, a new online platform, hopes to support the country's top photographers by selling images.Jason ...
 
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The hard lockdown was officially imposed on May 3.
For the latest COVID-19 cases, check out reportr's COVID-19 case tracker.For the latest news and updates on COVID-19, check out reportr.world/covid-19.According to a report by Lorenz Tanjoco for Radyo Pilipinas 738, the latest statement from Manila Police District (MPD) spokesperson Col. Carlo Manuel revealed that 180 people have ...
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