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‘Long Covid’ is another phenomenon to worry about.
A UK-based Filipino aerospace engineer has passed away from “long Covid” after initially fighting off the viral disease just three months ago.The patient in question, Roehl Ribaya, survived a 60-day battle against COVID-19 in the intensive care unit of Blackpool Victoria Hospital ...
 
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Cinderella time, from midnight.
Curfew hours in Metro Manila will be shortened to four hours, from midnight to 4 a.m., for those aged 18 to 65, one of the region's mayors said Monday.Less than two weeks before the expiry of current quarantine classifications, restrictions are gradually being eased.The ...
 
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Through the Map of Ecommerce Report, a clearer picture of how Filipinos are behaving online is emerging.
On casual observation, the effect of the coronavirus pandemic on Filipinos’ behavior online is obvious: less time outdoors, more time at home and on the internet. As the number of people going out to eat, shop, or watch movies nosedived, so has ...
 
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But there is some good news discovered about the virus. 
It appears that the virus that’s causing COVID-19 is more robust than previously thought. A team of researchers from Australia have discovered that it can survive up to 28 days on surfaces such as glass, metal, and the surface of your phone. ...
 
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It’s a safe, socially distanced, open-air dining concept.
UPDATE: Due to the rains over the past several days, High StrEat will open on Friday, October 17, instead of October 15.It’s no secret that restaurants and other food businesses have had it tough duing the pandemic. The balance between earning a living and ...
 
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The #MoveforMentalHealth challenge calls for greater investment in mental well-being.
In the Worst Year Ever, World Mental Health Day, which happens tomorrow, October 10, is more important than ever. Around the world, the ill effects of the global pandemic on mental well-being are being felt more keenly by more people. Depression, anxiety, ...
 
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The airline is operating at only 15% capacity compared to before the coronavirus crisis.
Cebu Pacific is planning to raise approximately $500 million (about P24.2 billion) through bonds and shares to help mitigate the effects of the coronavirus pandemic.ALSO READ: AIRLINE INDUSTRYCebu Pacific to Cancel Flights Between PH and Mainland China Starting February 2Philippine Airlines Losses ...
 
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According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, those with mild to moderate symptoms of COVID-19 can be contagious for as many as 10 days.
U.S. President Donald Trump staged a dramatic return to the White House Monday night after leaving the military hospital where he was receiving an unprecedented level of care for COVID-19. He immediately ignited a new controversy by declaring that despite his illness ...
 
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Health, safety, and hygiene roles will be on the rise.
Disruptions in how companies conduct business are leading executives to rethink the mix of jobs they will need when the crisis is over. A study by business consultancy firm McKinsey & Company highlights the workplace shifts happening now:READ MORE ABOUT PANDEMIC JOBS14 Sites For ...
 
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The band just released a tight, thoughtful EP.
Some of us turned to baking bread. Some, to tending plants. Some have even written entire books (although the quality is suspect, at best).ALSO READ: OPMTwo International Music Labels Are Setting Up Shop in the PhilippinesAn Oral History of Mayric’s: “Where All Great ...
 
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The country is pushing seven months under quarantine and counting.
Three hundred thousand cases. Half a year under quarantine. Among the top 20 countries in the world with the highest number of infections. With the first vaccine doses unlikely until the middle of 2021, the Philippines' battle against COVID-19 continues. As the ...
 
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It has to be read to be believed.
So we’re at that stage of the pandemic where we’re seeing art created during the lockdown period. Musicians are composing music, painters are painting, and writers are well, you get the idea. Whether or not they’re any good is often debatable, but ...
 
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Trump is 74 years old, putting him at higher risk of serious complications from a virus that has now killed more than 200,000 people nationwide.
U.S. President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump have tested positive for the coronavirus, the president tweeted early Friday.Trump's positive test comes just hours after the White House announced that senior aide Hope Hicks came down with the virus after traveling ...
 
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Our tummies are ready.
Spiral is reopening to customers today. Arguably the country’s biggest and most luxurious buffet restaurant, Spiral has been closed since the start of the lockdown period in mid-March.ALSO READ: SOFITEL PHILIPPINE PLAZASofitel Has A Less Pricey Buffet Option, and It Comes with ...
 
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The closures are caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
STI Education Services Group (STI-ESG) is closing down 12 of its schools due to low enrollment caused by the coronavirus pandemic.Also read: These Famous Filipinos Have Harvard University Credentials  In a disclosure to the Philippine Dealineg and Exchange Corp., the school network, which is ...
 
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See the official Apple Face Mask in action.
The rest of the world finally gets to see what the Apple face masks look like. Unbox Therapy, the hugely popular tech YouTuber, whose gig is, well, unboxing and then trying all the coolest stuff, showed off the two kinds of Apple-approved ...
 
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Rhoel Dinglasan says our saliva is the spitting image of our health.
Filipino scientist Rhoel Dinglasan and his team at the University of Florida were recently recognized for developing a rapid saliva test using a smartphone to diagnose COVID-19, along with malaria and anemia. Top Story: Study Reveals Two Top Songs Most Enjoyed by PsychopathsThe professor ...
 
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For this young father and medical frontliner, COVID-19 is deadly, chaotic, and expensive.
As the pandemic stretches on, becoming the new reality for the world, you settle into a routine. Stay at home, report for work, stream a movie, wear a mask, buy food, wash your hands, try to sleep. The normal rhythm of life ...
 
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Duterte lashed at Vice President Leni Robredo and critics for accusing his administration of not doing enough to contain the outbreaks.
President Rodrigo Duterte says he has extended a state of calamity in the entire Philippines by a year to allow the government to draw emergency funds faster to fight the COVID-19 pandemic and harness the police and military to maintain law and ...
 
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Think of leather wearables as the label’s luxed-up version of protection.  
It took a cast of characters to bring Fino’s leather face masks to life. Rommel Bautista, co-owner of the Filipino leathergoods company, is a doctor who rides bikes, and his unique credentials as a surgeon who works at ground zero of the ...
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