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Apparently, the pandemic has produced 26,000 tonnes of plastic in the ocean.
The COVID-19 pandemic has forced more people to use more things like face masks and face shields,  not to mention Personal Protective Equipment (PPEs) used in establishments that have closer contact with their customers, like medical facilities and hospitals. This integration into our ...
People in hazmat suits blocked the exits as fireworks erupted over Cinderella Castle.
It was Halloween. Fireworks were erupting over the Cinderella Castle when people started receiving alerts on Weibo: Shanghai Disneyland had suddenly closed without warning. People in hazmat suits blocked the exits of the theme park. Rides stopped working. All 34,000 visitors were told ...
What do you think?
The decision to drastically increase passenger capacity in public transportation is backed by medical evidence, the Department of Transportation (DOTr) said Tuesday. The DOTr has already submitted a formal position paper to increase seating capacity in public transportation from 50 percent to 100 ...
They're not the same.
With the speedy developments in COVID-19 vaccine development, it's easy to get confused about the different kinds of shots and who's eligible for what jab.The World Health Organization recently recommended a third dose of COVID-19 vaccine for people with weakened immune systems such as ...
Transmission is slowing down.
The Philippines is finally seeing significant victories against the pandemic. For the first time since 2020, the number of active cases recorded daily in the country is dropping significantly.According to data from the Department of Health, there were 6,913 active cases recorded ...
Bloomberg has just released its Covid Resilience Ranking.
Bloomberg released its latest Covid Resilience Ranking, and it's not looking too good (an understatement) for the Philippines, which is in last place. That means our country is the worst place to be in amid the pandemic of the 53 states included in the ...
Krizle Mago admitted to the tampering of face shields.
The Pharmally Pharmaceutical Corp. officer who admitted that the firm tampered with the expiration dates of face shields they delivered to the government can no longer be contacted, Sen. Richard Gordon said Sunday.Pharmally officer Krizle Grace Mago, who upon questioning by senators ...
Unlike PAL.
Cebu Pacific has no plans to reduce its fleet despite mounting losses and restrictions on air travel still in place in the country. The budget carrier said it intends to retain its fleet of 73 jets and turboprops.“The 73 aircraft are for the ...
Still required in crowded places.
President Rodrigo Duterte on Wednesday night removed the face shield requirement in outdoor areas but kept it in places with a high risk of COVID-19 transmission.Wearing of face shields will be limited to areas that fall under the 3Cs classification: closed, crowded, ...
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