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Philippines Virus Cases Exceed 300,000. Vaccines to Be Available by April 2021

September 26, 2020

The country exceeded the 300,000-case mark and slots for critical care are improving, but vaccine distribution will still take some time.

If Ebola Weren't Stopped, It Could've Killed a Billion People. Now Here's Covid.

September 20, 2020

Showing support to healthcare workers, and providing some facts that any virus spread can be stopped, slower than slow.

Philippine Air Force Crew Dead As Rescue Helicopter Crashes in Western Mindanao

September 16, 2020

2 pilots and 2 other crews of the Philippine Air Force are dead after Sikorsky rescue helicopter crash.

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BUSINESS

Philippine Peso Remain Strong Due to Weak Dollar and Low Imports

Philippine peso zoomed to 48 against the U.S. dollar. It has gained strength due to the lack of demand for other currencies amid global recession.

Stack of Philippine peso bills. Department of Budget and Management

M.T.R.C.B. Wants Regulation of Netflix, Other Streaming Sites in Ridiculous Plan

Largest Covid-19 Quarantine Facility in Metro Manila Set to Open This Month

The Most Expensive Residential Project in the Philippines

SM Prime Grapples With Coronavirus Pandemic As Company Revenue Down 46%

WORLD

If Ebola Weren't Stopped, It Could've Killed a Billion People. Now Here's Covid.

Showing support to healthcare workers, and providing some facts that any virus spread can be stopped, slower than slow.

Unlike Its Dispute With China, Philippines Will Take Up Its Claim Over Sabah

As the Philippines moves forward to take up its Sabah claim, China continues to intimidate its neighbours in and around the South China Sea.

Duterte Pushes Chinese Firm Building Artificial Islands to Develop Sangley Airport

President Duterte supports Chinese companies blacklisted by the United States for investment projects in the Philippines. Malacanang says the country cannot cancel the deal.

A U.S. Navy Arleigh Burke-class destroyer sails the South China Sea to defend a free and open Indo Pacific region. MC3 Andrew Langholf, U.S. Navy
PHILIPPINES

Philippine Air Force Crew Dead As Rescue Helicopter Crashes in Western Mindanao

2 pilots and 2 other crews of the Philippine Air Force are dead after Sikorsky rescue helicopter crash.

A Sikorsky search and rescue helicopter belonging to the Philippine Air Force. Lawrence Ruiz / CC-BY-SA

Olongapo City Coronavirus Cases Top 300 in 'Highest Spike'

Olongapo was a low-risk area in the Philippine heartland, for the past few weeks, Covid-19 cases continue to rise as the city surpasses 300 cases.

Reduced Physical Distancing in Mass Transport Starts Today

This implementation may not be widespread but public utility vehicles may follow the reduced physical distancing measures.

U.S. Marine Who Killed Transwoman in Olongapo 'Successfully' Deported

A U.S. Marine, convicted of homicide in Olongapo City in Zambales, was successfully deported from the Philippines.

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