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Philippines sees 836 new COVID-19 cases, 65 more deaths

The COVID-19 pandemic has killed at least 568,000 people out of the 12.86 million registered cases worldwide......»»

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PH records biggest single-day tally for COVID-19 deaths

The country posted its highest single-day death tally on July 12......»»

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Argentina passes 100,000 COVID-19 cases

Argentina has registered more than 100,000 COVID-19 cases, its Ministry of Health said Sunday, despite the Buenos Aires area -- the country's coronavirus hot spot -- being under extended shutdown......»»

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Bolivian economy minister becomes fourth cabinet member with COVID

Bolivia's economy minister said Sunday that he tested positive for COVID-19, making him the fourth cabinet member with the virus, in addition to the country's interim president who is in quarantine......»»

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Makati Med, St. Luke s QC and Global City now at full capacity for COVID-19

Three major hospitals in Metro Manila said Monday they have reached full capacity for COVID-19 patients......»»

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Kim Idol hindi na ibuburol kapag nag-positibo sa COVID-19, iki-cremate agad

  DEPENDE sa magiging resulta ng COVID-19 test na isinagawa kay Kim Idol kung ibuburol muna ang kanyang labi o agad itong iki-cremate. Pumanaw ang komedyante kaninang umaga sa edad na 41 matapos ma-confine ng ilang araw aa Manila Central University Hospital dahil sa pagdurugo sa utak dulot na sakit niyang AVM o brain arteriovenous […] The post Kim Idol hindi na ibuburol kapag nag-positibo sa COVID-19, iki-cremate agad appeared first on Bandera......»»

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LIVE updates: COVID-19 and extended quarantine in the Philippines

The latest updates on the spread of the novel coronavirus in the Philippines and enhanced community quarantine of economic center of Metro Manila and other areas across the country......»»

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COVID-19 cases in Philippines hit 56,259; death toll at 1,534

(Updated) This came after the DOH failed to release a COVID-19 case bulletin for the first time on Sunday due to “significant volume of data gathered.” Daily bulletin usually comes out at 4 p.m. every day......»»

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Solgen office on indefinite lockdown after employee tests positive for COVID-19

“Effective immediately, the OSG premises will be locked down until further notice,” it said in a statement......»»

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DOH: Home quarantine not discouraged but rules must be followed

The health official issued the clarification after Cabinet Secretary Karlo Nograles said that the government is discouraging home quarantine for COVID-19 patients......»»

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Two US bases in Okinawa locked down over virus spike

Two US Marine bases in Japan’s Okinawa have been put into lockdown after dozens of coronavirus infections, with local officials criticizing the American military’s containment efforts. There are tens of thousands of US servicemen stationed on the southern Japanese island, which has recorded roughly 150 civilian COVID-19 infections. Government spokesman Yoshihide Suga said Monday that […] The post Two US bases in Okinawa locked down over virus spike appeared first on Daily Tribune......»»

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Pinoys urged: Consume legal online content

The internet has become the main source of many copyright infringements content, impacting people and businesses involved in the production and distribution of legitimate materials and exposing consumers to malware and other cybersecurity threats. The problem is further exacerbated by the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic as people are cooped up indoors and have to rely […] The post Pinoys urged: Consume legal online content appeared first on Daily Tribune......»»

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COVID forcing millions of children out of school

Some 9.7 million children worldwide “could be forced out of school forever” by the end of this year, as a result of increasing poverty and budget cuts incurred by the coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19) pandemic, London-headquartered charity Save the Children warned Monday. In 12 countries, mainly in West and Central Africa but also including Yemen […] The post COVID forcing millions of children out of school appeared first on Daily Tribune......»»

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Thirdy, NeoPhoenix open home campaign against powerhouse Jets

We'll be seeing Thirdy Ravena take flight in Japan sooner rather than later. San-en NeoPhoenix plays its first pair of home games of the 2020-2021 B.League season on October 3-4 at the Hamamatsu Arena.         View this post on Instagram                   . HOME OPENING GAME???????? . . ???? 2020?10?3?????4???? ?????????? ????#?????? . ?????????2????????????????????????????????????????? . . #?????????? #B??? #?????? A post shared by ???????????? (@neophoenix_official) on Jul 12, 2020 at 9:34pm PDT NeoPhoenix will take on the powerhouse Chiba Jets, who finished the COVID-19 shortened 2019-2020 season with a 28-12 record. The Jets were also runners-up to champion Alvark Tokyo to end the 2018 and 2019 seasons. Ravena signed with the NeoPhoenix last month, becoming the first Asian import in the B.League after the initiative was first announced in 2019. [Related: Get to know San-en NeoPhoenix, Thirdy Ravena's team in Japan] Thirdy looks to boost San-en's campaign as NeoPhoenix finished in last place in the Division 1 with a 5-36 record. The team would have been up for relegation if not for the shortened season. — Follow this writer on Twitter, @paullintag8.....»»

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Former Brazilian volleyball star, senator Leila Barros tested positive for COVID-19

Former Brazilian women’s national team standout Leila Barros tested positive for the coronavirus (COVID-19). The now senator Barros showed symptoms of the dreaded virus and took a real-time reverse transcription polymerase chain reaction (rRT-PCR) test which turned out positive. Barros, who endeared to Filipino volleyball fans during the country’s hosting of the World Grand Prix in the early 2000s, suffered from fever and body aches. Imaging exams detected no changes in her lungs. The three-time World Grand Prix champion and two-time Olympic bronze medalist in a statement posted on her Instagram account is confident of her full recovery.         View this post on Instagram                   Após apresentar febre e dores no corpo, a senadora Leila Barros fez o exame RT-PCR que atestou positivo para covid-19. Os exames de imagem não detectaram alterações nos pulmões. Embora esteja confiante na plena recuperação, a parlamentar do DF apresenta indisposição devido à forte dor de cabeça. Leila cumprirá o isolamento domiciliar conforme orientação médica. #EquipeLeila A post shared by Leila Barros (Leila do Vo?lei) (@leiladovolei) on Jul 11, 2020 at 10:43am PDT Although still suffering from headaches, the parliamentarian will carry out home isolation as per medical advice. Barros in another post thanked all who prayed and wished her well saying 'This network of positive energy fills me with disposition. I have faith that soon I will recover. I pray that everyone who fights against this disease will have strength at this moment.'         View this post on Instagram                   De ontem para hoje recebi inúmeras mensagens de carinho e solidariedade aqui nas redes sociais. Gostaria de agradecer a todos que dedicaram parte do seu dia para me desejar melhoras. Essa rede de energia positiva que se formou me enche de disposição. Tenho fé que, em breve, estarei recuperada. Faço minhas preces para que todos que lutam contra essa doença tenham força neste momento. Um bom domingo a todos! A post shared by Leila Barros (Leila do Vo?lei) (@leiladovolei) on Jul 12, 2020 at 10:06am PDT Next to the USA, Brazil is the second most heavily hit country by the global health pandemic with a total of 1,866,176 positive cases with 72,151 deaths as of July 13......»»

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PH sees record-high COVID death toll

PH sees record-high COVID death toll.....»»

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Why gender equality should be at the heart of the COVID-19 recovery

Globally, some 650 million women and girls alive today were married as children. Another 33,000 children are forced into marriage every single day......»»

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Breaking 50 leads to stronger peso

People are perplexed why the Philippine peso is the strongest currency in Asia year-to-date while COVID-19 cases are still rising, OFWs are returning, and foreign selling continues at the PSE......»»

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BanKo: Serving the Filipino microentrepreneur through the pandemic

  BY ATTY. IGNACIO R. BUNYE   *   ANTONETTE Balmaceda normally has a full week but COVID-19 made her work even more. But Antonette is not complaining. She considers it her mission to look after her “partners” who have been hard hit by the pandemic. Antonette is a BankoMare, a loan associate of BPI […].....»»

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2 senior citizens added to Liloan town’s COVID-19 fatality list

MANDAUE CITY, Cebu -Two senior citizens were the latest addition to the coronavirus disease fatalities in Liloan town in northern Cebu. One was a 64-year-old female housekeeper from Purok Kamunggay in Barangay Jubay while the second fatality was a 72-year-old man from Putok Camote in Barangay Catarman, who manifested symptoms of the infection three days […] The post 2 senior citizens added to Liloan town’s COVID-19 fatality list appeared first on Cebu Daily News......»»

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