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Nurse caught on camera ‘faking’ a Covid-19 jab

Manila — A video circulating online highlighted an alleged "faked injection" of the Covid-19 vaccine in the Philippines. One Allan Bernabe took to Facebook on...
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Record hunger in the Philippines as Covid restrictions bite

by Allison JACKSON Daniel Auminto lost his job and then his home when the coronavirus pandemic sent the Philippines into lockdown. Now he and his...

20 dead after Typhoon Goni batters Philippines

by Mikhail FLORES The most powerful typhoon to hit the Philippines this year destroyed tens of thousands of homes and killed at least 20 people,...

Philippine Senate discusses Bill to protect the rights of freelancers

Manila -- During the Covid-19 pandemic, many Filipinos have turned up their industrious skills to full force, becoming their own bosses and starting new...

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‘It’s not about being a work pass holder, it’s about being a virus carrier,’...

Singapore – In response to the daily Covid-19 update and the continued occurrence of imported cases in Singapore, members of the public highlighted that...

Resilience in the storm: Community in the Philippines resurfaces practice of bartering

In the blink of an eye, a lockdown was called. Initially, many thought all it would take was two weeks for it be over....

Sabah, Spurious Philippines’ Claim

In the midst of the most dangerous threat and damage inflicted by Covid-19 on our nation, the region and humankind as a whole it...

Morning brief: Coronavirus update for August 5, 2020

As of 8 am, August 5, 2020: World count: 18,445,787 cases, 11,036,083 recoveries, 691,740 deaths There are now a total of 18,445,787 confirmed cases of Covid-19 worldwide....

Morning brief: Coronavirus update for August 4, 2020

As of 8 am, August 4, 2020: World count: 18,139,438 cases, 10,753,815 recoveries, 690,573 deaths There are now a total of 18,139,438 confirmed cases of Covid-19 worldwide....
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