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Groups want free mass testing 

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Eleven individuals representing various sectors asked the Supreme Court (SC) to order the government to conduct free mass testing for COVID-19. Assisted by the National Union of Peoples' Lawyers (NUPL), the petitioners asked the highest Philippi...

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Pasig saves money through ‘realistic’ public bidding 

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Pasig City Mayor Vico Sotto said the local government has saved more than P414 million over the past eight months, thanks to their “realistic” public bidding for the procurement of the city’s goods and services. “Simula nung ...

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Go pushes more quarantine facilities 

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Sen. Bong Go again called for the establishment of quarantine facilities in every region of the country, as he urged fellow lawmakers to support Senate Bill No. 1529 or the “Mandatory Quarantine Facilities Act of 2020” filed by the senato...

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Online system for quarantine certificates opens 

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The Bureau of Quarantine opened the online processing of quarantine certificates in compliance with the Data Privacy Law and for overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) who have completed their 14-day mandatory quarantine.

In an announcement, it said OFWs may log-in too https://quarantinecertificate.com/ to request a copy of their BOQ quarantine certificate.

They should fill up the form with correct information and upload required valid attachments for faster processing.

Applicants can receive and download their digital certificate and notification in their e-mail.

To verify the validity of the certificate, they may log-in to https://quarantinecertificate.com/verify or contact the BOQ Support Team through the following: 0971-8424980 (Globe); 0998-5893982 (Smart); 5318-7500 (BOQ Landline) and 8527-8481 local 7015, 6402 aqnd 6295 (Philippine Coast Guard) or via e-mail at stg.repat.ofw@coastguard.gov.ph and boqrepatriation@gmail.com

Those who want to check the status of their application and download their quarantine certificate may log in to http://www.quarantinecertificate.com.

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