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MMDA installs hazard markers 

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The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) put up hazard markers on top of concrete barriers to give motorists better visibility along EDSA. “Seven out of ten units of 300mm yellow flashing lights have been placed in strate...

Pasig readies assistance to MSMEs

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Pasig City Council approved an ordinance to allocate financial assistance to the city’s small-scale entrepreneurs and those who lost their jobs during the coronavirus disease 2019 pandemic. Councilor Ory Rupisan, principal author of the s...

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Pride protesters to sue MPD cops 

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The 20 protesters arrested at a Pride event in Mendiola, Manila on June 26 will be filing countercharges against police officers from the Manila Police District (MPD) this week. Pride 20’s legal counsel Minnie Lopez said they have identif...

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Duterte to decide on NCR quarantine status on June 30

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President Rodrigo Duterte will announce new community quarantine measures on June 30.

Presidential spokesperson Harry Roque confirmed this during his regular media briefing on Monday.

Duterte usually addresses the nation on Mondays, although some taped speeches air the next day due to time constraints. But this week, the President will meet with the COVID-19 task force and record his speech on Tuesday.

The community quarantine over the country — which placed Cebu City under enhanced community quarantine, Metro Manila under general community quarantine, and all other parts of the country under modified GCQ — is set to end on June 30.

Roque previously said the Inter-Agency Task Force for the Management of Emerging Infectious Diseases, the policy-making body in the government's fight against the coronavirus disease, has informed local government units of their recommendations so they can appeal before Duterte announces his decision.

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