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Lapid proposes National Emergency Stockpile 

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Senator Lito Lapid filed a bill to create a National Emergency Stockpile – a central repository and supply reserve of food items, medicines, vaccines, tents, beds, blankets, and other emergency-related articles, facilities, and equipment w...

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PhilPost to honor frontliners 

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The Philippine Postal Corporation (PhilPost) will release special stamps featuring the frontliners bravely battling the novel coronavirus disease as superheroes.

PhilPost announced the news in a Facebook post on Thursday, sharing that the new “Frontline Heroes Stamps” aimed to give honor to the “bravery and sacrifice of our frontliners.” 

The new stamp collection, made with beautiful and colorful illustrations, will feature doctors, medical staff, police officers, delivery, supermarket, and food personnel.

According to PhilPost, the special frontline heroes stamps will be available starting on Monday, July 13.

PhilPost also launched “Stamp on Wheels,” a door-to-door stamp delivery service so collectors and employees can stay safe amid the pandemic.


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