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DOTr requires jeepneys to distribute contract tracing forms

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 Inilatag ng Department of Transportation (DOTr) ang suhestiyon nila para sa contact tracing ng mga pasahero ngayong nakatakdang bumalik pasada ang mga tradisyunal na jeepney sa lansangan ngayong Biyernes. "Ang suggestion ko d'yan dapa...

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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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Victoria Towers probed for detaining 3 nurses

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Mandaluyong offers free rides

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Mandaluyong City is offering free rides to commuters.

The shuttle service will run from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. daily, following routes along Boni-Pioneer, Aglipay, Kalentong, Shaw, EDSA, Julia Vargas, San Miguel, Sheridan, and back.

Those who will avail of the shuttle service are required to wear a face mask and maintain social distancing while on board.

It can be recalled that on June 1, Metro Manila was placed under a general community quarantine (GCQ).

Under a GCQ, a number of establishments are allowed to resume operations.

This brought an influx of commuters, mostly workers, who started reporting to their respective offices on Monday.

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