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WHO says it is too early to reinstate face shield policy 

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Despite the threat posed by the Omicron Covid-19 variant, the World Health Organization (WHO) on Tuesday said "it is still premature to reintroduce the face shields" with the "significant public discontent" on its mandatory use, a...

Return of face shield policy opposed

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A leader of the House of Representatives on Tuesday said the government should implement strict border control measures instead of re-imposing the mandatory wearing of face shields to directly address the spread of the new Omicron variant of Covid-19...

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Manila recognizes medical workers on Bonifacio Day 

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The city government of Manila paid tribute to medical workers during the celebration of Andres Bonifacio’s 158th birth anniversary at Liwasang Bonifacio on Tuesday, according to a report by Philippine News Agency. The city again called me...

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2,000 Pasig medical frontliners receive booster shots 

chrome_reader_modeNovember 26, 2021 loyalty account_circleAmihan Reyes

Around 2,000 medical frontliners belonging to the A1 priority group have received their booster shots against COVID-19 in Pasig City, according to a report by Manila Bulletin. Medical frontliners started receiving their booster shots on Wednesday, Nov. 17. Pasig Mayor Vico Sotto, in an interview w...

Ortigas street announces car-free Sunday 

chrome_reader_modeNovember 24, 2021 loyalty account_circleMariel Guevarra

A barangay in Pasig City has relaunched its car-free Sunday to provide the public with open space for recreational activities, according to a report by Philippine News Agency. Barangay San Antonio (BSA) last Sunday implemented this anew with motor vehicles barred from plying the stretch of Emerald ...

Emerald Avenue exclusive to pedestrians on Sundays 

chrome_reader_modeNovember 22, 2021 loyalty account_circleNoah James

Nagsimula na kahapon, November 21, 2021 ang Open Street Sundays sa Emerald Avenue kung saan pansamantalang hindi madaraanan ng mga sasakyan ang naturang daan tuwing Linggo, simula 06:00AM hanggang 06:00PM. Sa loob ng 12 oras tuwing Linggo ay ekslusibong mga pedistrian lamang ang makakagamit ng Emer...

1,000 Pasig students to receive vaccines against Covid

chrome_reader_modeNovember 11, 2021 loyalty account_circleMylene Santos

Around 1,000 students, aged 12 to 17, are set to be vaccinated during the mass private school pediatric inoculation in Pasig City on November 11, according to a report by Manila Bulletin. The Pasig City government, in collaboration with the Pasig Alliance of Private School Administrators (PAPR...

Pasig prohibits contact sports 

chrome_reader_modeNovember 11, 2021 loyalty account_circleCarlo Cameron

Contact sports, except for outside parties with special permits to operate, are still prohibited in Pasig City, Mayor Vico Sotto announced on November 10, according to a report by Manila Bulletin. “BAWAL PO MUNA ANG CONTACT SPORTS (maliban kung may special permit, katulad ng PBA),”...

Pasig barangay’s ‘Basura to Ayuda’ recognized

chrome_reader_modeNovember 08, 2021 loyalty account_circlePaulo Rodriguez

Mayor Vico Sotto on Saturday lauded Barangay San Antonio (BSA), Pasig led by its chairman Raymond Lising for sustaining its “Basura to Ayuda” program which he said should be imitated by other barangays in the city, according to  report by Philippine News Agency. “Napaka-...

Pasig trains healthcare workers to handle diabetes 

chrome_reader_modeNovember 05, 2021 loyalty account_circleRob Filimor

The Pasig City local government started on Friday the training of its healthcare workforce to respond more effectively to the threat of Gestational Diabetes Mellitus (GDM), according to a report by Manila Bulletin. In his Facebook post, Pasig City Mayor Vico Sotto shared a photo of the meeting amon...

1,100 minors receive Covid-19 jabs in Pasig 

chrome_reader_modeNovember 04, 2021 loyalty account_circleCarlo Cameron

Over 1,000 minors aged 12 to 17 were inoculated in Pasig City on Nov. 3, the first day of the national rollout of COVID-19 vaccines for the young population, according to a report by Manila Bulletin. According to the Pasig Public Information Office, more than 1,100 minors were vaccinated at Pasig S...

Pasig provides free circumcision 

chrome_reader_modeNovember 02, 2021 loyalty account_circleJames Lopes

Now that coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19) cases have declined, the Pasig City government will turn its attention to other projects, according to a report by Philippine News Agency. The local government on Monday announced "Operation Libreng Tuli" (free circumcision) that will be h...

Pasig teachers receive free laptops 

chrome_reader_modeOctober 27, 2021 loyalty account_circleMylene Santos

The Pasig City local government distributed laptops with hard drives to the city’s newly hired teachers as it ramps up its efforts to address the difficulties of online learning brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a report by Manila Bulletin. A total of 40 new Department of E...

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