Thailand: Border trade screeches to a halt after Myanmar military takeover

BANGKOK --- Tension has been brewing at the Thailand-Myanmar border since the military took over Myanmar's elected government on Monday morning and put senior leaders, including Aung San Suu Kyi, under arrest. Myanmar posted three military units in Tachilek, a border town close to Chiang Rai's Mae Sai district, and also blocked several important checkpoints. Under new regulations, the general public in Myanmar is prohibited from traveling. Thailand shares a 2,400-kilometer border with the neighboring country. All communication systems in the country have been blocked, except for Tachilek, where people normally use signals from Bangkok. As of 9:30 am on Monday, trucks were blo...

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Heart Evangelista On Richard Yap As Her New Leading Man
Heart Evangelista talked about her dream project Kapuso actress Heart Evangelista shared her thoughts on new Kapuso actor Richard Yap as her new leading man. Heart is set to do a new TV series titled I Left My Heart In Sorsogon. It will set as her television comeback since her last teleserye My Korean Jagiya […] The post Heart Evangelista On Richard Yap As Her New Leading Man appeared first on Philippine News.
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Embiid halimaw kontra Utah
PINAKAWALAN ni Joel Embiid ang game-tying 3-pointer sa dulo ng regulation at tinakbuhan ng Philadelphia ang Utah sa overtime 131-123 Miyerkoles ng gabi. The post Embiid halimaw kontra Utah first appeared on Abante.
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Huawei P Smart Z Full Specifications, Features, Price In Philippines
The Huawei P Smart Z is built with a glass front, a plastic back, and a plastic frame. The dimension of the smartphone is 163.5 x 77.3 x 8.8 mm and weighs 196.8 grams. It features a 6.59 inches screen size and the display is LTPS IPS LCD capacitive touchscreen that provides 1080 x 2340 […] The post Huawei P Smart Z Full Specifications, Features, Price In Philippines appeared first on Philippine News.
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DILG Urges LGUs To Penalize Protocol Violators Amid COVID-19 Variant Threat
DILG Urges LGUs To Penalize Protocol Violators Amid COVID-19 Variant Threat DILG – The DILG said that it would issue a memorandum urging LGUs to penalize quarantine violators amid the threat of COVID-19 variants. “The emphasis there is this is the only way to prevent the spread of the virus regardless of the variant,” This […] The post DILG Urges LGUs To Penalize Protocol Violators Amid COVID-19 Variant Threat appeared first on Philippine News.
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South African variant of COVID-19 detected in Pampanga
CITY OF SAN FERNANDO ---- A case of the South African variant of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) has been detected in Minalin town, Pampanga province Thursday. Minalin Mayor Edgar Flores said the virus has infected a 36-year-old woman who returned from Dubai last February. The patient was the first known South African variant case in the province. She did not go home under the Balik Pampanga program for returning Filipinos, which means that the swabbing, quarantine, and medical clearance were done and issued by national agencies. The woman would be brought to an isolation facility in New Clark City, according to Dr. Dax Tidula, COVID-19 incidents chief of the provincial government...Keep on reading: South African variant of COVID-19 detected in Pampanga
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Galvez: AstraZeneca vaccines on the way to PH
ALMOST half a million doses of British-Swedish drugmaker AstraZeneca’s coronavirus shots from the World Health Organization-led Covax facility are now on their way to the Philippines from Belgium, vaccine czar Carlito Galvez Jr. said on Thursday. In a television interview, Galvez said the 487,200 doses would arrive at 7:30 p.m. “We have information na lumipad […]
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Miss ‘U’ sa May 16 na: Rabiya Mateo hinangaan sa ‘Hala Bira Walk’
Tama lang ang paghahanda ni Misa Universe Philippines 2020 Rabiya Mateo dahil kumpirmado na ang date at venue ng Miss Universe pageant sa taong ito. The post Miss ‘U’ sa May 16 na: Rabiya Mateo hinangaan sa ‘Hala Bira Walk’ first appeared on Abante.
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Pork Product Vendors in Quinta Market Struggling to Follow Price Ceiling
Pork Product Vendors Struggling to Implement Price Ceiling at Quinta Market in Manila Pork product vendors in Quinta Market, Manila are still struggling to follow the government’s 60-day price ceiling. Over the past few weeks, a lot of pork vendors went on pork holiday due to the implementation of the price cap in the National […] The post Pork Product Vendors in Quinta Market Struggling to Follow Price Ceiling appeared first on Philippine News.
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Babae labas ‘dede’ sa ad: Kuya Kim galit na galit sa Lazada
"Mahiya kayo!" ang birada ni Kim Atienza sa online shopping na Lazada dahil sa deep-sleep spray product. The post Babae labas ‘dede’ sa ad: Kuya Kim galit na galit sa Lazada first appeared on Abante.
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Chinese National, Filipino Arrested for Selling Unregistered COVID-19 Test Kits
Chinese and Filipino Selling Unregistered Test Kits Arrested in Navotas Police arrested a Chinese national and a Filipino man in Navotas City after caught selling unregistered COVID-19 test kits. In a report of Philippine News Agency, two individuals, including a Chinese national and a Filipino, were arrested in a police operation against the sale of […] The post Chinese National, Filipino Arrested for Selling Unregistered COVID-19 Test Kits appeared first on Philippine News.
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Derek Ramsay
Personal Background of Derek Ramsay & His Showbiz Career DEREK RAMSAY – Here are some details on the personal background, family, and showbiz career of actor Derek Ramsay. One of the celebrities who are in the showbiz industry for several years now is actor Derek Ramsay. A huge part of his life has been shared […] The post Derek Ramsay appeared first on Philippine News.
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WHO downplays study showing AstraZeneca is ‘less effective’ vs South African variant
MANILA, Philippines --- The study that showed that the COVID-19 vaccine from British drugmaker AstraZeneca appeared to offer limited protection against mild disease caused by the South African variant had "limited samples" to work with, the World Health Organization (WHO) said on Thursday. "WHO has looked very carefully at these reports. WHO headquarters has already issued a statement. The study that was used in South Africa was a very limited scale study and what it showed was that there was evidence of mild and moderate disease following AstraZeneca vaccines," WHO representative to the Philippines Dr. Rabindra Abeyasinghe said in an online press briefing. "The sample was a ve...Keep on reading: WHO downplays study showing AstraZeneca is ‘less effective’ vs South African variant
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Many LGUs Are Against Lifting Of Travel Requirements, LPP Head Says
Many LGUs Are Against Lifting Of Travel Requirements, LPP Head Says LIFTING OF TRAVEL REQUIREMENTS – Several local government units are against the lifting of travel requirements, according to the LPP. The League of Provinces of the Philippines (LPP) president and Marinduque Governor Presbitero Velasco Jr. said, however, that the LGUs are supportive of requiring travelers […] The post Many LGUs Are Against Lifting Of Travel Requirements, LPP Head Says appeared first on Philippine News.
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Jolina Magdangal Reveals Rico Yan Used To Sing This Rhyme To Her
Here’s what Jolina Magdangal shared about Rico Yan Magandang Buhay host Jolina Magdangal revealed that the late Rico Yan used to sing this rhyme to her. Jolina and Rico worked together in youth-oriented show Gimik and were among the most popular young artists at that time. During a recent episode of Jolina’s morning talk show […] The post Jolina Magdangal Reveals Rico Yan Used To Sing This Rhyme To Her appeared first on Philippine News.
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Kahirapan ginamit sa painting: Mga netizen nagliyab galit kay Solenn
Burado na ang unang Instagram, Facebook post ni Solenn Heussaff ng photo niya na nakaupo, gamit ang isang bonggang painting bilang background, pero ang setting ng pictorial ay isang lugar na alam mong dumaan, o patuloy na dumadaan sa maraming paghihirap, o pagsubok sa buhay. The post Kahirapan ginamit sa painting: Mga netizen nagliyab galit kay Solenn first appeared on Abante.
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Retired policeman killed with one punch in random Las Vegas confrontation
A retired Massachusetts cop taking a vacation in Las Vegas was killed in the early hours of Feb. 28 by a man who only threw one punch. The attack occurred around 4 a.m. as officers were monitoring real-time crime cameras, Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department told local news outlet MassLive on March 1. Driscoll and a woman were walking across the Las Vegas Strip when 33-year-old Brandon Leath yelled at them and started following them, which led to a verbal altercation. The fight escalated, and with a single punch, Leath knocked the victim to the ground. Driscoll immediately went unconscious, sustaining head and neck injuries. Police said in the report that Leath ran aw...Keep on reading: Retired policeman killed with one punch in random Las Vegas confrontation
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‘Unpresidential, so sensitive’ — Robredo on Duterte’s tirades
VICE President Maria Leonora “Leni” Robredo called President Rodrigo Duterte “super sensitive” and his latest tirades against her “unpresidential”. “Ang unang dating sa akin, parang hindi pangulo iyong nagsasalita. Pangalawa, sobrang pikon,” Robredo said in an interview with GMA News’ “The Mangahas Interviews,” which aired on Wednesday evening. Speaking in Filipino, Robredo said that in […]
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Poe: LandBank’s loan program to give students ‘better shot’ at e-learning
  MANILA, Philippines -- The loan program being offered by the Land Bank of the Philippines (Landbank) will give students the opportunity to have a "better shot" at online learning especially at this time of the pandemic, Senator Grace Poe said Thursday. "For many families, the leap to digital has become prohibitively expensive. We must enable them to obtain devices as an investment for their children's education," Poe, who headsthe Senate banks and currencies panel, said in a statement as she urged students to avail the state-run bank's loan program. However, she also urged the Landbank to make the loan program's guidelines and implementation "friendly and simple," mos...Keep on reading: Poe: LandBank’s loan program to give students ‘better shot’ at e-learning
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It's a Mood: This Cool Lamp Lets You Add Pops of Colors to Your Room
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Vivo Y51 (2020) Full Specifications, Features, Price In Philippines
The Vivo Y51 (2020) was released on December 7, 2020. The smartphone is powered by the Qualcomm SDM665 Snapdragon 665 Octa-core processor while the graphics processing unit (GPU is Adreno 610. Vivo Y51 (2020) runs on Android 11 + Funtouch 11. It is integrated with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage. The phone […] The post Vivo Y51 (2020) Full Specifications, Features, Price In Philippines appeared first on Philippine News.
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Rondina trip ‘nasasaktan’
MAY pagka-masokista. The post Rondina trip ‘nasasaktan’ first appeared on Abante.
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Macoy Dubs returns to dubbing with pandemic version of ‘Mean Girls’ cafeteria scene
Mark Averilla or Macoy Dubs returned to dubbing movie snippets again, which earned him a name on social media before. This time, Averilla tackled the country’s vaccination rollout and the quarantine phases through a Filipino-dubbed snippet of his favorite movie “Mean Girls.” Regina George lang malakas chz! Back at it pic.twitter.com/2K6GU9QMhM — Macoy Dubs (@macoydubs1) […] The post Macoy Dubs returns to dubbing with pandemic version of ‘Mean Girls’ cafeteria scene appeared first on Interaksyon.
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This Creamy Dessert Is Made for Coffee Lovers
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South Africa medics celebrate after sharp drop in COVID-19 cases
TEMBISA, South Africa --- After a year battling coronavirus, exhausted health workers in South Africa are celebrating a drop in cases but dread another wave of infections -- a scenario that could strike just months from now. "We are relieved now because the numbers are down and patients are no longer that sick," nurse Constance Mathibela told AFP at Thembisa Hospital, in a township east of Johannesburg. After the epidemic hit its stride, the hospital "was almost full everyday," she recalled. "There was no time when we had an empty (Covid) ward. It was just a continuous (flow of) things." South Africa recorded its first case of coronavirus on March 5 last year. It has s...Keep on reading: South Africa medics celebrate after sharp drop in COVID-19 cases
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Prangkisa ng Hapi Jockey Club aprubado sa Kamara
INAPRUBAHAN ng Kamara de Representantes sa ikatlo at huling pagbasa ang prangkisa ng Hapi Jockey Club Inc., para makapagsagawa ng karera ng kabayo sa Batangas, Laguna at Cavite. The post Prangkisa ng Hapi Jockey Club aprubado sa Kamara first appeared on Abante.
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Sharon Cuneta Mourns Passing Of Friend Fashion Designer Rocky Gathercole
Megastar Sharon Cuneta is tearful over the death of Rocky Gathercole. SHARON CUNETA – A tearful Megastar Sharon Cuneta faces her followers expressing her sadness over the passing of her dear friend and Pinoy international fashion designer Rocky Gathercole. Rocky Gathercole is a Filipino international fashion designer who has already worked with several Hollywood stars […] The post Sharon Cuneta Mourns Passing Of Friend Fashion Designer Rocky Gathercole appeared first on Philippine News.
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7 NBA player sapol ng coronavirus
PITONG NBA player ang nagpositibo sa coronavirus disease mula sa 456 players na na-test, ayon sa anunsiyo ng liga nitong Huwebes (Manila time). The post 7 NBA player sapol ng coronavirus first appeared on Abante.
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Nets’ Harden triumphs in return to Houston, 76ers silence Jazz
  LOS ANGELES - James Harden returned to Houston for the first time since his tumultuous departure from the Rockets on Wednesday, posting a triple-double to lead the Brooklyn Nets to a 132-114 victory over his former NBA team. Harden, greeted by a first-quarter video tribute, cheers and a smattering of boos, delivered 29 points, 10 rebounds and 14 assists to fuel Brooklyn, where he finally landed in January after demanding a trade. "A lot of mixed emotions," Harden said of returning to the Toyota Center court. "My teammates did an unbelievable job that allowed me to come out there and have the team get this win," said Harden, who was one of seven Nets players to scor...Keep on reading: Nets’ Harden triumphs in return to Houston, 76ers silence Jazz
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Citizens worldwide agree that governments should ‘do more’ for the planet — study
Environmental awareness and public support for government action is global and is starting to transcend traditional political divides, research from the United Kingdom's University of Cambridge suggests. According to the survey, in six out of the seven countries studied, at least nine out of ten participants agreed that governments should do more for the environment. Some 14,627 adults took part in the survey, carried out in partnership with the polling agency YouGov, or around 2,000 people for each of the seven countries studied (Brazil, China, India, Indonesia, Poland, U.K. and the United States). Participants were asked about the quality of the environmental policies applied by...Keep on reading: Citizens worldwide agree that governments should ‘do more’ for the planet — study
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Hansel, isa lang kamay, pero petmalung baller
ISANG 16-year-old high school basketball player, anim na taon pa lang nang magkaroon ng physical disability dahil sa isang aksidente, ang kinabibiliban sa social media dahil sa kanyang talento at husay sa nasabing sport. The post Hansel, isa lang kamay, pero petmalung baller first appeared on Abante.
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Japan’s children of the tsunami shaped by tragedy
ISHINOMAKI, Japan --- Yuto Naganuma looks silently as the cold sea breeze sweeps over the crumbling walls of the school where his little brother was lost in Japan's devastating 2011 tsunami. Ten years on, Naganuma and others like him form a generation whose young lives were shaped by what is known in Japan as the triple disaster: a powerful earthquake that sparked a terrifying tsunami and the worst nuclear accident since Chernobyl. The children of the tsunami lost family, homes, schools and entire communities, and for some the experience sparked a drive to work in disaster awareness, or help children like them who have lived with tragedy. Even a decade on, the devastation Na...Keep on reading: Japan’s children of the tsunami shaped by tragedy
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Some New York theaters allowed to reopen in April
NEW YORK --- With NBA games back in Madison Square Garden and certain movie theaters reopening at the end of the week, New York could soon celebrate the resumption of the performing arts -- the governor announced Wednesday that theaters could reopen at limited capacity from April 2. Performance halls in the US cultural capital, closed since March 12, could reopen at 33 percent capacity, or 100 people maximum, with mandatory mask-wearing and social distancing, Governor Andrew Cuomo told a press conference. Outdoors, shows will be able to seat up to 200 people. Thresholds will be raised for theaters that are able to test spectators beforehand, to 150 people indoors or 500 peop...Keep on reading: Some New York theaters allowed to reopen in April
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2Q of 2021 may be right time for nationwide MGCQ , says Palace official
    MANILA, Philippines --- Following the recent arrival of doses of COVID-19 vaccine in the country, Cabinet Secretary Karlo Nograles said the second quarter of 2021 might be the "right time" for a nationwide shift to modified general community quarantine (MGCQ). In an online briefing, Nograles said the AstraZeneca vaccine arriving this Thursday and additional doses of Sinovac's CoronaVac due later this month gives President Rodrigo Duterte confidence to reopen the economy. "He's very happy to receive the next batch of vaccines, itong AstraZeneca tonight. That gives even more confidence, mas tumataas ang kumpyansa ni Pangulo (It increases the Presid...Keep on reading: 2Q of 2021 may be right time for nationwide MGCQ , says Palace official
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Hong Kong removed from economic freedom ranking it once dominated
HONG KONG --- Hong Kong has been removed from an annual index of the world's freest economies because the think-tank that compiles the league table said the city was now directly controlled by Beijing. The announcement is a reputational blow for Hong Kong and comes as Beijing ramps up its bid to quash dissent after huge and sometimes violent pro-democracy demonstrations in 2019. The Heritage Foundation, a conservative US think-tank, publishes an annual Index of Economic Freedom ranking countries and territories for how business-friendly their regulations and laws are. Over the last 26 years Hong Kong topped the table for all but one year -- a source of pride to the city's govern...Keep on reading: Hong Kong removed from economic freedom ranking it once dominated
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It’s Chris Evans for Smart
HE has definitely made a better world over and over again as Captain America, but here in the Philippines, it’s not just his super hero powers that’ll do the trick. He’s going the Smart way. Smart Communications has staged another major coup as the company officially announced Hollywood star Chris Evans as its newest—and biggest—brand […]
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Willie Revillame Receives Message From PRRD: ‘Keep your options open’
President Duterte has this message for Willie Revillame Wowowin host Willie Revillame received a message from President Rodrigo who told him to “keep his options open”. Speculations saying that the veteran game show host will also enter the world of politics have been circulating since last election. For the 2022 poll, another round of speculations […] The post Willie Revillame Receives Message From PRRD: ‘Keep your options open’ appeared first on Philippine News.
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WHO urges PH to follow priority list for continued rollout of COVAX vaccines
  MANILA, Philippines --- The World Health Organization (WHO) on Thursday urged the Philippine government to "respect" the priority list for recipients of COVID-19 vaccines from the COVAX Facility to ensure the continued rollout of the precious jabs from the global vaccine sharing pool. WHO representative to the Philippines Dr. Rabindra Abeyasinghe said that "to access these vaccines and the remainder of the vaccines that will be coming to the Philippines before the end of the year," the country should be able to demonstrate that it can efficiently roll out the shots with minimized wastage and observe the prioritization list recommended by WHO. Abeyasinghe said the WHO ...Keep on reading: WHO urges PH to follow priority list for continued rollout of COVAX vaccines
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Senators bid goodbye to ‘Lone Ranger’ ex-Sen. Osmeña in necrological rites
  MANILA, Philippines ---The Senate paid tribute to former Senator John Henry "Sonny" Osmea in a necrological service on Thursday, reminiscing his life and legacy as a "fearless" and "generous" public servant. Osmea, who was given the moniker "Lone Ranger" during his time at the upper chamber because of his independence in matters of the Senate, passed away in his condominium unit in Cebu City last February 2 at the age of 86. The grandson of the late President Sergio Osmea Sr., Osmea served as senator of the Philippines from 1971 to 1972, 1987 to 1995, and 1998 to 2004. The late senator was brought back to the Senate gallery in an urn pursuant to government protocol...Keep on reading: Senators bid goodbye to ‘Lone Ranger’ ex-Sen. Osmeña in necrological rites
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LRT-2 East extension to start operations on April 27 with 2 new stations
  MANILA, Philippines -- The two new additional stations of the Light Rail Transit-2 line ---which extends the rail line further to Antipolo --- will finally start operation on April 27, the Department of Transportation (DOTr) announced Thursday. In a statement, the DOTr said the new stations -- the Marikina Station (in front of the Sta. Lucia and Robinsons malls) and the Antipolo Station (in front of SM Masinag) -- will first have their soft openings on April 26 and with full operations to start a day later. As of Jan. 31, the Light Rail Transit Authority (LRTA) reported that the LRT-2 East extension project is already 93.42 percent complete. Currently, the LRT-2 li...Keep on reading: LRT-2 East extension to start operations on April 27 with 2 new stations
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Could fiber-optic technology be used to detect earthquakes?
If you think that fiber-optic cables are only useful for providing high-speed internet access or cable TV, then think again, because they could also provide valuable information about hazardous events such as earthquakes and flooding. Most often installed via underground networks of cables, fiber-optic technology can be used to monitor ground vibrations. It may sound surprising, but this "hidden function" of fiber-optic technology could prove particularly useful because geophones, the seismic monitoring devices traditionally used by geologists, are often difficult to install in urban areas due to high maintenance costs and risks of theft and vandalism. Using fiber-optic distrib...Keep on reading: Could fiber-optic technology be used to detect earthquakes?
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Ilocos Norte front-liners still wary of getting COVID-19 jabs, say execs
LAOAG CITY ---- Some health workers in Ilocos Norte's public hospitals were still hesitant to get inoculated against the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) even as initial doses were expected to arrive in the province this week, officials said Thursday. Dr. Rhuel Bobis, COVID-19 focal person of the Department of Health in Ilocos, on Thursday, said the DOH in Ilocos would be receiving on Friday, March 5, its share from the 600,000 doses of the CoronaVac vaccines donated by China. The Inquirer learned that the vaccines allocated to Ilocos Norte's three COVID-19 referral facilities, which have around 1,600 health workers, will be delivered on March 5. These facilities are the Maria...Keep on reading: Ilocos Norte front-liners still wary of getting COVID-19 jabs, say execs
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LOOK: Liz Uy welcomes second baby
Stylist to the stars Liz Uy has given birth to her second child. Uy announced the birth of her son on Instagram yesterday, March 3. "Meet our Matias," she wrote, sharing photos of the adorable newborn with her partner, Raymond Racaza, and their first child, Xavi.   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Liz Uy (@lizzzuy) The fashion stylist announced her pregnancy last December in a newspaper column, two months after she revealed that she and Racaza were engaged. In the article, she called the businessman her "husband." Racaza was previously married to doctor-model Geraldine Zam...Keep on reading: LOOK: Liz Uy welcomes second baby
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‘To show that Filipinos deserve better’: Solenn Heussaff explains photo with urban poor as backdrop
Celebrity artist Solenn Heussaff said that she wanted to show in her art that “Filipinos deserve better” after being criticized for supposedly using “poverty porn” to promote her upcoming solo art exhibit. The 35-year-old Kapuso actress previously shared a picture of her sitting in front of her acrylic painting with her self-designed rug under a […] The post ‘To show that Filipinos deserve better’: Solenn Heussaff explains photo with urban poor as backdrop appeared first on Interaksyon.
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‘No vaccine, no work?’ Gov’t won’t force public to get COVID-19 vaccine
MANILA, Philippines--- While it encourages the public to get vaccinated against COVID-19, Cabinet Secretary Karlo Nograles said the government will not force anyone to get it amid a "no vaccination, no work" policy to be enforced by some companies. "Walang pilitan para kay Pangulong Duterte," Nograles said in an online briefing when asked on the administration's stance on such policy. (For President Duterte, no one should be forced.) "Although talagang ineencourage niya at ineencourage ng buong gobyerno ang lahat ng mga kababayan natin na pagdating ng takdang oras sa linya ng papabakunahan ay tanggapin po natin iyo nang buong loob at walang alinlangan," he added. (Although th...Keep on reading: ‘No vaccine, no work?’ Gov’t won’t force public to get COVID-19 vaccine
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Derek Ramsay on breakup with Andrea Torres: ‘Definitely no hate, no regrets’
After confirming his relationship with Ellen Adarna, Derek Ramsay clarified that there are no hard feelings between him and ex-girlfriend Andrea Torres. "We have no hate towards one another. I don't think so. I don't think she hates me and I definitely don't hate her and her family," Ramsay said in an conversation with Pops Fernandez, in the singer's YouTube vlog yesterday, March 3. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BbJoPlNpT0Q   "We were together for over a year and it was very sudden. When the breakup happened, it came out of nowhere. It kind of blindsided me," Ramsay said. When asked if he thinks there was closure between him and Torres, he said: "I think that wi...Keep on reading: Derek Ramsay on breakup with Andrea Torres: ‘Definitely no hate, no regrets’
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Billy Jack Sanchez Motorcycle Allegedly Burned by Unknown Suspects
Motorcycle Of Billy Jack Sanchez Allegedly Burned by Unknown Suspects The motorcycle owned by the controversial social media personality Billy Jack Sanchez allegedly burned by unknown suspects. On his latest video uploaded on his YouTube channel, the controversial rapper Billy Jack Sanchez sadly announced that the motorcycle he proudly uses to get to the place […] The post Billy Jack Sanchez Motorcycle Allegedly Burned by Unknown Suspects appeared first on Philippine News.
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LTFRB & i-ACT Impounded Colorum Jeepneys & Vans in Pandacan, Manila
Colorum Jeepneys & Vans Got Impounded in Pandacan, Manila The LTFRB and i-ACT have impounded colorum jeepneys and vans traveling along Zamora Street in Pandacan, Manila. On Thursday morning (March 4, 2021), the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) and the Inter-Agency Council for Traffic (i-ACT) have joined forces to impound the colorum jeepneys and vans […] The post LTFRB & i-ACT Impounded Colorum Jeepneys & Vans in Pandacan, Manila appeared first on Philippine News.
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Subscribers Assemble: Chris Evans Has Joined the Smart Team
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