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Only APORs With ID Allowed On Public Transport During ECQ: LTFRB

Only authorized persons outside of residence (APORs) will be allowed to board public transportation during the enhanced community quarantine in the National Capital Region (NCR), the LTFRB said.

Internet Access Major Challenge Among Teachers: Study

Access to the internet is still a major challenge among teachers across the country amid the Covid-19 pandemic, National Research Council of the Philippines study shows.

DILG Says ECQ Aid Distribution May Start Aug. 6

The distribution of the cash aid for qualified enhanced community quarantine recipients in Metro Manila will possibly begin on August 6, DILG Eduardo Año said.

Gov’t To Maximize 2-Week ECQ: Nograles

The two-week ECQ in Metro Manila is said to be a “necessary step” to protect the country’s healthcare system and at the same time help the economy recover, Nograles said.

Diaz, Petecio PH Source Of Inspiration, Pride, Joy: DOT

The Department of Tourism expressed its support to the Filipino Olympians for being "a source of inspiration" for Filipinos at a time when the country and the rest of the world are battling a pandemic.

220 Volunteers Sign Up For Manila’s 24/7 Vaccination Drive

Many people are signing up to join the Manila City government's plan to hold 24/7 vaccination activities to fasten the coronavirus pandemic response in the Metro.

96 Sagay City Fisherfolk Receive Livelihood Aid From BFAR

Fisherfolk from Sagay City, Negros Occidental has received PHP3.4 million in livelihood projects from the Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources to sustain their sustainability program.

Imee: Hold Price Hikes For Basic Goods Until Lockdowns Are Over

Senator Imee Marcos urges the Department of Trade and Industry to put on hold price increases it granted manufacturers of basic necessities and prime commodities in July.

BPI-Philam Opens Hundreds Of Jobs For Filipinos Amid Pandemic

GOOD NEWS! BPI-Philam announces it has opened over 700 posts to aid Filipinos struggling to find a job amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

Gen Xers And Millennials Feel Pronounced Financial Impact Of COVID-19

TransUnion’s Consumer Pulse study findings showed that Gen Xers and Millennials reported their household income was currently negatively impacted by the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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