In response to the call of President Rodrigo Roa Duterte to send our OFWs back to their provinces, the Department of Transportation joins the National Task Force for COVID-19, and concerned government...
The Department of Health in Abu Dhabi has recently announced that Sheikh Shakhbout Medical City in the capital is finally free of Covid-19 patients.  The new milestone of the...
The Department of Health has recently debunked rumors that steam inhalation or 'suob' can actually kill Covid-19 or help them recover from the disease.  The World Health Organization (WHO)...
An official from the Department of Labor and Employment confirms that about 170,000 OFWs across the globe have received the Php10,000 cash assistance.  Labor Assistant Secretary Dominique Tutay said...
The Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) in the Philippines said that more than 3,000 establishments in the country have permanently closed or cut back workforce due the effect of Covid-19 in...
As the Dubai authorities completed the National Sterilization Programme, the Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) announced the resumption of metro's operation hours on its normal timing.  The timings are...
The Philippine government won't let the Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA) go bankrupt amid the Covid-19 pandemic, presidential spokesperson Harry Roque said in a televised briefing.  Roque's assurance came...
A 32-year-old Filipino-Australian has recently become Australia's third richest woman and youngest billionaire of the country due to her business that values at USD2.5-billion or Php125-billion.  Melanie Perkins, the...
Some of the jobless and stranded overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) in Saudi Arabia have been reportedly selling their blood in exchange of some amount to be able to survive amid the global...
The Department of Health in the Philippines warned the public against using steam inhalation or 'suob/tuob' to kill Covid-19.  In a Facebook post made today, June 25, the health...
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