But not just because of COVID-19
Well, it's official: You no longer need to wear face masks if you're outdoors. Still, there's definitely no harm in wearing one when other people are around, wherever you may be. Better to be safe than sorry, right?The
Do you guys agree?
The COVID-19 situation appears to be steadily improving over the past several months. So much so that the government has now made the use of face masks optional outdoors.According to an article by reportr, President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. has now
“Wala na tayong gagawing lockdown”
In addition to mentioning his agenda for the transport sector, President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. also confirmed that there will be no more COVID-19-related lockdowns in the Philippinesduring his first State of the Nation Address (SONA)."Sa ating sitwasyon ng pangkalusugan,
Get well soon, sir
New Department of Transportation (DOTr) secretary Jaime Bautista has tested positive for COVID-19, the agency has just reported.The DOTr's public relations team notified us via Viber: "Transportation Secretary Jaime Bautista has tested positive for COVID-19. He is now
No need to panic, though
The Inter-Agency Task Force for the Management of Emerging Infectious Diseases (IATF) has a message for the public as the country's health situation continues to normalize: Learn to live with COVID-19, but don't let your guard down.During
Cars aren’t always the solution
NKY 888. This alphanumeric combination is one I'd never forget, made memorable during what was supposed to be a routine ride home from University. This happened in a different semester than my previously-mentioned Social Science class-if you caught my
Protect your information online
The dangers of the COVID-19 pandemic reach far outside hospital emergency rooms and crowded public transportation. Unscrupulous individuals are now taking advantage of our newfound dependency on staying connected to prey on unsuspecting individuals.In a statement, the Department of Transportation (
Hulkenberg will continue to deputize for his COVID-stricken compatriot
Sebastian Vettel still hasn't recovered sufficiently from the bout of COVID-19 that kept him out of last week's Bahrain Grand Prix, so Nico Hulkenberg will sub in for the second race in a row in Saudi Arabia this weekend.
The stand-in Hulkenberg will race for Aston Martin in the season opener
Four-time world champion Sebastian Vettel has tested positive for COVID-19 and will miss the season-opener in Bahrain this weekend, with his seat at Aston Martin filled by-you guessed it-the one and only Nico Hulkenberg.This'll be
Production will be reduced by 20% in April, 10% in May, and 5% in June
It's been one production hit after the other for Toyota in 2021. This new one, however, is arguably the biggest that the carmaker will be taking so far this year.According to a report by Reuters, Toyota Motor Corporation will be
Will the company bounce back in 2022?
The pandemic has not been kind to the ride-hailing industry. Just in case you're wondering how rough it's been, Grab posted a $1.1 billion loss in the final quarter of 2021, bringing its losses for the year to
Here are some of the rides you can check out
One of the region's most prominent car shows is taking place after the auto industry's latest bout with the COVID-19 pandemic. And as usual, it'll feature some of the newest rides the world's top manufacturers have to
Take note of these important changes under Alert Level 1
The government has begun loosening up restrictions on public transportation under Alert Level 1. And in addition to PUVs being allowed to operate at maximum capacity, there's now a new announcement that commuters should take note: The use of backriding shields
Vax sites will be open at the Yamaha Monumento and Balintawak Stations
LRT-2 commuters aren't the only ones who can get vaccinated at train stations this month. Through Light Rail Manila Corporation's (LRMC) new initiative, LRT-1 passengers now also have the chance to get their jabs in transit.LRMC has
Take note, commuters
It's official: Metro Manila will be placed under Alert Level 1 starting Tuesday, March 1. One of the biggest changes with the new restrictions is regarding public transportation.The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) confirmed that all public utility vehicles (PUVs)
Be informed
Finally. Metro Manila is shifting down to Alert Level 1 after weathering yet another COVID-19 surge to ring in 2022. The new alert level will kick in on Tuesday, March 1.While many restrictions have been loosened, there are still a
It appears we’re about to see even more changes next week
The Metro Manila Council unanimously voted to downgrade the current COVID-19 restrictions in the capital to Alert Level 1 starting March 1. While Malacañang has yet to announce its final decision, it already appears that we're about to see
The IATF will make make the final decision
As the number of active COVID-19 cases continues to drop in the National Capital Region, authorities are now preparing to loosen up restrictions in the metro.According to a report by CNN Philippines, Metro Manila Council (MMC) chairperson and Parañaque
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