Articles about Covid 19 News

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MRT-3 management is assuring everyone that, yes, the train line takes keeping people safe from COVID-19 very, very seriously.Commuters were up in arms over the weekend after a video of MRT-3 cleaning staff "disinfecting" train cars in a
One more reason to wear one before driving out
At this point, it's probably safe to assume that most if not all of you have made putting a face mask on before heading out part of your daily routine. If not, please do. And if the threat of a deadly
Stay safe out there
It looks like moving around in the Philippines is about to get a whole lot easier after the Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG) and the Inter-Agency Task Force for the Management of Emerging Infectious Diseases (IATF) loosened travel
This could take effect next month
Within the week, President Rodrigo Duterte is expected to decide on whether or not the entire country may be placed under modified general community quarantine (MGCQ) come March. If approved, the nationwide shift to the least restrictive form of quarantine-which is
Just to be clear
Yes, the UK variant of COVID-19 is already present in the Philippines. Scary stuff, especially when you consider that more people are now out and about taking public transportation compared to several months ago.Worried? Yeah, so are we. That worry
Too many things going on at the same time
Here's where we are so far in the implementation of the Child Safety in Motor Vehicles Act: By operation of the law, Republic Act No. 11229 already took effect on February 2, 2021, but the Department of Transportation (DOTr) has stressed
No more confusion
A few days ago, the Land Transportation Office (LTO) clarified that a face mask is not required if only one person, the driver, is present inside a vehicle. Apparently, though, many people may have missed this as we are still being asked
Another convenient way to make sure
Two more drive-through COVID-19 testing centers have been set up in the nation's capital. This time, they're located in two of the most easily accessible malls in Metro Manila.SM Supermalls has partnered with the Philippine Red Cross
The law applies even to those from the same household
Except when driving alone, all occupants of private and public vehicles must wear face masks and face shields to prevent the spread of COVID-19, the Land Transportation Office said on Monday, February 1.The requirement is "harsh" but the law must
No station staff are among the infected
MRT-3 management is dealing with yet another outbreak of COVID-19 within its ranks. This time, though, the train line's operations are set to continue as no station employees have been infected by the virus.In a statement, MRT-3
“Come with me if you want to live”
As an actor, Arnold Schwarzenegger has walked away from bullets, explosions, lasers, and, well, just about anything else you can think of that would turn normal humans into a smoldering pile of ashes. This is one battle, though, that the Terminator knows
The company has waived P156 million in toll fees so far
San Miguel Corporation (SMC) is really making it a point to give back to our medical frontliners.The company previously said that the toll-free passage for frontliners along all SMC-operated expressways would be extended indefinitely. Now, it has announced that
Something to think about
Bus drivers, tricycle riders, transportation network vehicle service personnel from Grab and Angkas-these people come into contact with dozens, in some cases hundreds, of passengers a day. Their work has been vital to keeping the economy afloat during the pandemic, and
It's to centralize contact tracing efforts.
All establishments are ordered to adopt the Stay Safe app and its QR code to centralize contact-tracing efforts, Malacañang said on Friday, December 4.Government offices, private companies, hotels, and business establishments as well as public transportation units are required
Get well soon
Breaking news in the world of Formula 1 today: Lewis Hamilton has tested positive for COVID-19 and will miss the Sakhir Grand Prix.This news comes right on the heels of Hamilton winning the Bahrain Grand Prix-a race marred by
It might do more harm than good
Yesterday, the Department of Transportation announced that it has ordered all transportation sectors to implement a 'one seat apart' policy to help increase capacity and jumpstart public transit. The move comes a day after President Rodrigo Duterte gave the measure his go-
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