SPMC officer-in-charge medical chief Dr. Ricardo Audan was the first to be immunized among SPMC healthcare workers.
He said 70 percent of SPMC employees are willing to get vaccinated.
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She Paints The Light At End Of The Tunnel
Practicing obstetrician-gynecologist and abstract artist Dr. Meneline Wong creates ‘Better Days’
Tatum, Celtics Cool Off Curry, Warriors; Lakers Thump Jazz In Overtime
LOS ANGELES (AFP) — Jayson Tatum scored 44 points and the Boston Celtics withstood Stephen Curry's 47-point performance yesterday to beat the Golden State Warriors 119-114 in an NBA clash between two teams riding winning streaks.
Funnel Cloud Awes Bicolanos
A teacher in Pili, Camarines Sur was able to capture a funnel cloud that is most likely associated with typhoon “Bising” (international name “Surigae”) as the province and most parts of Bicol are now under tropical cyclone wind signal No. 1.
Time To Address A Serious Learning Crisis
At a Senate hearing last year, the Department of Education (DepEd) reported that enrollment from kindergarten to senior high school for school year 2020-2021 was estimated at 23 million or 83 percent of the 27.7 million enrolled previously.
Gov't, Businesses Urged To Replicate ‘Community Pantries'
Senator Sonny Angara on Sunday, April 18 urged the government and private entities to replicate the community pantries that have sprouted in various areas in the country as the country continued to battle a sweeping pandemic.
Jazz rally without Mitchell
Injury overshadows win, D-Wade arrival
Welcome to the era of New Evangelization
A nine-year plan to reinvigorate the Catholic Church in the Philippines
A pilgrimage to eight churches
Pilgrim passports available for those visiting Jubilee Churches
500 years of Christianity in PH: Harmonizing two narratives
The onset of the COVID-19 pandemic moved back the commemoration of 500 years of Christianity by a year. Instead of a culmination, what was marked last Easter Sunday was the start of year-long activities. Cebu Archbishop Jose Palma pointed out that there are two important milestones:
‘The one that's right in front of you'
Perusing the social media posts of the week, I was struck by how so many were decrying the lack of any National Vaccination Plan or recovery plan for the sorry state in which this recent unabated upsurge in COVID-19 cases has left us in.
Your Facebook Friend Has Some Thoughts To Share About Your Covid Vaccine
Mark Zuckerberg wanted to make Facebook a source of reliable information about the pandemic. Instead he created a perfect platform for conspiracy theorists
A Squeeze on the Global Middle Class
An estimated 150 million people slipped down the economic ladder in 2020, the first setback in almost three decades
Unlocking the Mysteries of Long COVID
A growing g number of clinicians are on an urgent quest to find treatments for a frighteningly pervasive problem. They’ve had surprising early success.
Our Sad Souvenirs of The Pandemic
Americans can’t go anywhere, but we’re still buying the T-shirt.
Oxford's dirty business
A gas station-turned-plant shop is a perfect spot for an OIL change.
Spring Break Staycation
Travel plans on hold this year? No worries—home is where it’s happening. Here’s how to map out the ideal anti-getaway right in your own backyard...
Kristian Alfonso previews her new movies for Lifetime — ALL THAT GLITTERS and HIDDEN JEWEL — and looks back on leaving DAYS’s Hope behind for good.
GOV. ANDREW CUOMO CLINGS TO HIS PEDESTAL
A YEAR AGO, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo was a pandemic hero.
For passengers to Alaska, the rush begins.
The Equality Issue – All in It Together? Yes and No
The pandemic has highlighted structural inequalities that have plagued society for decades