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DICT, San Juan launch COVID vaccine registry
The Department of Information and Communications Technology (DICT) and the San Juan city government are pilot testing the country’s COVID-19 vaccine registry.
YUKA WRESTS SOLO LEAD
Yuka Saso sustained her sizzling form, shooting a second consecutive eight-under-par 64 to seize the solo lead halfway through the LPGA Lotte Championship Thursday in Oahu, Hawaii.
‘Aid beneficiaries included dead persons, minors, OFWs'
An administration congressman yesterday criticized the implementation of the latest cash aid or ayuda for low-income families in Metro Manila and surrounding provinces that were affected by the recent lockdown.
WHO: COVID infection rate approaching highest of pandemic so far
GENEVA (Reuters) – The number of new COVID-19 cases per week has nearly doubled globally over the past two months, approaching the highest rate seen so far during the pandemic, the head of the World Health Organization said yesterday.
Investing in future generations
As President Duterte himself has lamented, more people will get sick, and more people will die.
YUKA BOMBS AWAY BIRDIES
PINAY ACE HOT IN OAHU
Ex-Officer Charged Over Black Motorist's Death
MINNEAPOLIS (AFP) – The police officer who shot dead black 20-year-old Daunte Wright in a Minneapolis suburb after appearing to mistake her gun for her Taser was arrested Wednesday on manslaughter charges.
Remittances Rebound As Economies Reopen
Remittances from overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) bounced back strongly in February after a two-month slump as more host countries reopen their economies in line with the global rollout of COVID-19 vaccines, the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) said.
What Is The Future Of Urban Mobility In The Philippines?
Mobility has always been a central aspect of urbanization. Two of the main problems in highdensity urban areas are traffic and air pollution from transportation.
Healthcare Collapse Imminent, Brazil's Sao Paulo Warns
SAO PAULO (Reuters) – Brazil’s richest and most populous state, Sao Paulo, has warned its ability to care for seriously ill coronavirus patients is on the verge of collapse as it runs perilously low on key drugs, according to a letter to the federal government seen by the Folha de Sao Paulo newspaper.
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