The South China Morning Post reported two cases of the 2019-nCoV in Hongkong, and that the four family members of the first one traveled to Manila yesterday. The government says there are still many blind spots with regard to the 2019-nCoV.
The accounts about the meeting are interesting and historians say there is much to learn from the lives of heroes like Dr. Jose Rizal and Dr. Pio Valenzuela.
Share the Magic of Giving, Donate a Toy campaign under SM Share Movement is one of the ways that The SM Store reaches out to communities in times of need.
The population of a barangay in San Luis, Batangas has doubled as people are displaced by the continuing unrest of Taal Volcano. But life goes on, and a new life is even brought to the world.
When Talisay Vice Mayor Charlie Natanauan Sr. said science cannot predict an impending disaster, maybe he can learn something from history.
What gives? The Department of the Interior and Local Government, the House committee on constitutional amendments and a new movement called Constitutional Reform or CORE won’t give up on Charter change.
The Philippine Coast Guard and the Department of Health are making sure that Batangas residents who have special needs will be attended to following their displacement due to the eruption of Taal Volcano.
The evacuees’ spirits are being uplifted by Good Samaritans, knowing that food and clothing are not enough to ease their worries following their displacement due to Taal Volcano’s unrest.
As tension between the United States and Iran was reported to have eased, officials now need to exert extra effort to convince Filipinos in Iraq to come back to the Philippines.
“Children are not just little adults; they require specific support to meet their emotional and psychological needs,” a child rights group says.