President Duterte said he could not allow the holding of face-to-face classes for as long as there is “no vaccination for all” against COVID-19.
“Why would I defend or face an accusation before White people. You must be crazy,” President Duterte said during his talk to the nation on Monday night, June 21.
Presidential spokesman Harry Roque took back his earlier pronouncement that the use of face shields is no longer necessary outdoors.
The British singer and songwriter admitted that he had struggles related to his mental health during the lockdown but his new song brought “magic” and gave him hope amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
According to Health Undersecretary Maria Rosario Vergeire, all local government units have been directed to keep a tight watch on Delta variant “across all borders.”
“It’s OK whoever runs (for vice president), I think they also have programs to present,” Senate President Vicente Sotto III said.
A delivery rider who thanked the BTS Army for their unceasing “BTS Meal” orders earned their love and showed it by giving him financial support. This and more in today’s edition of Celebrity Top 10, June 21, 2021.
Presidential spokesman Harry Roque said the final policy is that people no longer have to wear face shields when they are outdoors.
Vaccine czar Carlito Galvez Jr. said the deal between the Philippine government and Pfizer Inc. was signed on Saturday, June 19, making it the biggest vaccine procurement made by the country.
“Graduate na ako pati sa pagiging jeepney driver. Salamat sa mga naging pamasahe niyo,” Marvin Daludado said, expressing gratefulness that his sacrifices, including waking up at 5 a.m. every day to drive their jeepney, paid off.