As Davao City expands its lockdown measures until April 19 due to the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), wage earners here are wary and afraid how to survive day by day.
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The City Council passed an ordinance that will impose a curfew until the community quarantine is lifted.
The city government will distribute 10,000 ration cards for families affected by the strict community quarantine and lockdown due to the spread of the coronavirus (Covid-19).
Health officials clarified that there are no available commercial testing kits for the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in the market, asking the public to refrain from buying so-called “effective testing kits” being sold online.
Vice Mayor Sebastian Duterte has signed up as a person under monitoring (PUM) after showing flu-like symptoms of 2019 coronavirus disease (COVID-19).
The Department of Health 11 has identified local facilities to admit patients with symptoms of coronavirus disease-2019 (Covid-19) or persons under investigation (PUI) if a spike in the number of patients happens soon.
Authorities are looking forward to the creation of the Davao City Cybercrime Response Team (DCCRT) to curb cybercrimes in the city.
The Philippine Councilors’ League (PCL) has yet to elect its new set of national officers after its national board declared a failure of elections on February 27.
Only one person left is being monitored for possible infection for COVID-19 (corona virus disease 2019) in the Davao region, the Department of Health (DOH)-Region 11 said on Monday (Feb. 17).
Environmental groups have urged everyone to protect the Panigan-Tamugan watershed to keep a clean water source for Dabawenyos.