As the education sector began this school year with the “new normal” of holding online classes due to the coronavirus (Covid-19), students such as Grace have suffered physically and mentally with this new mode of online and distance learning.
The low buying price brought by rice liberalization has been killing farmers and the local economy.
Exclusive breastfeeding among infants 0 to 5.9 months has nearly doubled, from 30 percent in 2003 to 58 percent in 2019.
Private schools in Davao City opted to suspend or lessen online classes as PLDT and Smart announced a five-day emergency maintenance from September 25-30 that will slow down the internet connection.
City councilors here grilled the Philippine Long Distance Telephone representative invited in the council session Tuesday to discuss the poor connectivity and services provided to subscribers in the city.
The Department of Health Davao Region encourages provincial government units to set up Covid-19 testing facilities as Davao de Oro province began construction of their own facility.
A councilor in the third district of this city is calling for a sustainable potable water system in majority of his district which has no access to potable water.
Three hospitals in Davao Region have been identified by the Department of Health Region 11 to cater Covid-19 patients in case a surge of positive cases will happen to the region.
The City Government of Davao has set the re-opening of the Roxas Night Market this September 12 with “new normal” operations and guidelines for stall owners and customers.
22 employees of Davao City Hall were found to have been infected with coronavirus (Covid-19), but details were not divulged how and where they got infected.