The public is warned to expect that Davaoeños who will be arriving after being stranded outside the city during the pandemic may be possible carriers of the coronavirus (Covid-19) and will undergo testing and quarantine.
The Marco Polo Davao announced Friday that it will cease operations starting June 15 due to the economic impact brought about by Covid-19 to their industry.
Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte- Carpio has assigned the city’s LGBT sector to manage the city’s next round of rice distribution after receiving complaints from residents that barangay officials have failed to provide them with rice.
The City Government of Davao is considering using the RT-PCR test kits in their “intensified case findings” of Covid-19 cases in certain areas in Davao City.
The Southern Philippines Medical Center said they would be making a sustainable plan for their medical personnel in the frontline of the coronavirus disease (Covid-19) as new health and lodging concerns came up.
The Department of Education has announced that the incoming school year 2020-2021 will open on August 24 amidst issues of safety for students in the coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic.
The number of Covid-19 cases in the Philippines has breach 10,000 on Wednesday, but health officials said that the epidemic curve in the country has started to “flatten”.
The Southern Philippines Medical Center has announced on Tuesday that they may start enrolling their Covid-19 patients for a trial of therapies to be undertaken by the World Health Organization Solidarity next week.
After more than a week of putting Bukidnon under enhanced community quarantine (ECQ), Gov. Jose Maria Zubiri Jr. reverted the province’s status to general community quarantine (GCQ) effective Monday (April 27).
The Davao City government eyes three private hospitals as reserved facilities in case there is a spike in the number of patients positive of the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19).