A court case against former AnakPawis Congressman Ariel Casilao and six relief volunteers for alleged violating quarantine rules was dismissed by the court of Norzagaray, Bulacan.
A United Nations (UN) official slammed countries like the Philippines where law enforcement has been acting beyond international law in the use of force while implementing quarantine measures.
A community college in Davao de Oro expressed concern of their students’ safety in a government quarantine facility after receiving reports of lapses in protocol.
Moro human rights group hold the military accountable for the reported mortar shelling during Eid’l Fitr celebration Sunday in a village in Datu Saudi Ampatuan town in Maguindanao that killed two children and injured several others.
Displaced Lumad families staying in UCCP Haran react to another case of “disinformation” that two infants who died was due to COVID-19 infection.
Two Manobo community in Surigao del Sur are reportedly fearful of military operations that have led to an arrest of a resident in the midst of the quarantine and pandemic.
A Lumad school teacher revealed that alleged “state-sponsored” attacks on schools continue in the course of the two-month lockdown due to the coronavirus disease (Covid-19).
A community college in Davao de Oro decries how the provincial government has handled the turnover of their stranded student-scholars who wanted to go home.
The rescue last Friday of Covid-19 patient Arani Hajiba who went missing for days was met with mixed responses of condemnation to sympathy from netizens.
A Catholic priest in Surigao del Sur has been red-tagged on Facebook for his advocacy supporting the Lumad school Alcadev.