A labor group questioned the government’s report that the Covid-19 economic relief has reached many workers.
The 270 billion-peso budget allocated by the national government to aid the poorest of the poor amid the COVID-19 pandemic is not enough.
Netizens and activists express their dismay and anger by making #OustDuterte the top trend on Twitter Wednesday night after President Rodrigo Duterte warned that he will order “Left” activists and violators of Quarantine to be shot.
Reacting to reports that a plane flew to Germany carrying 75 intensive care nurses, Misamis Oriental Representative Rufus Rodriguez urged the Department of Labor to stop such deployments.
It’s been a week after President Rodrigo Duterte signed into law the “Bayanihan to Heal as One Act” that granted him emergency powers for two months to respond to the coronavirus outbreak, yet there is still little to no action from Malacañang.
President Rodrigo Duterte’s order to the security forces to implement the country’s action plan to contain the deadly coronavirus disease-2019 (COVID-19) does not sit well among various groups demanding immediate medical-based action to deal with the pandemic.
Human rights groups slam the Department of Justice’s appeal for compassion for Senator Aquilino ‘Koko’ Pimentel III as “double standard” in its implementation of strict lockdown and quarantine.
Various groups and netizens expressed their disappointment and outrage online, highlighted the calls #NotoVIPTesting and #MassTestingNowPH over the social media, after reports that at least two dozen government officials and their families availed of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) test despite being asymptomatic.
Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio ordered a stop to the distribution of quarantine passes in all barangays on Wednesday, March 25.
Ten legislators voted against granting emergency powers to President Rodrigo Duterte to combat the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), arguing that the chief executive has enough powers to handle this.