The registration for the Davao Safety QR (DQR) Code, an electronic tracing and travel pass platform to be used in the city for this pandemic, have resumed last Monday after fixing its glitches and data security concern.
Coffins placed on highway checkpoints and the return of the food and medicine pass are among the issues Davaoeňos heavily criticized in the past week as the city tries to come up with measures to respond to the rapid rise of coronavirus (COVID-19) in the city.
A newly approved city ordinance establishing an Overseas Filipino Workers (OFW) Welfare and Crisis Center Tuesday was met with approval by a group serving the OFWs, but the center may not be implemented anytime soon.
Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio’s State of the City Address Monday, November 16, called on Dabawenyos to brace through “a difficult stretch” of the COVID-19 pandemic that may last until next year, while guaranteeing continued medical and economic relief from the city.
Here is the transcript of Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio’s State of the City Address (SOCA) 2020 from the Davao City Information Office.
The New People’s Army Southern Mindanao claimed foul that one of their leaders was murdered by state operatives Cebu while recuperating from an undisclosed illness.
Davaoeños are in frantic mode the past days as the city’s implementation of its Safe Davao Quick Response (DQR) code is coming on November 7 but the online system for registering for the code is bogging down.
It’s sad news for Davaoeños as the City Government of Davao re-imposes the liquor ban starting November 2 until December 31 in an effort to curb gatherings that may result to the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19).
The Davao City Council has passed an ordinance to institutionalize organ donation in the city and promote its awareness among Davawenyos.
The re-imposition of the city-wide curfew as a measure to prevent the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19) has affected the income of public transport drivers and market vendors, a labor group says.