The newly appointed head of the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA), Wilkins Villanueva said he will bring his “best practices” as a former regional anti-drug czar for a “stronger, massive approach” on the campaign against illegal drugs.
A regional board regulating public transportation urges jeepney drivers to follow protocols on social distancing, while drivers are raring to go back to the road to earn for their family.
The testing machines to trace coronavirus disease (Covid-19) is expected to start Thursday, May 20, said regional health officials Tuesday and is expected to speed up testing in Region 10.
The regional office of the National Food Authority (NFA-10) said the total rice buffer stock in its warehouses in Northern Mindanao was sourced from the local farmers in the region with 80% from Bukidnon while the rest are from other provinces.
After quarantine restrictions were lifted in parts of Mindanao, 543 students from four campuses of Mindanao State University (MSU) finally returned to their hometowns in Caraga Region Saturday.
Two testing facilities for the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) are expected to open in the next few days as it is awaits its final stages for approval, says a regional health official.
Mayor Oscar Moreno said Wednesday (May 13) that the city will continue with the implementation of its procedures to contain the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) even under the new general community quarantine (GCQ) status.
Bukidnon Governor Jose Maria Zubiri Jr has asked the national government on Wednesday to retain the general community quarantine (GCQ) on the province instead of the low-risk area status that the inter-agency task force intends to declare.
Testing for coronavirus (Covid-19) in the city is expected to start soon using equipment provided by the city government, health officials said Monday.
A Catholic multi-level school here is set to start the academic year (AY) through non-traditional arrangements for its students. This is to keep up with the “new normal” resulting from the Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) pandemic.