GENEVA - Too many doctors and nurses are paying the ultimate price while battling COVID-19, the World Health Organization said Thursday as it launched a charter aiming to boost safety
THERE are 1,075 Filipino skilled nurses who were accepted to work in various German hospitals are stranded in the country due to the deployment ban on health workers imposed by
THE Department of Health said the government needs P12.9 billion for the purchase of vaccines against COVID-19. DOH Undersecretary Myrna Cabotaje made the disclosure during the budget hearing on DOH’s
COTABATO CITY – The Army’s 6th Infantry Division (6ID) lauded a civilian for quickly alerting authorities about his discovery of unexploded ordnance in Bagumbayan, Sultan Kudarat on Thursday. Maj. Gen.
LYCEUM of the Philippines University will still have coach Topex Robinson, but in a different capacity. The Intramuros-based school has recently reconfigured Robinson's five-year contract signed in 2018, as he
THE Philippine National Police in partnership with the Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Industry (PCCI) Friday launched the “Bayaning Pulis Foundation, Inc.’ which will help provide elementary to college educational
LARGE parts of Europe on Friday geared up for broad new restrictions to stop the coronavirus, after infections worldwide topped 30 million and the World Health Organization warned of "alarming
THE United States government, through the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), has forged a new partnership with the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI), National Confederation of Cooperatives
AS part of the ongoing AdaptPH campaign, alumni of the U.S. State Department Young Southeast Asian leaders Initiative (YSEALI) produced informational materials on COVID-19 in Filipino, Hiligaynon, and Cebuano languages.
UNION of Local Authorities of the Philippines (ULAP) National President and Quirino Gov. Dax Cua welcomed news that the Palace would be extending the nationwide state of calamity, and said