Creativity, ingenuity

March 31, 2020
As the nation’s resources are stretched to the limit to meet the requirements in the battle against the 2019 coronavirus disease, common sense or pragmatism must be basic operating principle into the remaining days of the enhanced community quarantine.

‘Diskarteng Pinoy’

March 30, 2020
PRESIDENT Duterte completes today the first 45 months of his 72-month presidency, with “Diskarteng Pinoy” emerging as a key to stopping the spread of the coronavirus in the Philippines.

Frontliners Monument

March 30, 2020
SIGURADO namang babangon tayo pagkatapos ng lahat ng virus scares, lockdown, no work, no classes, no transportations, no gimmick, no malls at no restaurants to dine in.

Cops told to block entry of unauthorized persons in QCPs

POLICEMEN manning Quarantine Control Points in Metro Manila and the rest of the country have been ordered to further implement stricter measures to prevent the movement of unauthorized persons in their areas but at the same time ensure the unhampered passage of all food and non-food cargoes, the commander of the Joint Task Force COVID-19 Shield told the Journal Group yesterday.

Truthful citizens

March 30, 2020
With Republic Act 11055 or the Philippine Identification System Act still not ready for implementation, it is not easy for the government to trace ordinary citizens who tested positive for Covid-19, as well as those who were directly exposed and symptomatic.

Paalam Menggie Cobarrubias

Pumanaw na si Menggie ilang araw pa lang ang nakararaan. Laking gulat ko nang mabasa ko sa isang text na pumanaw na ang beteranong aktor ng tanghalan at pelikula. Umagang-umaga nang mabasa ko ang text. Tinalo siya ng Covid 19 ayon sa balita.

Empty guts tinder box

Marcos called on the National Food Authority to open its warehouses stocked with imported rice, the Bureau of Customs to donate container vans of smuggled frozen fish, and officials of the Ninoy Aquino International Airport to release Covid-19 test kits and face masks for immediate distribution in Metro Manila.

PNP seizes over P15M hoarded alcohol, face masks so far

OVER P15 million worth of hoarded alcohol, face masks, hand sanitizers and even thermal scanners being sold as much as 10 times their regular price have been seized by agents of the Philippine National Police so far as PNP chief, General Archie Francisco F. Gamboa vowed to apply the full force of the law on profiteers taking advantage of the COVID-19 crisis, the Journal Group learned yesterday.