PNP steps-up internal cleansing drive prevention approach

THE Philippine National Police leadership headed by General Archie Francisco F. Gamboa is stepping-up its ‘preventive approach’ on its Enhanced Revitalized Internal Cleansing Program by seeing to it that police will be restrained from involvement in illegal activities by fully inculcating on them the values of love of God, country, people and family, the Journal Group learned yesterday.

Quarantine areas

February 11, 2020
THE quarantine of 30 Filipinos evacuated from Wuhan, China at the “Athletes’ Village” in New Clark City, Tarlac has thrust out front the need to set up infectious disease isolation rooms in government hospitals.

Trump acquitted

February 10, 2020
The impeachment charges against President Trump has finally ended. It was like an unending witch-hunt. From the day then Mr. Donald John Trump announced his candidacy for president some four years ago, the media started bashing him to the point of being so unkind to Mr. Trump. It continued when he won, continued when he sat in office and it kept on going without let-up till the Senate acquitted him last week.

Telecommute vs nCoV

February 10, 2020
Easing traffic, greater efficiency and productivity for companies, lower or zero transport expense, greater savings, and higher disposable income for workers and employees, lesser work-related stress, and longer time with family.

Maghugas, magsabon ng kamay?

February 09, 2020
“Yang gagastusin namin sa pambili ng sabon para sa kamay, ibibili na lang namin ng pagkain at bigas. Damit nga namin, binabanlawan na lang namin ng dalawang ulit tapos sampay na agad para matuyo,” ito ang sabi ng nakausap kong tricycle driver.

All 17 PNP regional directors assure ‘no-take’ policy today

ON orders of Philippine National Police chief, General Archie Francisco F. Gamboa, all 17 Police Regional Office directors and the head of the PNP Criminal Investigation and Detection Group will go public today to strictly reiterate the PNP chief’s ‘no-take’ policy when it comes to all forms of illegal gambling and any other illegal activities, the Journal Group learned yesterday.

Monreal enforces new airport rules to prevent nCoV

In support of government efforts to contain and prevent the possible spread of the Novel Coronavirus (NCOV) in the country, the Manila International Airport Authority (MIAA) is requesting the public who have passengers to meet or send-off at the Manila airport terminals, to refrain from coming in groups, thus heeding the advice of health experts to avoid crowded places.

Let’s remain calm

February 08, 2020
IT would do well for the Filipino people to remain calm as the government addresses the 2019 Novel Coronavirus Acute Respiratory Disease (2019-nCoVARD) in the country.