MMDA to disinfect main office

July 07, 2020
THE Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) temporarily suspended the work of its employees on Thursday and Friday to give way to the complete sanitation and disinfection of all its offices and adjacent premises.

DILG, NAPOLCOM placed under lockdown

“We understand that DILG is a frontline agency in this pandemic so we cannot stop operations. Our officials will still continue to work at our extension or other offices outside of the DILG-Napolcom Center or from their homes while all our attached agencies are fully operational, especially the PNP, BJMP, and BFP,” Malaya said.

Cayetano leads food distribution to trike drivers in QC

Joining him in the event were Majority Floor Leader and Leyte Rep. Martin Romualdez, Deputy Speaker Dan Fernandez, Representatives Onyx Crisologo (First District, Quezon City), Bong Suntay (Fourth District, Quezon City), Precious Castelo (Second District, Quezon City), Allan Reyes (Third District, Quezon City), Kit Belmonte (Sixth District, Quezon City), and Bambol Tolentino (Eighth District, Cavite). FED TODA President Randy Serrano and Barangay Captains Francesca David and Jesus Lipnica III received the donations on behalf of the beneficiaries.

DILG-Napolcom Center placed on lockdown

July 06, 2020
THE Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG) has placed the DILG-Napolcom Center building along EDSA corner Quezon Avenue in Quezon City under lockdown for 7 days starting today as preventive measure following the report that one of its senior officials tested positive for COVID-19.

No org representing public school teachers

July 06, 2020
FOLLOWING numerous claim from certain teacher organizations that they represent the views and opinions of public school teachers as a whole, the Department of Education (DepEd) has reminded that there is no single teacher organization that officially and legally represents the public school teachers.

BPO network seeks mass testing, contact tracing

July 06, 2020
AS COVID-19 cases continue to rise in the Philippines, the BPO Industry Employees Network joined other groups of concerned citizens in filing a mandamus petition before the Supreme Court on July 3 “to compel” the country’s executive department particularly the Department of Health, the Inter-Agency Task Force on Emerging Infectious Diseases (IATF-EID) and other agencies involved in addressing the pandemic “to conduct mass testing, efficient contact tracing and isolation and effective treatment of positive cases.”