52 More Overseas Filipinos Beat Covid-19

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Andanar Reminds Local Radio To Raise Covid-19 Vax Awareness

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24 To Go Home To CamSur Via ‘Balik Probinsya’ Program

Eight families can now return home to Camarines Sur through the national government’s Balik Probinsya, Bagong Pag-asa Program.

‘Konektado Tayo’ To Help Bridge Parent-Teen Communication Gap

Three agencies are spearheading the “Konektado Tayo” campaign to bridge the communication gap between Filipino parents and their adolescent children, particularly on issues concerning adolescent sexuality and development in the country.

A total of 52 overseas Filipinos have recovered from the coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19) this week, data from the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) showed Saturday.

Based on its latest monitoring, the agency recorded 47 survivors in the Asia Pacific and five in the Middle East/Africa region from May 30 to June 5, jacking up the count to 12,056.

In the same period, about 124 new infections and 15 fatalities were also logged. Of the casualties, one came from the Asia Pacific and 14 were from the Middle East/Africa region.

 

As of this posting, the number of active cases is pegged at 6,628 while the death toll is at 1,194.

“Compared to last week’s percentages, the total number of Covid-19 recoveries saw a slight decrease to 60.65 percent. Meanwhile, fatalities and those under treatment increased to 6.01 percent and 33.34 percent, respectively,” the DFA said.

Since the pandemic started, the Middle East/Africa regions had the highest figures in all categories, namely recoveries at 6,293, active cases at 4,268, and deaths at 789. (PNA)

Alibaba Provides Cloud Pin At The Olympic Games For Media Professionals At Tokyo 2020

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Converge Provides Food, Connectivity To Taal Evacuees

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Supreme Court Launches ‘BAR PLUS’ App For 2020-2021 Bar Exams

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BARMM Education Ministry Builds More School Buildings

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PH Ranks 46th In Serving The Most Expensive Coffee In The World

The Philippines, at 46th rank, consumed 1.3 kilos of coffee per person per year with an average price of PHP 152.00 per cup, according to a study undertaken by SavingSpot.