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PH, Australian Navy Ships Hold Maritime Exercise

Navy ships of the Philippines and Australia over the weekend held maritime exercises aimed at "promoting peace and stability" in the region.

NTF Says 43.9M Vaccine Doses Administered In PH

The Philippines has already administered 43,933,886 doses of the Covid-19 vaccine nationwide, the National Task Force Against Covid-19 reported on Monday.

House, Senate OK Bill Extending Voter Registration For 1 Month

The House of Representatives and the Senate unanimously approved a measure seeking to extend the voter registration deadline for the May 2022 national and local elections for another 30 days.

Teachers, Staff In F2F Pilot Schools Must Be Vaxxed: DepEd

Teachers and non-teaching staff of the 120 schools identified for the pilot implementation of face-to-face classes are required to be fully vaccinated against the Covid-19.

Hybrid Working Model: What Will The Future Of Work Be Like?

The recent global survey of Robert Walters about the long-term impact of work-from-home setup has shown importance in the dysfunction between employers and employees on what they viewed as the ultimate future of work settings.

British Council IELTS Prize Helps PH Students Realise Their Dreams Of Int’l Studies

The British Council has announced the 26 regional winners of the 2021 IELTS Prize including three outstanding IELTS test takers from the Philippines.

Newly Arrived 3M Sinovac Jabs To Be Sent Outside NCR

The shipment of three million doses of the Sinovac jab that arrived Sunday night will be delivered outside the National Capital Region.

166 More PNP Personnel Beat Covid-19

The Philippine National Police on Sunday logged 166 new Covid-19 recoveries, increasing the police force’s recovery tally to 36,877.

Bello Vows To Bring Back Jobs Abroad For Displaced OFWs

Labor Secretary Silvestre ‘Bebot’ Bello III said a huge number of jobs is on the table and the DOLE will prioritize OFWs who lost their jobs since the start of the pandemic.

Vaccine Hesitancy Remains A Challenge: NTF

The Covid-19 turnout is not as high as the government expected it to be, noting that vaccine hesitancy remains an issue, particularly among the elderly in both far-flung and densely populated communities, NTF chief Secretary Carlito Galvez Jr said.

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New York Hiring To Open Opportunities For More Pinoy Nurses

New York’s plan to hire more healthcare workers abroad, including from the Philippines, would provide opportunities for more Filipino nurses, Malacañang said Monday.

PH, Australian Navy Ships Hold Maritime Exercise

Navy ships of the Philippines and Australia over the weekend held maritime exercises aimed at "promoting peace and stability" in the region.

NTF Says 43.9M Vaccine Doses Administered In PH

The Philippines has already administered 43,933,886 doses of the Covid-19 vaccine nationwide, the National Task Force Against Covid-19 reported on Monday.

House, Senate OK Bill Extending Voter Registration For 1 Month

The House of Representatives and the Senate unanimously approved a measure seeking to extend the voter registration deadline for the May 2022 national and local elections for another 30 days.

Teachers, Staff In F2F Pilot Schools Must Be Vaxxed: DepEd

Teachers and non-teaching staff of the 120 schools identified for the pilot implementation of face-to-face classes are required to be fully vaccinated against the Covid-19.
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