The first vaccines to arrive in the country must possess higher efficacy and effectivity rates as these will be given to medical frontliners, “and hence serve as body armor to those in the line of fire,” Senate President Pro Tempore Ralph Recto said on Tuesday.
The inter-agency task force investigating irregularities in the Philippine Health Insurance Corp. (PhilHealth) has submitted to President Rodrigo Duterte a new report, recommending PhilHealth executives and medical practitioners to be charged, Malacañang said.
Sen. Ralph Recto says it’s reasonable to establish 10 regional medical schools within 5 years
President Rodrigo Duterte admits that lack of funds is the biggest problem of his administration in its war against coronavirus.
President Rodrigo Duterte has ordered National Task Force COVID-19 chief implementer Carlito Galvez Jr. to buy rapid test kits even without approval from the Department of Health-Food and Drug Administration.
Criminals around the world are “cashing in” on the coronavirus pandemic by offering fake or sub-standard medical products like counterfeit surgical masks, the global police organisation Interpol warned on Thursday.
US health authorities on Thursday advised medical personnel facing a shortage of protective masks to use bandanas or scarves in an emergency.
The Party-list Coalition in the House of Representatives has donated P5-million worth of medical protective gears for frontliners across the National Capital Region (NCR) amid the month-long Luzon-wide lockdown as part of efforts to avert the spread of COVID-19 virus.
Contrary to medical advice, it was handshakes all around at the White House on Friday as President Donald Trump introduced business leaders at a press conference on tackling the coronavirus outbreak.
Employees “vulnerable” to the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) infection must be given additional paid medical leave benefits.
The province of Pampanga has come to help the province of Batangas It has deployed a 50-vehicle convoy of medical teams, social workers,
The head-shaven Warmbier had gone blind and deaf, his once straight teeth misaligned and his eyes bulging out, it said.
Algerian President Abdelaziz Bouteflika flew Monday to Switzerland for a medical check-up, his office said, months ahead of an election with no clear successor in sight for the ailing 81-year-old.