President Rodrigo Duterte on Thursday accused the Philippine Red Cross (PRC) of being greedy.
MANILA – The Philippine Red Cross (PRC) has resumed its coronavirus swab tests after it received partial payment from the Philippine Health Insurance Corporation (PhilHealth) on Tuesday.
President Rodrigo Duterte on Monday assured the government will pay its debts to the Philippine Red Cross (PRC).
The Philippine Red Cross (PRC) is standing by its memorandum of agreement (MOA) with the Philippine Health Insurance Corp. (PhilHealth) for COVID-19 testing.
Senator Richard Gordon said the new molecular laboratories of the Philippine Red Cross (PRC) are now capable of testing other potential infectious diseases amid the global coronavirus pandemic.
Senator Richard Gordon insisted that testing at least 13 percent of the country’s population is the “key to getting the economy going again” amid the global coronavirus pandemic.
Senator Richard Gordon has stressed the need to boost the country’s capability to develop its own vaccines.
A Chinese biomedical company has denied that the Philippine Red Cross (PRC) bought overpriced testing equipment and kits for COVID-19.
The company which President Rodrigo Duterte ordered to be investigated for allegedly overpricing COVID-19 testing equipment blocked the sale of much needed extraction machine to the private sector, the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) has found.
Foreign Affairs Secretary Teodoro “Teddyboy” Locsin has revealed a money making scheme involving the release of COVID-19 test results from the Philippine Red Cross (PRC).
Senator Richard Gordon has expressed gratitude to celebrity doctor Vicki Belo and daughter Scarlet Snow for their half a million peso donation for relief operations…
Senator Richard Gordon has a giant cuddly teddy bear for Christmas. The senator hugged his new toy, a present from his Philippine Red Cross family,…
Senator Richard Gordon on Thursday said the Philippine Red Cross (PRC) mourns the killing of businessman Dominic Sytin, whom he said had “strong humanitarian values.”
The European Commission, the politically independent executive arm of the European Union (EU), is allocating EUR150,000 or about P9.2 million to Filipinos affected by the widespread flooding triggered by non-stop monsoon rains in the past few weeks.
The Philippine Red Cross (PRC) is provide temporary learning facilities for students in Albay after schools in the province have been used as temporary shelters for people affected by Mayon Volcano’s eruptions.