Malacañang on Friday defended President Rodrigo Duterte’s unsavory remark calling the Philippine Red Cross (PRC) greedy.
Malacañang assured on Friday the Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA) will pay its debt to hotel establishments accommodating overseas Filipino workers as quarantine facilities.
The drop in last month’s overall number of new coronavirus (Covid-19) infections can be partially attributed to the Philippine Red Cross’ (PRC) suspension of its Covid-19 testing, Malacañang said Wednesday.
Malacañang said private sector-led Project Antibody Rapid Test Kits or Project ARK has committed to provide coronavirus disease testing for returning overseas Filipino workers and overseas Filipinos (OFs).
Malacañang on Tuesday disagreed with the assessment of the UP-OCTA Research that the stoppage of Philippine Red Cross’ (PRC) coronavirus (Covid-19) testing operations will result in the drop of reported cases in in the National Capital Region, Rizal, Cavite, Laguna, and Batangas by 40 to 50 percent.
The Department of Justice has found no legal infirmities in the memorandum of agreement between the Philippine Health Insurance Corporation and the Philippine Red Cross in April Cross in April 24, as the state provider of COVID-19 swab tests for its members, documents bared.
Justice Secretary Menardo Guevarra said the Department of Justice (DOJ) has rendered its legal opinion over the deal to have the Philippine Red Cross (PRC) conduct COVID-19 virus tests for the Philippine Health Insurance Corporation (PhilHealth).
Malacañang on Friday urged the Philippine Red Cross (PRC) to resume testing even its chairman, Senator Richard Gordon said the government should settle its P931-million debt to the PRC first before they could continue their Covid-19 testing services.
The Department of Justice (DOJ) is set to issue a legal opinion on the memorandum of agreement (MOA) between the Philippine Health Insurance Corporation (PhilHealth) and the Philippine Red Cross (PRC), said Justice Secretary Menardo Guevarra on Thursday (Oct. 22).
At least half of the Philippine Health Insurance Corporation’s (PhilHealth) debt to the Philippine Red Cross (PRC) will be paid “at the soonest time possible,” Malacañang said Tuesday.
Senate Majority Leader Migz Zubiri on Tuesday thanked President Rodrigo Duterte for his assurance that Philippine Red Cross (PRC) will be paid the P930 million in debt owed by the government for its Covid-19 testing service.
Take a bow San Miguel Corporation. Senator Richard Gordon has expressed gratitude to Ramon Ang, president and COO of San Miguel, for launching a blood…
Senator Richard Gordon could be held liable over the Philippine Health Insurance Corporation’s (Philhealth’s) P100-million advance payment to the Philippine Red Cross (PRC) to conduct COVID-19 tests, sources told Politiko.
The Philippine Red Cross’ receipt of a P100-million advance payment from the Philippine Health Insurance Corporation (PhilHealth) for COVID-19 testing was anomalous, a whistleblower has claimed.
MANILA – The Senate on Thursday ratified the Bayanihan to Recover as One (Bayanihan 2) bill, a measure that seeks to allow President Rodrigo Duterte to realign funds for the coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19) crisis.
The government is not the leading laboratory that conducts testing of individuals for coronavirus illness.
Senator Richard Gordon is volunteering the services of the Philippine Red Cross (PRC) to help the Department of Health (DOH) inform patients of their COVID-19 test results.
The Philippine Red Cross (PRC) will stop accepting COVID-19 testing requests from the government if the Philippine Health Insurance Corporation (PhilHealth) doesn’t pay its bill immediately, Senator Richard Gordon said Saturday (August 15).
Senator Richard Gordon has confirmed that 10 of his “immediate” staff members got infected recently by the deadly coronavirus disease.
Senator Richard Gordon has called on the government to come up with a comprehensive plan on how to quell or at least control the COVID-19 pandemic amid warnings by health experts that the dreaded will remain like other seasonal diseases, even after the advent of a vaccine.
The University of the Philippines campus in Los Baños (UPLB) can now run coronavirus disease (Covid-19) tests after its Covid-19 Molecular Diagnostic Laboratory (CMDL) received accreditation last June 29.