Malacañang on Sunday reminded everyone, especially prominent media practitioners, to “be more responsible” in posting “unconfirmed” information concerning the coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic.
President Rodrigo Duterte never claimed that public funds are running out amid the government’s fight against coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19), Malacañang said on Saturday.
Malacañang on Thursday was saddened by the news that Education Secretary Leonor Briones tested positive for coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19).
President Rodrigo Duterte isn’t getting enough sleep these days because of the coronavirus crisis in the country, his spokesman said.
There was no need for President Rodrigo Duterte to have a second coronavirus test, Malacañang said.
Presidential Spokesperson Salvador Panelo committed to donate 75 percent of his salary until December 2020 to coronavirus (Covid-19)-related relief efforts.
President Rodrigo Duterte is donating his one month salary to coronavirus-related relief efforts, Malacañang said Sunday.
President Rodrigo Duterte is studying the “best option” in addressing the threat of the new coronavirus (Covid-19), according to Malacañang.
Malacañang on Tuesday lambasted Senator Risa Hontiveros, who claimed that the President failed to present “concrete plan” on how to tackle the novel coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic during his public address late Monday.
Malacañang has expressed sadness over the plane crash incident at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport that killed all eight passengers and crew Sunday evening.
Malacañang on Friday urged the Research Institute for Tropical Medicine (RITM) to carefully verify coronavirus test results to avoid another oversight.
Legal action will be taken against violators of coronavirus-related health protocols, Malacañang said Thursday.
Malacañang assured the public on Tuesday that the special powers granted by Congress to President Rodrigo Duterte to address the coronavirus situation (Covid-19) in the Philippines will be enforced “strictly in accordance with the Constitution.”
Malacañang on Sunday warned that the country’s future is “at stake” as people continue to defy orders to stay home amid the coronavirus pandemic.
President Rodrigo Duterte has declared a unilateral ceasefire with leftist rebels while an enhanced community quarantine has been imposed in Luzon to address the threat of the coronavirus disease.
Presidential Spokesperson Salvador Panelo clarified on Tuesday that he is not sick and does not have coronavirus symptoms.
CNN Philippines anchor Pinky Webb trended on Twitter Monday (March 16) after putting Presidential Spokesperson Salvador Panelo on the hot seat over President Rodrigo Duterte’s declaration of an enhanced community quarantine over Luzon.
A number of Cabinet members had tested negative for the coronavirus disease (Covid-19), Malacañang bared on Sunday.
Four Cabinet Secretaries who went on self-quarantine have tested negative for the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19), Malacañang said Sunday (March 15).
Five months after going through commuter challenge to prove there is no transport criss, Presidential Spokesperson Salvador Panelo is being dared to prove his latest controversial claim: “Walang namamatay sa gutom. Kahit isang buwan hindi ka pa mamamatay.”
Presidential Spokesperson Salvador Panelo has had enough of the whining from sectors on the problems spawned by President Rodrigo Duterte’s declaration of a month-long quarantine in Metro Manila.
It’s for your own good!
The implementation of a curfew in Metro Manila to contain the spread of 2019 coronavirus disease (Covid-19) will still be subject to President Rodrigo Duterte’s approval, Malacañang said on Saturday.
Malacañang said President Rodrigo Duterte will stay in Metro Manila for at least one month to ensure that all local government units (LGUs) strictly implement “general” community quarantine in their respective jurisdictions from March 15 to April 14.