President Rodrigo Duterte will announce the new quarantine classifications for January in the last week of December, his spokesman said Monday.
Malacañang denied reports about possible changes to the current quarantine classifications this month.
Staying in the province during quarantine gave Sorsorgon first lady Heart Evangelista-Escudero adventures in ukay-ukay shops. Here are her fab finds!
Staycations are now allowed in hotels in areas under general community quarantine, Malacañang announced Monday.
Before Sen. Bong Revilla tested positive for COVID-19, Cavite Rep. Strike Revilla was with him. They were together as a family to mark the 40th day of their father’s death.
On the day former Marikina Rep. Miro Quimbo first saw Stella, he told her friend, “Yan ang mapapangasawa ko.”
Most parts of the Philippines will be under relaxed quarantine until the end of August, except for Metro Manila and four other provinces with stricter lockdowns, Malacañang said Saturday.
Most parts of the Philippines will be under relaxed quarantine until the end of August, except for Metro Manila and four other provinces with stricter lockdowns, Malacañang said Saturday (August 15).
President Rodrigo Duterte approved late Sunday the recommendation of the Cabinet to place Metro Manila and several nearby provinces under modified enhanced community quarantine (MECQ) from August 4 to 18.
Brazil’s first lady Michelle Bolsonaro tested positive for the new coronavirus Thursday, the government said, after her husband spent two weeks in quarantine with it.
President Rodrigo Duterte has approved limited face-to-face classes in areas under low-risk modified general community quarantine staring January, Malacañang said Tuesday.
Malacañang has thumbed down the suggestion of Department of the Interior and Local Government Undersecretary Martin Diño to hold a “shame campaign” against coronavirus patients who refuse to undergo quarantine in government isolation facilities.
Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) chief-of-staff Gen. Felimon Santos Jr. on Thursday said he also tested negative for the coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19).
Philippine police are being deployed to ensure people who test positive for the coronavirus and cannot self-isolate at home are taken to state-run quarantine centres, sparking warnings Wednesday of potential rights violations.
The government now discourages home-based quarantine for coronavirus (Covid-19) patients, according to Cabinet Secretary Karlo Nograles.
A diet of native food, weekend biking, and regular sessions on the treadmill. These are part of Sen. Panfilo Lacson’s routine in staying fit during the time of COVID.
The Supreme Court (SC) said on Thursday (June 25) the two courts in Taguig City will remain on lockdown until July 1.
Malacañang on Tuesday said it understands the sentiments expressed by 43 percent of Filipinos who expect their lives to worsen in the next 12 months.
The Inter-Agency Task Force (IATF) on Emerging Infectious Diseases has approved the recalibration of current parameters on quarantine classifications.
Senator Richard Gordon has reiterated his call for the country’s transportation officials to open up the Subic Bay International Airport and divert flights of overseas Filipino workers there to facilitate their testing so they can immediately come home to their respective provinces.
Foreign Affairs Secretary Teodoro “Teddyboy” Locsin Jr. said resilience isn’t an excuse to treat Filipinos badly after a female overseas worker committed suicide aboard a cruise ship docked in Barbados.
The Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA) is reportedly squeezing hotel owners for money even as they struggle to remain afloat amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Court Administrator Jose Midas Marquez advised courts that they may continue to conduct the videoconferencing hearings now that the government has eased quarantine restrictions in the country.
Governor Jonvic Remulla gives a set of new rules as he reopens mall in Cavite. This includes turning the PA system off and banning Jose Mari Chan songs.