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Executive Watch

Usec. Paje: DSWD Prepared If Lawmakers Push For SAP 3

DSWD said it is prepared in case lawmakers decide to forward the third batch of emergency subsidy to low-income families who were affected by COVID-19.

Galvez: One Hospital Command Center To Reduce COVID-19 Death Rate

The government will intensify its efforts in reducing the mortality rate of COVID-19 patients by establishing the "One Hospital Command” system.

Spox. Roque: Palace Distances From Proposal To Regulate Socmed Under Anti-Terror Law

“Opinyon po ‘yan si Gen. Gapay. Binasa ko naman po ang anti-terror law, wala pong probisyon dun na magagamit laban sa social media."

Pres. Duterte Stance Remains ‘Friend To All, Enemy To None’

Roque assures the country that PRRD continues to conform to the “friend to all, enemy to none” independent foreign policy by avoiding tensions with other countries.

Sec. De La Peña: Social Science Policies Needed To Address Impact Of COVID-19

"When we say science-based, it is not only the mathematical sciences or the physical sciences that we are talking about, but science that includes the social science aspects."

Sec. Lopez: Gov’t Considers Tax Perks For Firms Maintaining Workforce

The government shares that is studying to provide tax incentives to companies that would maintain the number of their workforce amid the pandemic.

VP Leni Resumes Free Shuttle Service For Health Worker And Frontliners

The Office of VP Leni resumes its Free Shuttle Service for health workers and frontliners as Metro Manila reverts to the MECQ status.

Usec. Paje: Only 14.1M Families Eligible For SAP 2 Aid

From the initial number of 17 million beneficiaries, DSWD has trimmed it down to 14.1 million due to various reasons.

Spox. Roque: Palace Distances From Proposal To Regulate Socmed Under Anti-Terror Law

“Opinyon po ‘yan si Gen. Gapay. Binasa ko naman po ang anti-terror law, wala pong probisyon dun na magagamit laban sa social media."

Sec. Año: Quarantine Passes ‘Required’ In Areas Reverted To MECQ

Quarantine passes are required anew following the reversion of other areas to MECQ.

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Usec. Paje: DSWD Prepared If Lawmakers Push For SAP 3

DSWD said it is prepared in case lawmakers decide to forward the third batch of emergency subsidy to low-income families who were affected by COVID-19.

Galvez: One Hospital Command Center To Reduce COVID-19 Death Rate

The government will intensify its efforts in reducing the mortality rate of COVID-19 patients by establishing the "One Hospital Command” system.

Guv. Garcia: Cebu Allots P105-M To Help Pandemic-Affected MSMEs

Cebu City is allotting PHP105 million to provide financial assistance to distressed MSMEs affected by the pandemic.

Mayor Isko Allots P200-M For COVID-19 Vaccine Once Available

Mayor Isko signs an ordinance allocating PHP200 million for the immediate procurement of COVID-19 vaccines for all Manileños.

Sen. Gatchalian: Ensure Learners With Disabilities’ Access To Health Care Services

Gatchalian urges DepEd to ensure that learners with disabilities continue to receive access to therapies and other health care and rehabilitation services.
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