Tuesday, October 27, 2020
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The Cabinet

Dar: Agri Modernization Key To Surviving Pandemic

Agriculture Secretary William Dar leads the harvesting of the different varieties of hybrid rice inside the 100-hectare demonstration farm of the Department of Agriculture in Caraga in Barangay Lemon.

Bello: 4K OFWs Stranded Due To PhilHealth Issue With PRC

“So the sooner this issue of payment is resolved the better for our OFWs and the better for the finances of our government that’s a big problem.”

Nograles: IATF Studying Calls To Relax Inbound Travel Policies

Cabinet Secretary Karlo Nograles announces that they are now studying policies easing inbound travel restrictions.

Bello: DOLE Eyes Europe As Potential New Market For Displaced OFWs

The government is looking at Europe as an alternative market for displaced overseas Filipino workers.

Vergeire Reports 85% Recovery Rate From COVID-19

The Department of Health announces that the number of patients infected with COVID-19 continues to improve, reporting an average of around 2,200 cases every day nationwide.

Guevarra: Shorter Curfew Hours May Be Tackled In Next IATF Meet

GUEVARRA: "It may be discussed at the IATF meeting on Thursday. This issue on curfew hours should be taken up in relation to other measures, such as allowing more business categories to open, as well as increasing transport capacity."

PRRD Cabinet Approves ‘One-Seat-Apart’ Policy In Public Transport

President Rodrigo Duterte's Cabinet approves a one-seat-apart policy for public transport.

Bello: Companies May Delay Grant Of 13th Month Pay This Year

The much-anticipated 13th month pay might be delayed!

Vergeire: P1-B Nearly Expired Medicines Distributed Already

In a press release, the DOH said the COA report that presented PHP2.2 billion worth of either expired, nearly expired, overstocked, and slow-moving “has been taken out of context”.

Asec. Libiran: DOTr Looks For New Provider Of Cheaper Beep Card

In a statement, Libiran noted AF Payment Inc.’s offer to give away 125,000 Beep cards for free but the department is still opening doors for other payment providers that would not impose additional fees on Beep card users.

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Lorenzana Thanks Australia’s Support To PH COVID-19 Efforts

Department of National Defense Secretary Delfin Lorenzana thanks the Australian government for its continued support to the country's efforts to contain the COVID-19.

Mayor Treñas: Ilonggos Rejoice Over Mateo’s Miss Universe PH Victory

“The Ilonggo community is truly proud of her achievement. She is an epitome that Iloilo City can truly level-up and rise above challenges during these times.”

Roque: Palace Leaves SEA Games Probe To House Panel

Malacañang is leaving to the discretion of a House of Representatives panel whether it would investigate alleged corruption and irregularities in the use of government funds during the 30th Southeast Asian Games which the Philippines hosted in 2019.

Hontiveros Files Resolution For The ‘World Day Of The Poor’ On Nov. 15

"Ngayong nasa gitna tayo ng krisis, mas marami ang nagugutom at naghihirap. We can't turn a blind eye to them. Now, more than ever, we need to sustain our compassion to help the poor and reach out to them. Bilang lingkod ng bayan, huwag natin silang kalimutan. Huwag natin silang pabayaan at patuloy tayong magsilbi para sa kanila gaya ng ating sinumpaan."

VP Leni, USAID, PBEd Team Up To Provide Training To Unemployed And Out-Of-School Youth

The Office of the Vice President, the United States Agency for International Development, and Philippine Business for Education has launched a P17-million partnership to support free technical-vocational skills and employability training for at least 1,000 unemployed and out-of-school youth in the country.
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