Tuesday, December 1, 2020
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Galvez Recommends GCQ For Davao City

National Task Force COVID-19 chief implementer, Secretary Carlito Galvez recommends to place Davao City under general community quarantine.

Guv. Catamco Backs MinDA’s Mindanao River Basin Project

North Cotabato Governor Nancy Catamco has welcomed the proposed Mindanao River Basin Project by the Mindanao Development Authority to address the recurring flood problem in the province and the 220,000-hectare Liguasan marsh.

Mayor Ronnel Looks Forward To More Relaxed MGCQ Status

According to Mayor Ronnel Rivera, they are now studying such option as they continue to look at necessary control measures amid the continuing clustering and local transmission of COVID-19.

Mayor Sara Imposes Earlier Curfew Hours, Liquor Ban

Curfew hours in Davao are now observed from 7 p.m. to 5 a.m. everyday beginning October 15 until December 31 this year.

Mayor Evangelista To Enforce Ban On Visits To Cemeteries

Mayor Joseph Evangelista says that police teams will be deployed in cemeteries to prohibit people from visiting to commemorate All Souls’ Day on November 2.

Bautista: 2.9M Indigent Seniors Receive Gov’t Aid

DSWD Secretary Rolando Bautista says they have so far provided assistance to some 2,907,520 indigent senior citizens this year.

Iqbal Hopes For More Enrollees

The top education official of BARMM expresses optimism that the number of public school enrollees will increase as school days under the "new normal" continue.

Mayor Matugas Orders Closure Of Cemeteries During ‘Undas’

Public and private cemeteries in Surigao City will be closed from October 31 to November 2.

Mayor Sara Mulls Disclosure Of COVID-19 Patients’ Exposure History

“This is for people to either do not go or take extra precaution when they go there. There is a discussion that it would be good that we can say where the particular place is so the people would take it slow.”

Mayor Sara: Beerhouses Can’t Serve Liquor Despite Ban Lifting

Beerhouses in Davao are still not allowed to serve liquor to customers despite the lifting of the liquor ban on September 21.

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Mayor Isko To Youth: Stay ‘Vigilant’ And ‘Critical’ Of National Issues

Manila Mayor Francisco “Isko Moreno” Domagoso encouraged the youth to remain "vigilant" and "critical" of the government and national issues.

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Tugade Leads DOTr Team’s Inspection Of Seaports, Airports

The Department of Transportation conducts a series of inspections of seaports and airports in the provinces of Samar, Cebu, Aklan including the cities of Tacloban and Dumaguete.

Gatchalian Mulls Law Providing Learners Laptop, Internet access

Senator Sherwin Gatchalian eyes introducing legislation that will give every public school learner a laptop and access to the internet.
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