Wednesday, December 2, 2020
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Mayor Labella: Border Control Order For Travelers From Other Provinces

Mayor Edgardo Labella clarifies that the executive order he issued on Monday night applies only to individuals who are traveling to the capital city via airports and seaports originating from other provinces.

Mayor Gilbert Contracts Coronavirus

Mayor Gilbert Go of Giporlos, Eastern Samar has tested positive for the COVID-19.

Mayor Labella Bans Caroling, Christmas Party Amid COVID-19 Crisis

According to Labella, caroling organized by groups would invite crowds, making people vulnerable to COVID-19 transmission.

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.”

Mayor Labella: Cebu City Youth, Seniors Not To Abuse Relaxed IATF Rules

“I appeal to our 15 and 65 year olds, although the IATF allowed you to go out but please no do not abuse the the kind of liberality and relaxation.”

Mayor Evelio Leads Push For Full Devolution Of Powers To LGUs

Mayor Evelio Leonardia has underscored the significance of capacitating cities towards national development as he expressed support for the full devolution of powers to local government units in two years.

Mayor Ahong: Allow Elderlies, Minors To Go Out For ‘Vacation’

Are we ready to face the effects going on a vacation this pandemic?

Mayor Evelio Sets Mandatory COVID-19 Testing For Market Vendors

Mayor Evelio Leonardia issues Executive Order 66 for the conduct of mandatory COVID-19 surveillance testing for vendors in the city’s three major public markets.

Labella Welcomes Another Monthlong MGCQ

Cebu City extends its MGCQ status for one more month.

Mayor Labella Releases Video On Protocols Vs. COVID-19

The video features millennial twins singing the song 'Igsuon Ko'!

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Duque: Physical Classes May Be Allowed In COVID-Free, Low Risk Areas

Paano nga ba masasabing handa na ang isang lugar para sa face-to-face classes?

SC Confirms Chief Justice’s Plan To Retire Early

Chief Justice Diosdado Peralta is considering to bow out of the service a year ahead of his mandatory retirement.

Roque: Restrictions Still Tight Despite Allowing Minors In Malls

Malacañang on Tuesday said restrictions are still “tight” despite the reopening of the economy, including the decision to allow minors to enter shopping malls as long as they are accompanied by their parents.

House OKs AMLA Amendments On Final Reading

The House of Representatives has approved on final reading a bill strengthening the country's anti-money laundering law.

Mayor Zamora Assures Health Protocols In Place During Holidays

The San Juan City government urges its residents to continue observing precautionary measures, safety, and hygiene protocols during the holiday season.
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