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OFW recovers from Delta variant, returns home to QC

account_balanceQuezon City access_time4 days ago

A returning Overseas Filipino Worker (OFW) from Saudi Arabia who is also a resident of Quezon City had tested positive for the Covid-19 Delta variant. The 34-year old male OFW arrived on June 24, and stayed in a hotel in Makati for 10 days before tr...

Duterte to fulfill his promise on ending labor contractualization

account_balanceMetro Manila access_time4 days ago

President Rodrigo Duterte never disregarded his campaign promise to end the practice of labor contractualization, Malacañang said in a report by Philippine News Agency. Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque echoed the statement made by Labor ...

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Paranaque mayor inspects burnt warehouse 

account_balanceParañaque access_time4 days ago

Personal na nag inspeksyon si Parañaque City Mayor Edwin L. Olivarez sa SM Warehouse, sa C5 Extension, Barangay La Huerta kasama ang pamunuan ng SM Warehouse, CENRO sa pamumuno ni Mr. Bernie Amurao at Bureau of Fire Protection - Parañaq...

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Over Marikina 3,000 families evacuate

access_timeJuly 24, 2021 loyalty

About 3,077 families living in communities near the Marikina River evacuated on Saturday as the river's water level continued to rise due to the heavy monsoon rains, the National Disaster Risk Red...

Marikina provides free medicines to indigents

access_timeJuly 13, 2021 loyalty

A free health care service program was launched in Marikina City on July 12, providing free medicines and house-to-house medical check-up to indigent bedridden individuals, according to a report by Ma...

Marikina mayor lists prerequisites for MGCQ

access_timeJune 11, 2021 loyalty

Three prerequisites should be met before the National Capital Region- Plus (NCR-Plus) can shift to a less restrictive quarantine status, Marikina City Mayor Marcelino “Marcy” Teodoro said ...

Marikina awaits vaccines for essential workers

access_timeJune 09, 2021 loyalty

Marikina has yet to begin its A4 vaccination as the city is still waiting for the vaccine allocation for the said priority group, Mayor Marcy Teorro said in a report by Manila Bulletin. Teodoro, in a...

Marikina hires 12 doctors, 9 nurses for vaccination campaign

access_timeMay 31, 2021 loyalty

The Marikina City government has hired more doctors and nurses to increase its vaccination capability against the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), according to a report by Manila Bulletin. Mayor Marce...

Marikina signs deal with Angel's Burger for vaccine procurement 

access_timeMay 29, 2021 loyalty

In a bid to vaccinate workers in the city to revive the local economy, the city government of Marikina has inked a memorandum of agreement (MOA) with a homegrown private company in the city, according...

DOH recognizes Marikina for ideal vaccination facility 

access_timeMay 20, 2021 loyalty

Marikina City’s Pfizer COVID-19 facility was lauded by the Department of Health (DOH) for being ideal for the temperature-sensitive vaccine, according to a report by Manila Bulletin. The fully ...

Marikina eyes house-to-house vaccination 

access_timeApril 27, 2021 loyalty

Marikina City will hold house-to-house vaccination for bedridden senior citizens who cannot go to the city’s vaccination sites, according to a report by Manila Bulletin. Mayor Marcy Teodoro sai...

Marikina mayor pushes for reopening of economy 

access_timeApril 27, 2021 loyalty

Marikina Mayor Marcy Teodoro said Metro Manila cannot afford to stay under the Modified Enhanced Community Quarantine (MECQ) for a long period of time, saying there is already a need to re-open &ldquo...

4,920 Marikina frontliners get vaccines

access_timeMarch 26, 2021 loyalty

A total of 4,920 medical frontliners in Marikina City received coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19) vaccines, Mayor Marcelino "Marcy" Teodoro said in a report by Philippine News Agency. ...

Marikina hospital's Covid ward hits full capacity 

access_timeMarch 22, 2021 loyalty

Amang Rodriguez Memorial Medical Center in Marikina declared full capacity of its allocated COVID-19 beds on March 22, according to a report by Manila Bulletin. In an interview with DZMM Teleradyo, D...

Marikina mayor asks gov’t to expand capacity of healthcare system 

access_timeMarch 22, 2021 loyalty

Marikina Mayor Marcy Teodoro asked the national government to “further increase” the capacity of the national healthcare system amid the rising number of COVID-19 cases in the country, acc...

Marikina mayor worried over limited vaccine supply 

access_timeMarch 12, 2021 loyalty

The mayor of Marikina City is flagging the country’s tight stock of COVID-19 vaccine doses at present and how this hampers inoculation efforts as well as the public’s ability to choose whe...

Health workers priority in vaccination

access_timeMarch 03, 2021 loyalty

Only a few minutes before Marikina City Mayor Marcy Teodoro was administered with COVID-19 vaccine, he was halted by the Department of Health (DOH) as it insisted that health workers should be priorit...

Marikina health workers refuse Sinovac vaccines

access_timeMarch 03, 2021 loyalty

Hundreds of health workers in Marikina City backed out from vaccination upon learning that they will be receiving Sinovac’s CoronaVac, Mayor Marcelino “Marcy” Teodoro said in a repor...

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