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 Army commander, Lt. Gen. Gilbert Gapay (center), takes a look at one of the new vehicles donated to the Philippine Army by the Armed Forces and Police Mutual Benefit Association Inc. in Fort Bonifacio, Taguig City on Friday (July 10, 2020) / Photo courtesy of the Army Chief Public Affairs Office

PH Army receives new vehicles 

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The nine vehicles donated by the Armed Forces and Police Mutual Benefit Association, Inc. (AFPMBAI) to the Philippine Army (PA) will help the latter further carry out its anti-terrorism and coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19) containment missions.&nb...

Valenzuela conducts 11,000 virus tests

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Valenzuela City said it has conducted 11,000 tests since March. According to city mayor Rex Gatchalian, of the positive cases reported by health officials, around half were frontliners and the other half were non-frontliner citizens. Gatchalian str...

IT-BPM sector continues to hire despite pandemic 

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The information technology and business process management (IT-BPM) continues to open job opportunities amid the pandemic, an industry executive said.   During the Laging Handa briefing Friday, Information Technology and Business Process Associa...

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Employees of Angel’s Burger undergo rapid testing 

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Employees of Angel's Burger in Marikina City were subjected to enhanced targeted testing on July 7, as the local government seeks to ensure that workplaces in the city are free from the new coronavirus. At least 350 employees of Angel’s Burger underwent rapid testing conducted by the City...

San Mateo-Marikina bridge remains closed 

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The San Mateo-Marikina bridge remains closed due to the coronavirus pandemic. According to a report “24 Oras,” Daniel Bustamante’s trips to find a job include going up and down steep and slippery paths on the mountainside and crossing a river. “Hindi naman po pupuwedeng lag...

Marikina businesses asked to hire residents

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Marikina Mayor Marcelino Teodoro encouraged businesses in the city reope­ning under the general community quarantine (GCQ) to hire only residents amid lingering fears over the new coronavirus disease. The measure was one of several drawn up by Teodoro in Executive Order No. 22, or the Health an...

Marikina establishments told to observe protocols  

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Marikina City Mayor Marcelino Teodoro asked business establishments to implement stringent health and safety protocols as the National Capital Region (NCR) transitions to the general community quarantine (GCQ). Teodoro signed Executive Order No. 22, Series of 2020 on Friday, which sets the pro...

Mass testing crucial to economy

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Marikina City Mayor Marcy Teodoro said the real challenge for the local government is to balance biosafety concerns and economic activity. The mayor made the statement on Thursday, saying that mass testing is a must to address the ongoing problem of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). Marikina Ci...

Marikina tests 6,000 tricycle drivers 

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Marikina City Mayor Marcelino "Marcy" Teodoro launched a mass testing of 6,000 tricycle drivers for COVID-19.  "'Yung mga driver natin—hindi naman mandatory at ‘di rin naman kondisyon para makabiyahe—sila ay sina-subject natin, as a matter of precaution, sa...

Marikina employees to undergo Covid-19 testing 

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Marikina Mayor Marcy Teodoro has ordered the conduct of mass testing for coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19) for all employees of private companies who are scheduled to return to work as Metro Manila transitions to a modified enhanced community quarantine (MECQ) beginning Saturday. An initial, 1,00...

Water level in Marikina River ‘manageable’ 

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The water level in Marikina River climbed to 11.8 meters as of 5:40 p.m. as of May 15, as Typhoon “Ambo” brought heavy rains to Metro Manila. Marikina City Mayor Marcelino Teodoro said the water level in the river increased by about one meter after just an hour of the heavy rainfall bro...

Marikina mothers receive face masks, food

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Pinangunahan ng grupong Gabriela ang pamamahagi ng face masks at pagkain sa mga nanay sa Industrial Valley, Marikina nitong, Linggo, Mother's Day. Kasama sa mga namahagi ang grupong Marikina 10 na inaresto noong nakaraang buwan dahil sa pamamahagi ng relief goods sa mga residente ng lungsod. Si...

Parts of Marikina to experience blackout

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Nag-abiso ang Meralco na makararanas ng pansamantalang pagkawala ng kuryente ang ilang lugar sa Marikina City sa Martes, Mayo 12. Mula 12:01 ng hatinggabi hanggang alas-5 ng madaling araw, magkaka-power interruption sa bahagi ng I. Mendoza Street mula E. Dela Paz Street hanggang Munding Avenue sa m...

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