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Recent articles by Vivienne:

How businesses will adapt to the new normal?

Companies have opted for alternative work arrangements, as government lockdown measures in Metro Manila will be eased to a general quarantine starting Monday, → Read More

DOLE's emergency jobs program may need up to P15 billion funding, Bello says

The Department of Labor and Employment plans to provide minimum wage jobs to workers in the informal sector for 3 to 6 months under the 'Tulong Panghanapbuhay sa Ating Disadvantaged/ Displaced Workers' (TUPAD) program. → Read More

House panel approves committee report on 35-hour work week proposal

A proposal to reduce the weekly work schedule for employees in the private sector was approved by the House Committee on Labor and Employment on Wednesday. → Read More

PH arena to be first testing site with COVID-19 lab: official

The Philippine Arena coronavirus testing center will also house a laboratory, an official said Wednesday as government sought to ramp up testing ahead of the arrival of some 42,000 Filipino migrant workers. → Read More

COVID-19 quarantine facility in Muntinlupa City to open next week

A quarantine facility for mild and asymptomatic coronavirus disease patients in southern Metro Manila is set to open next week, officials said, with its management turned over to the Bureau of Fire Protection. → Read More

Gov't converts shipping containers into quarantine facility at CCP

Government has converted shipping containers into quarantine facilities for health workers and suspected COVID-19 patients, the Department of Public Works and Highways said Monday. → Read More

MOA Arena converted to mega swab center; 1,000 tests per day eyed

What used to house concerts and huge events has become the Philippine capital region's third mega swabbing center, as the government chased its coronavirus disease (COVID-19) testing target. → Read More

Global supply shortage of coronavirus testing components hampers PH efforts: DOH

Shortage in the global supply of some components for COVID-19 testing hampers efforts to ramp up testing capacity, the Department of Health said Friday. → Read More

Philippines opens swabbing centers as it eyes 30,000 daily coronavirus tests by end of May

The Philippines is opening massive swabbing centers as it prepares to ramp up coronavirus testing to 30,000 per day by the end of the month, government officials said Tuesday. → Read More

Philippines to buy additional COVID-19 test kits, Galvez says

The Philippines will procure close to 3 million additional COVID-19 test kits, as the country begins targeted mass testing for the disease, a government official said Tuesday. → Read More

Philippines has yet to reach COVID-19 peak, says gov't task force

MANILA -- Three weeks since the implementation of the enhanced community quarantine in Luzon, the Philippines has yet to reach the peak of the COVID-19 outbreak, according to the National Task Force against COVID-19, citing studies conducted by the University of the Philippines and John Hopkins University. → Read More

Gov't agencies to sign joint circular on emergency subsidy for low income families

The measure seeks to help defray the expenses of low income families amid the enhanced community quarantine implemented by the government to contain the fast spread of the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). → Read More

Demand for vitamin C, multivitamins soar as coronavirus cases rise

Demand for vitamin C more than doubled since the Philippines recorded its first case of the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). → Read More

Bello: DOLE, employers to discuss hazard pay for workers amid COVID-19 crisis

The Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) will discuss with employers and other concerned sectors the possibility of mandating hazard pay for workers in the private sector, according to its chief Tuesday. → Read More

Gov't assures stable pork supply as hog raisers reel over P80B swine fever losses

The country has sufficient supplies of pork despite the impact of African swine fever n the Philippines' hog raising industry, the Agriculture Department said on Monday. → Read More

Duterte: Big law firm may be behind 'onerous' contracts of water concessionaires

MANILA - A big law firm may be behind the “onerous” contracts between the government and water concessionaires, President Rodrigo Duterte said Wednesday. → Read More

Virus outbreak unlikely to cause recession: economic managers

Philippine economic managers on Thursday said the economy remained robust and the outbreak of the novel coronavirus was unlikely to cause a recession. → Read More

Animals rescued in areas affected by Taal eruption suffer eye, skin irritation

Some animals rescued from areas affected by the eruption of Taal Volcano are suffering from irritated eyes, skin, and colds due to the ash being spewed by the volcano since Sunday. → Read More

DOH belies alleged SARS case in Metro Manila

MANILA - The Department of Health on Tuesday tagged as “fake” a circulating message regarding a supposed case of Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) at a health clinic in Metro Manila. → Read More

'Hanapin natin ‘yung saysay natin': What Robredo tells young leaders amid flak

“Hanapin natin ‘yung saysay natin. Kasi ‘yung saysay natin is so much more than the negativity around us. ‘Yung vaue natin is so much more than lahat who are trying to put us down.' → Read More