Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte has lauded Russia's efforts to develop a coronavirus vaccine and is willing to participate in trials, as he welcomed a supply offer from Moscow that he expects will be free of charge.
Frontline healthcare workers feeling the strain of attending to still-increasing COVID-19 patients are urging the government to reimpose strict movement restrictions in Metro Manila and its nearby regions for two weeks.
President Rodrigo Dutete assured the public that his government has plans in place to acquire COVID-19 vaccines as soon as these have passed clinical trials and approval by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) of the respective countries where they are being developed.
The solar powered treatment plant is one of the geo-engineering interventions for cleaning up the waters of the bay. It can clean up 500,000 liters of dirty water daily from the outfalls of Padre Faura, Remedios, and Estero de San Antonio Abad – the areas notorious for high counts of fecal coliform bacteria.
A member of the Legislative Assembly of Manitoba Cindy Lamoureaux, greeted the Iglesia Ni Cristo (Church Of Christ) on its 106th year, observing how the Church had become a “worldwide organization” that has made an impact around the world.
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Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte on Tuesday kept partial restrictions in the capital for another two weeks as he tries to contain the spread of the new coronavirus while reducing the pandemic's economic damage.