More than 700 people got Sinovac vaccines

More than 700 people got Sinovac vaccines

A total of 756 people got inoculated with the first dose of Sinovac’s coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19) vaccine on the first day of the Philippines’ vaccination program, according to Health Undersecretary Maria Rosario Vergeire.

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Sinovac vaccines now in Marikina storage facility

The 600,000 doses of Covid-19 vaccines from Sinovac has reached the MetroPac Movers Inc. facility in Barangay Concepcion Uno in Marikina City where they will be secured first before being distributed to hospitals.

How close are we to midnight?

We remain locked down in our homes while the Executive and Congress run berserk to railroad all sorts of laws that deprive us of our basic rights and liberties, and our basic dignity as human beings. This goes against the natural order of things.

‘Tokhang’ against NPA

The government’s “red-tagging” has gone beyond social media as it goes into physical action in the northern Cordillera region, one of the known hotbeds of the five-decade-old Communist insurgency in the country.Last week, officials from various government agencies in...

SHIT in the time of COVID

The following was forwarded to me, and instead of trashing it because of its title and its unknown origin (although its references are mostly Christian), I gave it a chance—and I am thankful I did.

Again, the issue on the Separation of Church and State

The Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines (CBCP) came out with A Pastoral Letter and A Call to Prayer on July 16 appealing to the Filipinos to pray for the country because of the threat of abuses to freedom due to the signing of the Anti-Terrorism Law on July 3.

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PNP and PDEA team up to burn marijuana plants

In spite of the recent shootout in Quezon City between agents of the Philippine National Police (PNP) and the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA), the two law enforcement agencies teamed up to burn marijuana plants estimated at P8-million in Tingalayan, Kalinga last Thursday.  

‘BLACKPINK: Light Up The Sky’: When idols become humans

‘BLACKPINK: Light Up The Sky’: When idols become humans

There’s a heap of behind-the-scenes footage, including demo recordings, pre-debut performances and childhood videos which accompany each member’s introduction in the docu. The members, who hail from Thailand, New Zealand, Australia and Korea, talked about the tough decision they had to make before signing up as trainees. Suh’s emphasis on individuality in the film made it hit home.

The difference between DND Secretary Lorenzana and Lt. Gen. Parlade

As our government focuses its efforts on anti-terrorism campaigns two high ranking members of our Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) have come under the microscope due to their actions, for very different reasons.Department of National Defense (DND) Secretary...

Aldin Ayo makes coaching return, this time in 3×3 basketball

By Months after being banned indefinitely from coaching in the UAAP, Aldin Ayo was tapped to coach the Chooks-to-Go Pilipinas team that will represent the Philippines in international FIBA 3x3 basketball tournaments."I'm very grateful because for me, this will bring...

Palace wary of ‘witch hunts’ in SEA Games probe

“The 30th SEA Games showcased not only our local athletes at their best but also demonstrated our successful hosting of a world-class sporting event. Let us, therefore, not dishonor the men and women who gave honor and glory to the country by engaging in political innuendos and witch hunts,” Palace spokesman Harry Roque said in a statement.