Did you know that a succulent with “see-through” leaves actually exists? It is called the Haworthia Cooperi which originated in Easter Cape Province, South Africa. What is Haworthia Cooperi? The Green and Vibrant website described Haworthia Cooperi as a small succulent with densely packed fleshy blue-green leaves which form a rosette shape. It’s a succulent […]

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Buses Going In and Out of Baguio City Still Prohibited During the UGNAYAN at the Baguio City Hall yesterday, May 21, 2020, the status of public transportation in Baguio City under General Community Quarantine (GCQ) have also been discussed. Public Transportation in Baguio City under GCQ According to Mayor Benjamin Magalong, only about 10% of […]

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During the special COVID-19 meeting in Baguio City with national Anti-COVID action plan chief implementer Carlito Galvez, Jr. yesterday, May 21, 2020, he said that the city needs at least 3 Molecular Laboratories. This is in addition to Baguio City General Hospital Medical Center (BGHMC), which is an accredited sub-national testing laboratory for COVID-19 in […]

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Female Cadet Tops PMA Class 2020, 3 Cordillerans Also in Top 10 A female cadet from Echague, Isabela, Cadet First Class Gemalyn Sugui, is graduating as number 1 among the 196 graduates of the Philippine Military Academy (PMA) “MASIDLAWIN” Class of 2020. This announcement has been published on Facebook by the PMA Public Affairs Office […]

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As several sectors resume with operations under General Community Quarantine (GCQ) in Baguio City, the local government has released guidelines for employees who need to travel between regions for work purposes. The said guidelines set by the local government covers both resident and non-resident workers of Baguio City. Baguio City Guidelines for Outgoing Workers Outgoing […]

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Now that Baguio City is under General Community Quarantine (GCQ), there are sectors that have been allowed to resume their operations. As such, the city government has released guidelines for incoming workers who are employed in Baguio City but reside in other provinces. Guidelines for Non-Resident Workers Entering Baguio City In order to be granted […]

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The city government, through the Public Information Office-City of Baguio (PIO-Baguio), has announced that the policy on allowing “angkas” in Baguio under GCQ has been withdrawn. Angkas Not Allowed in Baguio City under GCQ According to a Facebook post by PIO-Baguio,  this has been decided upon because angkas is strictly prohibited by the National Inter-Agency […]

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UPDATE AS OF June 21, 2020 The city of Baguio, through the Public Information Office,  has released an advisory regarding the issuance of Travel Authority for indispensable travel yesterday, June 21, 2020. Travel Authority for Indispensable Travel According to PIO-Baguio, this advisory is applicable to those going out of Baguio City for essential travels particularly […]

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Albay Representative and Chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee Joey Salceda filed House Bill 6765  or the Digital Economy Taxation Act of 2020 to generate a revenue of an estimated P29.1 billion to fill the loss caused by the COVID-19. Digital Economy Taxation Act of 2020  Salceda’s Digital Economy Taxation Bill aims to […]

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GCQ Guidelines and Requirements for Construction Companies in Baguio City As the General Community Quarantine Transition Plan of the City of Baguio has been released together with Executive Order No. 89 Series of 2020, guidelines have also been laid out for implementation by sectors that will be allowed under GCQ. Included in these guidelines are […]

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