The Case Study A recent study has shown the possibility of a person can carry and transmit the COVID-19 virus even without showing signs and symptoms. In a research letter published by several Chinese Doctors with Dr. Meiyun Wang as the corresponding author, they have discovered concrete evidence of a person able to transfer the […]

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Choosing among hotels in Baguio has never been easier now that people can review and make recommendations about them online. And to make things even better and to give you a clearer idea, we’ve decided to shortlist the hotels by giving you the best based on reviews on Google. Choosing the Top 8 Hotels in […]

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Two leading real estate development companies in the Philippines are offering to work on the master redevelopment plan of the Baguio City Public Market. Baguio City Public Market Master Redevelopment Plan The objective of this multi-billion project is to modernize the city’s public market which can be generally considered a huge part of the city’s […]

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Just when you thought that the coldness of weather here in the City of Pines has already reached its peak, just today, February 21, 2020, the weather dropped again and even dropped lower than the previous temperatures recorded. The lowest temperature in Baguio that has been recorded today is 9.4°C. With cold weather like today, […]

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ATOK, BENGUET – Mayor Raymundo S. Sarac of Atok has issued Executive Order No. 09-2020, “An order Lifting Up the Temporary Suspension on Tourism Activities and adopting precautionary measures relative to the continuity of tourism activities in the Municipality of Atok, Benguet.”  Due to COVID-2019 scare, the tourism activities in Atok was temporarily suspended under […]

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Mother nature finally did it! Baguio City just experienced the coldest temperature (just yet this 2020) today, February 21, 2020. According to Engr. Larry Esperanza of Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA-BAGUIO), the temperature dropped to 9.4 °C as of 6 o’clock this morning. The lowest temperature today is definitely even lower than […]

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This week’s Stories in Photos theme is “Night” Photos are posted with permission from the owners. All photographs are subject to copyright and may not be used without consent. Blue Night Red Night Rush Hour Night at Burnham Lake River of Lights When dusk settles Awake even at night City Hall at Night Night shenanigans […]

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Starting February 24, 2020, the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) will be implementing a Php 0.50 fare increase for Public Utility Jeepneys (PUJs) in the Cordillera Administrative Region. This is after signing Board Resolution no. 003 s. 2020 last January 30, 2020. According to LTFRB-CAR OIC-Regional Director Eng. Lalaine Sobremonte, the fare increase […]

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“First Come, First Served” Policy is now mandatory in Baguio City after Mayor Benjamin Magalong approved the changes of the City Ordinance No. 22, Series of 2019, Amending City Ordinance No.25, Series of 1990, authored by Councilor Joel Alangsab.  Instances the First Come First Served Policy in Baguio is Applied In the amended ordinance, it […]

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Major universities in Baguio City have proven once again that it is certainly the Center of Education in the North and one of the best places to study in the country as they made it to the 2020 Top 200 Colleges and Universities in the Philippines by Webometrics. What is Webometrics Ranking of World Universities […]

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