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The Province of Benguet has recorded six (6) new confirmed cases today (Friday), September 25, 2020. This update was provided by the PIO Benguet earlier this afternoon. Here are more details about the new cases. New Confirmed Cases in Benguet A 38 Years Old, Female From Balili, La Trinidad Asymptomatic A 38 Years Old, Male […]

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Three (3) more areas in Baguio City have been placed on provisional lockdown today (Friday), September 25, 2020, through the Memorandum No.353, Series of 2020 issued by Baguio City Mayor Benjamin Magalong earlier this afternoon. 3 Areas on Lockdown in Baguio City Here are the following areas which are on provisional lockdown until further notice: […]

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In the Facebook post of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) Soccsksargen, they have identified ten of the threatened plants that are commonly poached. Ten Commonly Poached Threatened Plants Here is the list of threatened plants that are commonly poached: Orchids (Dendrobiums, Hoyas, Lady Slippers, Phalaenopsis, Waling-waling) Ferns (Staghorns, Ant ferns, Maidenhairs, Pakpak-lawin, […]

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A woman will soon finally get to meet the moon up close as the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) revealed their plan to land the first woman and the next man on the surface of the Moon in 2024, as part of the Artemis program. It will be the first time NASA will be […]

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The University of Baguio (UB) and the University of Cordilleras (UC) have released an advisory today, September 25, 2020 (Friday) with regards to the emergency maintenance activities that PDLT will be conducting for five days, starting September 26, 2020, until September 30, 2020. UB Advisory In UB’s advisory, the First Grading Examinations are postponed to […]

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To reduce landslide risk in these areas and contribute to the increase of the forest cover of Baguio City, the City Council, on September 21, 2020, has approved the ordinance seeking to identify landslide-prone areas in the city that are feasible for tree-planting. “Tree-planting programs not only prevent landslides but also increase the city’s forest […]

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The Public Information Office (PIO) of the City of Baguio has released the list of Baguio Barangays that is on lockdown as of  10:00 AM today, September 25, 2020 (Friday). Baguio Barangays on Lockdown Here are the barangays under lockdown: Sto. Niño-Slaughter: Whole Barangay (Hard Lockdown) Lourdes Subdivision Extension: Compound No. 63 Lopez Jaena: Purok […]

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It seems that the quarantine period and the stay at home protocol have converted countless individuals into “plantitas” and “plantitos”. A lot in social media have been flexing their potted indoor plants at home or their garden full of a lovely variety of plants. Are you one of the proud newbie “plantitas” or “plantitos” who […]

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According to Memorandum No. 349, series of 2020, lockdown orders over three (3) barangays in Baguio City are lifted immediately. The memorandum was issued yesterday, September 24, 2020 (Thursday), by Mayor Benjamin Magalong. Lifted Lockdown Orders These are the following areas the are no longer on lockdown: Purok 1, Barangay Camp Allen Private Road, Purok […]

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The PLDT has recently released a network advisory informing the public that the company will conduct emergency maintenance activities in one of its international cable systems from September 26, 2020 until September 30, 2020. This announcement has made many Filipinos worry and wonder if their internet connection will be interrupted or if their online classes […]

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