The nomination for the Outstanding Citizens of Baguio for 2020 will end on June 15 as announced by the Society of Outstanding Citizens of Baguio (SOCOB) and the City Government of Baguio.  What is SOCOB? It is the organization of awardees of the annual Search for Outstanding Citizens of Baguio. What is Search for Outstanding […]

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To secure the safety of the people against the Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19), the Provincial Government of Mountain Province announced yesterday the cancellation of the 16th Lang-ay Festival, the annual cultural festival held in Bontoc, Mt. Province. Who issued the Cancellation? Mountain Province Provincial Health Board made a resolution last February 20 requesting the Lang-ay Festival […]

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The Philippine Government temporarily banned Filipino tourists from traveling to South Korea due to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak in the country. Travel Ban Exemption According to Presidential Spokesperson Salvador Panelo, Filipinos who can travel to South Korea are: Overseas Filipino Workers (OFW) returning for work. Students Permanent Residents of South Korea The exemptions listed […]

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In celebration of Rabies Awareness Month this March, the City Veterinary Office will provide free rabies vaccination for dogs and cats in different barangays in Baguio City. According to Veterinarian III Gladys C. Bantog, DVM of the City Veterinary Office, they already visited other barangays for the rabies vaccination. The free rabies vaccination will be […]

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The City Council of Baguio approved the ordinance mandating all fitness trainers or instructors to undergo first aid training and related courses conducted by the Philippine National Red Cross (PNRC) or any concerned government agency. Councilor Joel Alangsab authored the ordinance and was approved during its third and final reading. Required Establishments to Follow the […]

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Baguio Mayor Benjamin Magalong approved the request of the Baguio Flower Festival Foundation, Inc. (BFFI) Chief of Staff Evangeline Payno and Baguio Bloom Exposition and Exhibition Committee Chairman Frederico Alquiros to extend the ongoing Baguio Blooms Exposition and Exhibition at the Baguio Convention Center grounds until April 15, 2020. The event was originally set to […]

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Ampucao, Itogon Barangay Captain Eddie Amuasen issued an advisory suspending all ecotourism activities at Mt. Ulap until further notice starting last Saturday, February 22, 2020. The indefinite suspension, according to the advisory, has been decided upon by the barangay’s LGU in response to the World Health Organization’s (WHO) declaration of the Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) outbreak […]

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The City Government of Baguio approved the ordinance prohibiting the sale of wet wipes and other similar baby products with harmful ingredients in the City of Baguio. The ordinance was authored by Vice Mayor Faustino Olowan and was signed by Mayor Benjamin Magalong last January 28, 2020. 6 Wet Wipes that are Banned The brands […]

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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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