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Several of the active cases in the City of Baguio had attended drinking sessions, shared eating utensils with companions, and had engaged in prolonged unnecessary social gatherings. Some also were not able to observe proper social distancing. Two (2) of the recent clusterings of cases in Baguio City were even caused by the unbridled drinking […]

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As Baguio City will open for tourists from Region 1, the Philippine Military Academy (PMA) is exempted from the list of tourist destinations the tourists are allowed to visit. This was after Baguio City Mayor Benjamin Magalong had approved the request of Commandant Brigadier General Romeo Brawner Jr. to exempt PMA from one of the […]

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At the Ujung Kulon National Park, Banten Province in Indonesia, two extremely rare Javan Rhinoceros calves, one female and one male, have been spotted. The two calves were seen with their mothers from the monitoring results of almost a hundred camera traps installed at the Indonesian park between March and August. This was announced by […]

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Twenty-one (21) barangays in Baguio City on lockdown as of 7:00 AM today (Tuesday), September 22, 2020. This update was provided by the Public Information Office of the City of Baguio earlier this morning. See below if your barangay is among the areas on lockdown today. Barangays on Lockdown Today Lourdes Subd. Extension: Purok 1, […]

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As the contact tracing and expanded testing efforts continue, the City Government of Baguio has logged new active cases today. This is as indicated in the monitoring report that was provided by the Public Information Office of Baguio City. According to the monitoring report, there are fifteen (15) new cases and eight (8) recoveries today, […]

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The Philippine Veterans Affairs Office (PVAO) has extended the suspension of the validation of PVAO pensioners. This is according to the advisory posted today on the PVAO Facebook page. Furthermore, according to the advisory, all PVAO pensioners due for validation from April to December 31, 2020, are extended automatically. However, they are required to validate […]

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The Department of Science and Technology in Cordillera Administrative Region (DOST-CAR) and the Philippine Center for Postharvest Development and Mechanization (PhilMech) has recently inked a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) for the development of a soybean processing industry in Ifugao. Information about this project has been made public by DOST Secretary Fortunato de la Peña through […]

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Baguio Mayor Benjamin Magalong has issued new memorandums today, September 21, 2020, ordering the implementation of new lockdown orders and lifting of lockdown orders over several areas in Baguio City. New Provisional Lockdown Orders These areas are on provisional lockdown effective immediately and until further notice: Km. 3, Marcos Highway, and Mission Road, Crystal Cave […]

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On Sunday, September 20, 2020, the Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities has announced that they have discovered 14 more human coffins that have been sealed for 2,500 Years. “Last week we announced the discovery of 13 sealed human coffins. In the last few days we discovered 14 more.” Statement of the Ministry of Tourism and […]

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One area in Baguio City has been put under provisional lockdown today, September 21, 2020. While yesterday, September 20, 2020,  two barangays have been put on a hard lockdown. One Area on Lockdown as of September 21 Just earlier this morning of September 21, 2020 (Monday), the whole of Barangay Ferdinand was placed by Baguio […]

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