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Active Covid-19 cases in Pasig declines to 360 

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Pasig City reported that active coronavirus disease (Covid-19) active cases in the city went down from 2,248 to 360 in almost seven weeks, according to a report by Philippine News Agency. In his social media accounts, Mayor Vico Sotto on Saturday sh...

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Muntinlupa earns positive rating in smoke-free compliance 

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In a recent study conducted by the Metro Manila Development Authority and University of the Philippines College of Mass Communication Foundation, Inc. on the compliance level of NCR cities in implementing Smoke-Free Policies, the City of Muntinlupa e...

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Globe rolls out School Bus Wi-Fi in Manila

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Globe president and CEO Ernest Cu led the virtual launch of the School Bus Wi-Fi program in Manila, according to a report by Manila Standard. Cu said Globe launched the School Bus Wi-Fi program in Manila to provide fast, reliable and low-cost home i...

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SMC to dredge 700,000 tons of garbage yearly from rivers 

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San Miguel Corporation is targeting to dredge a total of 700 thousand tons of garbage from the Tullahan River and Pasig River every year, as clean-up operations in Tullahan continue to remove 600 tons of garbage daily since resuming operations with the lifting of restrictions in June. Along with th...

MMDA to resume Pasig River ferry service 

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The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) announced the partial resumption of the operations of the Pasig River Ferry Service (PRFS) on August 3, 2020. “We are pleased to announce that everything is set for the partial resumption of the PRFS but only half of its capacity, incl...

Several dioceses implement contact tracing 

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The dioceses of Pasig and Sorsogon require the faithful who attend masses to write down their names as part of contact tracing efforts under the new normal. In separate guidelines, both dioceses said once the community quarantine has been relaxed or lifted in their areas, they will be asking t...

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