An 8-month old baby who is suspected of being a COVID-19 patient died in the southern part of the Philippines last Friday, April 17.
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The two Persons Under Investigation (PUI) who died in Davao tested negative for COVID-19, the Department of Health Region XI confirmed.
The Department of Health has confirmed two COVID-19 cases in Davao City, the hometown of President Rodrigo Duterte, on Saturday, March 21.
China has donated hundreds of thousands of test kits, surgical masks and other medical supplies to fight COVID-19 in the Philippines.
Senator Juan Miguel "Migz" Zubiri has admitted on Monday, March 16, that he tested positive for the the deadly Coronavirus or COVI...
Among the countries with Coronavirus (COVID-19) infection, the Philippines posts the highest mortality rate based on available data.
As the number of COVID-19 patients continues to rise, schools and universities in the Philippines are urged to hold graduation rites online.
The Civil Service Commission has postponed the March 15, 2020 Civil Service Exam to prevent further spreading of the Coronavirus Disease.
The Coronavirus Disease of 2019 (COVID-19) is spreading rapidly in the Philippines. Here are the most possible reasons.
Huawei finally rolled out its custom user interface EMUI 10 based on the Android 10 mobile operating system for Y9 Prime 2019 smartphones.
The results of the Mechanical Engineer Board Exam for February 2020 have been released by the PRC. View the list of passers and top 10.
PLDT Home Fibr subscribers now enjoy a speed upgrade after the internet service provider offered free speed boost a couple of months ago.
The Davao City government led by Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio on Monday cancelled most of the events for the Araw ng Dabaw 2020 celebration.
Is ABS-CBN dead? Netizens noticed that the Kapamilya Network has posted its company logo with a black background on its social media profile...
A reliable source forwarded a message that has gone viral, it's apparently about a "fast, effective" Novel Coronavirus (nCoV) ...
The Department of Health confirmed on Thursday, January 30, 2020, the first case of the 2019 Novel Corona Virus (nCoV) in the Philippines.
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