Current track



Author: DZAT

Page: 6

Equatorial Guinea Vice President Teodorin Nguenna Obiang Mangue’s COVID-19 vaccine will sell for his people the valuable items confiscated from him. This was the decision of the US Department of Justice on the confiscated ill-gotten wealth of Mangue. The luxury cars will cost up to $ 27-million including the $ 275,000 jewel-encrusted gloves of the […]

Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan has called the ban on women studying in neighboring Afghanistan un-Islamic. Khan stressed that the ban on women’s education is not Islamic and that religion has nothing to do with it. In an interview Khan released its conditions before Pakistan recognized the Taliban government. This includes recognizing the human rights […]

A magnitude 6.0 earthquake shook the South-East part of Australia including Melbourne city at 9:15 p.m. In the initial report, there were damages recorded in some buildings where some debris that fell was scattered on the roads. No initial injuries were recorded in the quake, although the authorities are still investigating the damage from the […]

Nanawagan ang pamunuan ng Laguna Medical Center sa Department of Health (DOH) para sa karagdagang nurses matapos magpositibo sa COVID-19 ang 25 kawani ng kanilang pagamutan. Bukod sa nurses, isinailalim na rin sa quarantine ang ibang mga kawani ng ospital dahil sa posibleng exposure sa mga natukoy na nagpositibo sa COVID. Ayon kay Infectious Disease […]

Nasa ikatlong puwesto ang lalawigan ng Rizal sa buong CALABARZON ang may pinakamataas na vaccine coverage na kung saan 21 percent ng target population sa nasabing lugar ang bakunado na laban sa COVID 19. Sa vaccine rollout tally nitong September 20 ay umakyat na sa 488,140 ang mga fully vaccinated mula A1 hanggang A5 priority […]

Isinagawa ang pagbabasbas at turn-over ceremony para sa bagong evacuation center sa Barangay Cawayan, Real, Quezon noong nagdaang Setyembre 20, 2021. Ayon sa lokal na pamahalaan ng Real, ang naturang proyekto ay pinondohan sa pamamagitan ng programang Assistance to Municipalities (AM) ng Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG). Dinaluhan naman ito nina Real Mayor […]

The United Nations (UN), United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) and the World Health Organization (WHO) have supported the Philippines ’decision to continue conducting face-to-face classes in areas with low COVID-19 cases. According to the group, the return of such face-to-face classes is important because every child has the right to an education that will shape […]

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has clarified that nasal spray is not a drug against COVID-19. During the Laging Handa Public Briefing, FDA director general Eric Domingo said that nasal spray vaccines against COVID-19 are still undergoing clinical trials. While not yet approved, Domingo said the nasal spray is only a nasal spray and […]

The bill calling for “mandatory COVID-19 vaccination” for Filipinos in the country was tabled in the House. In House Bill 10249 by House Committee on Peoples Participation chairman and San Jose del Monte, Bulacan Rep. Rida Robes is pushing for mandatory vaccination for all Filipinos who are “eligible”. According to the legislator, the proposal is […]

It seems that the victory of Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in the recent election will be a fluke. This is Trudeau’s third victory in the federal election. Although Trudeau’s Liberal Party won a slight advantage, the party failed to get the majority votes. Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau Trudeau’s allies in parliament are said […]