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“Philippine shares continued to drop, though slightly today, as fatalities from the Wuhan coronavirus surged to 132 in China with over 800 new cases, bringing the total to 5,974 cases in China,” Regina Capital head of sales Luis Limlingan said.

Philippine health officials say the patient is a 29-year-old man from Yunnan, China, who had a preexisting illness. Tests would still be conducted to confirm if he was positive for 2019-nCoV.

Malacañang said President Rodrigo Duterte does not need advice from an official who lost the West Philippine Sea to China. #WestPHSea  | @KAguilarINQ 

CORONA VIRUS ALERT Chinese nationals arriving from Guangzhou, China are seen wearing face mask at the arrival area of Ninoy Aquino International Airport Terminal 1 on Wednesday, January 22, 2020 in Pasay City. ? Richard Reyes/Philippine Daily Inquirer

Philippine Airlines announced that passengers with tickets for direct flights to areas in China, Hong Kong and Macau are allowed to request for rebooking, rerouting or refund “with waiver of penalties.” | @CMarquezINQ 

@chailuci  Rodriguez: At a time when we have a territorial conflict with China on our Exclusive Economic Zone in the West Philippine Sea, this should be the last thing that our President should do. | via @chailuci 

Philippine Airlines allows free rebooking, refunds for confirmed China flights from Jan 24-29 due to coronavirus threat. | @miguelrcamusINQ 

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All Philippine airports should ensure the availability of hand sanitizers, an aviation official said Friday, as the country tightened security protocols to prevent the entry of a new flu-like virus from China. #coronavirus  #nCoV 

Philippine aviation authorities ban flights from China's Wuhan over coronavirus - reports

The Philippine health department said that those who show symptoms of Wuhan#coronavirus  with travel history from China (or those who had contact with a person positive for the virus) should go to the nearest hospital for evaluation. #nCoV  #ANCEarlyEdition 

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Following the appearance of China’s 9-dash line in a DreamWorks children’s film, Philippine Foreign Secretary Teodoro “Teddyboy” Locsin Jr calls for a "universal boycott" of the animation studio’s movies in the country.

The Philippine's move to file an arbitration case against China was a "big mistake," but President Duterte has a "wiser" approach in forging stronger bilateral ties with Beijing, said Martin Jacques, author of the book "When China Rules the World." #ANCHeadstart 

NOT DUTERTE, NOT CHINA. Former Ombudsman Conchita Carpio Morales said Filipinos must find creative ways to enforce the country's arbitral victory against China's expansive claim in the West Philippine Sea.

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LOOK: Protesters burn "syokoy" effigy of President Rodrigo Duterte at the United People's SONA in Commonwealth Avenue, Quezon City. The "syokoy" effigy is said to represent Duterte who is "selling out" the West Philippine Sea to China. Photos by Darren Langit/Rappler

Vietnam slammed China for "hindering" Vietnamese fishermen in the South China Sea. This comes as Pres Duterte dismisses as a 'maritime incident' the sinking of a Filipino boat by a Chinese ship in the West Philippine Sea. #PHNews 

Sen. Grace Poe said the Philippines must not let itself be bullied by China, after a Chinese vessel allegedly rammed and sank a Filipino fishing boat in the West Philippine Sea.

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JUST IN: Former Philippine officials and a group of fishermen file complaint against Chinese President Xi Jinping before the International Criminal Court for crimes against humanity in the South China Sea. | via Story soon on .

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JUST IN: PAGASA says Typhoon#OmpongPH  left the Philippine Area of Responsibility at 9 pm on Saturday, September 15. It’s heading for southern China. Story soon on .

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HRW Brief: China is world's top executioner; Pulitzer for searing images of Philippine "drug war"; Hungary protests

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