With just two months to go before the year ends, the national government has fully vaccinated less than a quarter of the more than 110 million Filipinos in the country.
How have U.S. immigration policies and past pandemics shaped the integral role of Filipinos in the U.S. healthcare industry? Learn more "Caretakers," streaming on . #FilipinoAmericanHistoryMonth @chasingthedream
MARTIAL LAW IN NUMBERS On this day 49 years ago, dictator Ferdinand Marcos placed the entire country under martial law — remembered by many Filipinos as one of the darkest chapters in Philippine history. Here's a look back at the martial law:
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Today marks the 49th anniversary of the former President Ferdinand Marcos' declaration of martial law — described by many Filipinos as as one of the darkest chapters in Philippine history. #NeverForget #NeverAgain
For more than 3 decades, Peter Musñgi has lent his voice to the programs of ABS-CBN. Million of Filipinos grew up hearing his voice as it has become a constant in Kapamilya households. Get know the man behind the voice of ABS-CBN.
[THREAD] Thousands have called on the government to junk the proposed policy feared to clamp down on Filipinos’ basic freedoms. Here’s an overview to give us an idea why we should ALL be vigilant. #JunkTerrorBillNow
Lord, it’s another day. We’re still seeing the numbers of those infected by the virus rise. Anyone can get it and only You can help shield us from it. I pray for wisdom for all our leaders; patience and perseverance for all fellow Filipinos. Listen to our prayers for mercy Lord.
Finally, some good news. Two more Filipinos have recovered from COVID-19 and is now discharged from the hospital. Only two Filipino COVID-19 positive patients remain in hospital isolation. | via Philippine Consulate General in HK
LOOK: Nicko Gloriana, a security guard of a condominium in Mandaluyong, offers to spray alcohol to passersby along Shaw Boulevard. The security guard says this is the least he could do to help Filipinos under lockdown. #COVID19quarantine | via Bernice Beltran, ABS-CBN News