PhilHeath still owes the Philippine Red Cross (PRC) over P623 million for COVID-19 testing services. Read more:
"Nasa konsensiya na lang nila 'yan." Sen. Richard Gordon has this to say to the PhilHealth as its debt for #COVID19 testing hikes to P623 million, telling government officials that the Philippine Red Cross is not a "bottomless pit."
Philippine Red Cross (PRC) Chairman and CEO Senator Richard J. Gordon having a fist bump with a resident of Brgy. Cabcab in San Andres, Catanduanes on November 29, 2020 as the PRC continues to deliver assistance for the families in the province (1)
LOOK: Philippine Red Cross-Batangas leads a rescue mission at Tierra Verde Subdivision, Batangas City as the area struggles with heavy flooding due to #RollyPH on Sunday night, November 1. Photos from PRC-Batangas #RescuePH
LOOK: Philippine Red Cross stops conducting COVID-19 tests, which is being funded by embattled PhilHealth, due to the state health insurer's "inability to settle its ever-increasing outstanding balance." | via @bnzmagsambol Document from Senator Richard Gordon's office
Philippine Red Cross buys machines that can run 3k COVID-19 tests daily
Philippine Red Cross says initial estimates indicate up to 1,200 people killed by typhoon.
At least 21 died in Philippines from Tropical Storm Hagupit, says secretary general of the Philippine Red Cross.