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@GenKabiling  Roque: Let us therefore stop making malicious speculations and false claims made to pointlessly inflame the situation. We ask everyone to just focus our time and effort on productive activities that will enable us help one another at this time of pandemic | via @GenKabiling 

LOOK: Angel Locsin issues statement after launching a community pantry, which eventually caused social distancing violation. She said it wasn’t her intention to cause disturbance and apologized over the incident. “Pasensya na po di po ito ang intensyon ko.” | via @MBSepPedrajas 

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Poe to PhilHealth: Don't delay hospital reimbursements

PH eyes to start clinical trial on Ivermectin as COVID-19 treatment by 'first week of June’ – DOST exec

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Palace: PhilHealth's debit-credit payment scheme available in all high-risk COVID-19 areas

NTF sends 500K Sinovac jabs to NCR+; herd immunity eyed in Metro by October

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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

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@MB_mrtnsdngdng  Roland and Gloria de Vela helps motorists remove ash coming from the erupting taal volcano just in the boundary of Amadeo and Tagaytay. | via @JuanCarloDeVel3 

BREAKING: The Philippines now has 501 confirmed cases of COVID-19. Death toll remains at 33. Total number of recoveries at 19, said Health Undersecretary Maria Rosario Vergeire.

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LOOK: Farmers from San Mateo, Isabela had to harvest overtime to avoid damages to crops from typhoon #RollyPH . (Photo courtesy of Marlo Carbonell) | via Liezle Iñigo

READ: THE EMERGING SCIENTIFIC EVIDENCE ON CORONAVIRUS TRANSMISSION These findings that have been emerging for a while need to be applied by people to manage the situation in the best possible manner.

The Mayon Volcano was captured wearing her “salakot” today, November 12, 2020. (Photos courtesy of John Cidric Santillan)

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