covid 19 / Philippines

Manila administers over 5K doses of 2nd booster shot

By Marita Moaje  Quirino Grandstand, Manila drive-thru vaccination (PNA file photo) MANILA – Over 5,000 individuals have availed of the coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19) second booster shots in the city of Manila since its rollout for immunocompromised individuals on April 26, and for the elderly and health care workers on Thursday. As of Friday, the Manila Public … Continue reading

Paxlovid makukuha sa mas maraming parmasya sa Alberta
Alberta / covid 19

Paxlovid makukuha sa mas maraming parmasya sa Alberta

News Release Paxlovid makukuha sa mas maraming parmasya sa Alberta Simula Abril 1, mas maraming parmasya ang makakapagbigay ng COVID-19 na antiviral na gamot sa mga kwalipikadong Albertan.Ang Paxlovid ay ang unang paggamot sa COVID-19 na inaprubahan ng Health Canada na maaaring inumin sa bahay. Humigit-kumulang 375 Albertans ang nakatanggap ng mga reseta mula noong … Continue reading

covid 19 / Philippines

1.2M kids aged 5-11, 9.7M minors vaccinated: DOH

By Ma. Teresa Montemayor  KIDS VACCINATION. Parents hold their crying 7-year-old son, Asher Jude Agbayani, while being inoculated with the reformulated Pfizer Covid-19 vaccine during the rollout of the jabs for children aged 5 to 11 years old at the Ugnayang La Salle Gymnasium in Dasmariñas City, Cavite on Tuesday (March 15, 2022). Some 381,433 … Continue reading

covid 19 / Philippines

Philippines ready to fight ‘Deltacron’ variant

By Lade Jean Kabagani  MANILA – The Philippines will always be ready for the emergence of any variant of the coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19). The World Health Organization (WHO) on Wednesday warned that the recombinant virus of the Delta-Omicron variants may spread after it was identified in several regions in France. Viral genomes with a similar … Continue reading

Alberta to lift almost all remaining health restrictions
Alberta

Alberta to lift almost all remaining health restrictions

News Release Alberta to lift almost all remaining health restrictions As COVID-19 hospitalizations continue to decline and pressure on the health-care system decreases, step two of the province’s path back to normal will begin on March 1. Since step one began on Feb. 8, COVID-19 positivity rates in the province have continued to decline. Hospitalizations … Continue reading

Philippines

DOT says PH ready to welcome fully vaxxed foreign tourists

By Joyce Ann L. Rocamora  WELCOME BACK, TOURISTS. Tourists frolic under the sun in Boracay in this undated photo. Starting February 10, fully vaccinated international travelers are allowed entry into the country, provided that they present a negative RT-PCR test taken within 48 hours prior to departure from the country of origin. (PNA photo by Joey Razon) MANILA – The country’s tourism … Continue reading