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Ontario ‘pulling the emergency brake’ with third COVID-19 lockdown as cases rise, ICU beds fill

Ontario ‘pulling the emergency brake’ with third COVID-19 lockdown as cases rise, ICU beds fill

Sectionsnewsinfo // 03:58 AM April 02, 2021Nurses from Humber River Hospital’s mobile vaccine clinic administer the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine at Toronto and Region Islamic Congregation Centre as part of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) vaccination campaign, in Toronto, Ontario, Canada April 1, 2021. REUTERS/Carlos OsorioTORONTO  – The Canadian province of Ontario will enter a limited lockdown for 28 days on Saturday, as COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations rise and more dangerous virus variants take hold, the premier said on Thursday.The lockdown for Canada’s most populous province will...

April 2, 2021
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French under-55s given AstraZeneca jab to get different second vaccine

French under-55s given AstraZeneca jab to get different second vaccine

Sectionsnewsinfo // 05:23 PM April 09, 2021(FILES) In this file photo taken on March 11, 2021 This picture shows vials of the AstraZeneca Covid-19 vaccine in Paris. (Photo by JOEL SAGET / AFP)PARIS — France on Friday said under 55s who received a first injection of the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine should be given a jab from a different producer for their second dose, a ruling affecting more than 500,000 people.France’s national health authority HAS last month said the AstraZeneca vaccine should only be given to those aged 55 and over because of reports of potentially deadly blood clots in a...

April 10, 2021
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‘Do not try to demean government,’ President tells frontliners for airing pleas publicly

‘Do not try to demean government,’ President tells frontliners for airing pleas publicly

Sectionssearchnewsinfo // 02:01 AM August 03, 2020MANILA, Philippines — President Rodrigo Duterte gave medical frontliners an earful on Sunday night for ranting publicly about their plight duing the COVID-19 pandemic instead of seeking an audience with the administration.“Do not try to demean government. You’re not actually criticizing. You demean my government, your own government,” Duterte said in a taped speech.“Then you threaten a revolution. This is our country. You want us to destroy it? Start it now,” he added, speaking partly in Filipino.FEATURED...

August 3, 2020
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Want higher pay? Join the police force, Duterte tells nurses

Want higher pay? Join the police force, Duterte tells nurses

Sectionssearchnewsinfo // 02:13 AM August 03, 2020MANILA, Philippines — President Rodrigo Duterte on Sunday night encouraged nurses to enter the police force if they would want to get higher pay.“Enter the police force. The salary is higher. If you remain a nurse outside, you only get about eight, nine, ten [thousand pesos,” Duterte said in a taped speech.Last month, government nurses got their as the Department of Budget and Management issued Budget Circular No. 2020-4, which finally implemented Section 32 of the Philippine Nursing Act of 2002, giving nurses a minimum monthly base pay of...

August 3, 2020
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‘We are not calling for a revolution,’ says healthcare alliance spox

‘We are not calling for a revolution,’ says healthcare alliance spox

Sectionssearchnewsinfo // 10:54 AM August 03, 2020MANILA, Philippines — Contrary to President Rodrigo Duterte’s recent pronouncement, healthcare workers are not calling for a revolution when they aired out their pleas publicly amid the coronavirus pandemic.This was according to Dr. Antonio Dans, spokesperson for the Healthcare Professions Alliance against COVID-19.“Emergency ho ito e. Magli-lift na sana tayo this week (ng quarantine),” Dans said in an interview over dzMM’s Teleradyo on Monday.(This is an emergency. We were scheduled to lift the quarantine this week.)FEATURED...

August 3, 2020
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DOH not stopping AstraZeneca vaccination despite blood clot concerns in EU

DOH not stopping AstraZeneca vaccination despite blood clot concerns in EU

Sectionsnewsinfo // 11:29 AM March 12, 2021MANILA, Philippines – There is currently no reason for the Philippines to stop the rollout of AstraZeneca’s COVID-19 vaccine despite reports that some people who received the shots in some European countries have developed blood clots, the Department of Health (DOH) and the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) said Friday.“At present, the DOH and FDA emphasize that there is no indication for the Philippines to stop rollout of AstraZeneca vaccines. The DOH, NTF (National Task Force against COVID-19) and FDA are closely coordinating on this matter. The...

March 12, 2021
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LGU reveals: Sinas did not go through health screening in Oriental Mindoro

LGU reveals: Sinas did not go through health screening in Oriental Mindoro

Sectionsnewsinfo // 08:09 PM March 12, 2021MANILA, Philippines — Philippine National Police (PNP) chief Gen. Debold Sinas did not undergo the usual screening being done  by the Oriental Mindoro’s health office when he visited the province on Thursday — the day he was informed that he tested positive for COVID-19 — the provincial government has clarified.According to the statement from the Provincial Government of Oriental Mindoro on Friday, Sinas did not pass through the pier of the province in Calapan City, where health clearances are being made. He arrived instead by helicopter before...

March 13, 2021
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In single day, PH acquires $900M in loans to buy vaccines

In single day, PH acquires $900M in loans to buy vaccines

Sectionsbusiness // 06:42 PM March 12, 2021MANILA, Philippines—It took only one day for the Philippines to get the nod of two multilateral lenders for a total of $900 million (about P43.6 billion) in loans for the mass rollout of its vaccination program which was expected to bring back jobs and economic growth a year after Southeast Asia’s longest and most stringent community quarantine pushed the economy to its worst post-World War II recession.The Asian Development Bank’s (ADB) board on Thursday (March 11) approved the $400-million loan for its host-country’s second health system...

March 13, 2021
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Russia begins producing third COVID-19 jab CoviVac – ministry

Russia begins producing third COVID-19 jab CoviVac – ministry

Sectionsnewsinfo /09:59 PM March 25, 2021MOSCOW — Russia has started producing CoviVac, its third vaccine against COVID-19, and will soon make it available for use in its regions, though phase three trials are still underway, officials said Thursday.The most well-known Russian coronavirus vaccine is Sputnik V. Moscow has also given emergency approval to two shots, EpiVacCorona and CoviVac.“The third Russian vaccine is entering civilian circulation and will appear in the regions in the coming days,” the Science and Higher Education Ministry said in a statement.The Chumakov Center plans to...

March 26, 2021
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6-year-old boy arrested for picking flower at bus stop

6-year-old boy arrested for picking flower at bus stop

Sectionsnewsinfo // 01:02 PM March 24, 2021INQUIRER.net Stock PhotoA 6-year-old boy who plucked a tulip from the lawn at a bus stop in North Carolina in the United States recently went to court after being charged with injury to real property.While the child may not fully understand the situation, many argue that this may change the boy’s life for the worse, as per Winston-Salem Journal on March 14.“Should a child that believes in Santa Claus, the Easter Bunny and the tooth fairy be making life-altering decisions?” New Hanover County Chief District Court Judge Jay Corpening was quoted as...

March 24, 2021
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