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Manila eyes ID system for vaccinated residents 

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Manila will implement an identification system to record who among the city’s residents have been vaccinated against the coronavirus disease-2019, accoridng to a report by Manila Bulletin. The City of Manila COVID-19 Vaccination ID can be acce...

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Caloocan readies storage facility for vaccines

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Caloocan City is preparing a facility for the storage of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) vaccines, according to a report by Manila Bulletin. Malapitan on Tuesday met with various city officials, particularly those from the city health department,...

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NE monsoon to induce rain in Luzon 

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The northeast monsoon is expected to cause isolated rain showers over most parts of Luzon, the weather bureau said in a report by Philippine News Agency. In its 4 a.m. weather bulletin, the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Servic...

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Quezon City turns over SIM cards to teachers

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In its firm resolve to support distance learning for its students, the Quezon City government turned over on Monday 8,791 units of wifi modems and prepaid sim cards with P1,000 monthly load to public elementary school teachers and photocopier machines to all its public schools. “We want to ma...

UP faculty to donate salaries for program against Covid-19 

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Faculty members of the University of the Philippines-Diliman (UP-D) vowed to contribute part of their salaries in the campaign against coronavirus disease 2019. A post on UP Diliman’s official Facebook page announced that faculty members, through #SweldoKoAmbagKo, can give cash donations to t...

16-day-old baby recovers from coronavirus

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A 16-day-old baby has recovered from the coronavirus disease 2019 on April 30, becoming the youngest survivor of the pandemic in the country, according to the Department of Health. The baby who was admitted at the National Children’s Hospital in Quezon City recovered from the COVID-19 after 1...

Belmonte urges QC students to become protectors of environment

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Quezon City Mayor Joy Belmonte on Monday called on city students to be proactive and responsible for the environment at the launch of the 24th Police Community Relations Month in Camp Karingal. Belmonte said there was a need to start protecting the environment at a young age as a way to ensure Quez...

QC to establish Youth Desk

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Quezon City Mayor Herbert Bautista recently approved an ordinance calling for the creation and establishment of a Sangguniang Kabataan Desk at city hall. Introduced by Councilor Noel Lorenzo B. Dela Fuente III, City Ordinance 2824-2019 orders the consolidation of all youth-related programs and proj...

QC Hall employs 300 youth interns

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The Quezon City Public Employment Service Office has employed 300 students and out-of-school youth who are under the Government Internship Program of the Department of Labor and Employment. The Government Internship Program aims to provide opportunities and engage young workers to serve the public ...

QC fetes champion robotics team

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The Quezon City Council on Wednesday passed a resolution congratulating the St. Mary’s College Robotics Team for bagging awards in various robotics competitions abroad. Introduced by Councilor Noe Lorenzo B. Dela Fuente III, City Resolution 7717-2019 stated that the SMC-QC robotics team won f...

QC Library, Knowledge Channel team up to promote reading

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The Quezon City Public Library has forged an agreement with the Knowledge Channel Foundation Inc. to promote reading to children of the city. Alistair Troy Lacsamana, QCPL children’s section head, said both parties agreed to produce shows featuring the library’s puppets to be aired on t...

QC boasts child protection programs

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Vice Mayor Joy Belmonte presented Quezon City’s best practices on upholding children’s rights with the participants of the Situational Analysis of Children in the Philippines event held at Novotel Cubao on Tuesday. Belmonte highlighted programs that made Quezon City one of the top child...

QC Council pursues Senior High School Graduate Skills Registration Program

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The Quezon City Council continues to provide opportunities to its constituency by approving an ordinance aiming to create a SHS graduate skills registration database. Authored by District 5 Councilor Alyson Medalla, the “Senior High School Graduate Skills Registration Program” aims to p...

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