COVID-19 Global Health Emergency Is Over According To WHO


WHO declares COVID-19 global health emergency is now over. COVID-19 – World Health Organization announces that the emergency phase of the pandemic COVID-19 is now over. COVID pandemic killed at least 20 million and after many years, the emergency phase of this is finally over. World Health Organization (WHO) International Health Regulations Emergency Committee had a … Read more

Christmas Carolers Still Advised to Wear Face Masks – DOH

DOH Says Christmas Carolers Should Still Wear Face Masks The Department of Health (DOH) advised the Christmas carolers that they should still wear face masks while singing. The Christmas pilgrims are instructed by the DOH about their planned caroling activities. They should continue to use face masks to protect themselves from the coronavirus sickness, according … Read more

Thailand Ends COVID-19 Restrictions for Travelers


Thailand Removes COVID-19 Restrictions For Foreign Arrivals THAILAND – People entering Thailand were no longer required to show negative Covid-19 test results or proof of vaccination as of October 1. Before the COVID-19 pandemic, travel, and tourism had grown to be one of the most significant economic sectors in the world, contributing 10% to the … Read more

Japan Re-open the Mass Tourism on October


Covid-19 Restrictions in Japan will be Lifted for Foreign Tourist Japan will lift travel restrictions for foreign tourist and re-open the boarders next month after two years and a half because of pandemic. The pandemic, according to Prime Minister Fumio Kishida, who was speaking at the New York Stock Exchange, has impeded the free flow … Read more

Omicron Subvariant Records 814 Cases in Philippines

Omicron Subvariant

800 More Omicron Subvariant Detected this Week Omicron Subvariant detected in Philippines for more than 800+ cases logs this week the Department of Health (DOH) said on Tuesday. In the past week, the Philippines discovered over 800 more cases of the COVID-19 Omicron subvariants, according to a report released on Tuesday by the Department of … Read more

First Monkeypox Case of Egypt

First Monkeypox Case

Egypt Recorded I’ts First Monkeypox Case First Monkeypox case recorded by Egypt’s health ministry announced on Wednesday that a man frequently visited Europe had acquired the said virus. According to a statement from the health ministry of the most populous Arab nation is that “The first case of monkeypox has been detected in Egypt. The … Read more

Neri Naig Buys Salon To Help Staff Stay In Their Jobs

Neri Naig, Chito Miranda, Salon

Neri Naig Shares Why She Suddenly Own A Salon NERI NAIG – ‘Wais Na Misis’ Neri Naig-Miranda shared she bought a salon to help the staff stay in their jobs. The coronavirus pandemic had an impact on every industry, from warehouses and meat processing plants to movie theaters and salons. Many companies across the nation … Read more

Face to Face Classes may Increase Covid-19 Cases in Philippines

Face to Face Classes

DOH Warns as Covid-19 Cases may Reach 9,000 as Face to face Classes Resume Face to face classes resume may trigger COVID-19 and cases may probably reach 9,000 by the end of September, DOH warned on Friday. The estimates are based on the DOH’s most recent projections, according to officer-in-charge Maria Rosario Vergeire, who noted … Read more