The Philippines is ‘Better Prepared’ Than The Recent COVID-19 Surge, According To The DOH

The Philippines is “better prepared” for a surge in COVID-19 infections, according to the country’s top health official, as the government plans to relax health protocols even further. According to Maria Rosario Vergeire, officer-in-charge of the Department of Health, the country’s healthcare system was able to “manage” hospital admissions due to COVID-19 in recent months. … Read more

Halalan 2022: COVID-19 Cases Monitored After the Election

Most often asked concern is if COVID-19 cases would grow out of the country after Election 2022 here are the statement of Professor Jomar Rabajante of the University of the Philippines (UP) Pandemic Response Team. According to Professor Jomar Rabajante of the University of the Philippines (UP) Pandemic Response Team, the data provided by government is still … Read more

Atty. Larry Gadon Tinawag “Ang DOH Bobo”

Atty. Larry Gadon is making noise on social media following after his video spread on different video sharing platform where he is calling the “DOH bobo.” In an interview with the GMA News, Gadon said he did not believed the Department of Health and its protocols implemented in the country to prevent the spread of … Read more

Atty. Larry Gadon Called Department of Health “PAHAMAK”

Gadon said he does not believe in the Department of Health and its protocols to prevent being infected with COVID-19. He said he was not infected when he went around more than 20 hospitals to give donations. “Ang COVID curable. Sobrang pananakot ang ginawa sa atin ng DOH. Tumigil ang ekonomiya dahil sa sobrang pananakot … Read more

DOH Reports 129,913 Confirmed Cases of COVID-19 (August 9, 2020)

The number of COVID-19 cases in the country climbs to 129,913, with the DOH reporting 3,109 new infections. DFA reports 39 new COVID-19 cases among Filipinos abroad, bringing the cumulative total to 9,754. Recoveries reach 5,783 with 23 new survivors, while the death toll remains unchanged at 708. DOH Updates, “As of 4 PM today, … Read more

Avigan Drug Trials in the Philippines Will Start on August 10—DOH

As the search for possible COVID-19 treatment continues, the clinical trials of the Japanese anti-viral flu drug Avigan in the Philippines will start on August 10, 2020, said Health Undersecretary Maria Rosario Vergeire on Friday. Based in the interview of Vergeire on Unang Hirit, she said that all is set for the trial to begin, … Read more

HIV Drugs supplies are stable according to DOH.

The Department of Health (DOH) guaranteed the community of Individuals Living with HIV (PLHIV) that DOH features a steady supply of lifesaving HIV drugs, in the midst of the “risk of running out” in other nations, as detailed by the World Health Organization (WHO). Secretary Francisco T. Duque III shares that “With the drastic increment … Read more