COVID-19 vaccine ‘CanSino’ Appears Safe in the First Human Trial

CanSino VACCINE – A coronavirus disease (COVID-19) vaccine was tested safe for humans for the first time and also it induces a rapid immune response, said the researchers at China’s CanSino Biologics Inc that is reported on Friday in The Lancet medical journal. The blood samples from a group of 108 vaccinated adults showed both … Read more

DepEd Urges Donors to Provide Gadgets to Schoolkids for Distance Learning

The Department of Education (DepEd) on Thursday encouraged donors that instead of school supplies, they should provide gadgets that students can use for distance learning amid the COVID-19 pandemic. “Halimbawa ‘yung programa natin na Brigada Eskwela na kung saan ang mga donor ay nagbibigay sila ng school bags, papel, ballpen, ang sabi namin kung kaya … Read more

WATCH LIVE: TV Patrol ABS-CBN May 21, 2020 (Wednesday)

WATCH HERE, TV Patrol May 21, 2020 (Wednesday) a news and public affairs program focuses mainly on all events happening in and outside the country. Anchored by Ted Failon, Bernadette Sembrano and Kabayan Noli De Castro. Check out also for the latest update of COVID-19 and the development of finding the cure to stop this … Read more

‘May suweldo sila’: Cynthia Villar Questions Giving Cash Aid to Middle-Class Families during COVID-19 Crisis

Senator Cynthia Villar questioned the executive branch’s decision on Tuesday on the extent cash aid to 18 million families, Villar said the government should not provide financial assistance to the middle class because people classified as such are still salaried workers during the coronavirus pandemic. Villar said during the Senate Committee of the Whole hearing … Read more

Año Disagreed with Duque’s Suspect 2nd wave of COVID-19 Infection

Año has also disagreed with the pronouncements of Health Secretary Francisco Duque III saying the Philippines is currently experiencing the second wave of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) infections. Interior Secretary Eduardo Año said in a television interview on Thursday, that the emerging cases of COVID-19 are still part of the first wave of infection. “Para sa … Read more

Jinggoy Estrada told NBI: Feeding Poor Not Against the Law

Former Sen. Jinggoy Estrada told the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) that physical distancing was observed when he held a relief drive in San Juan City earlier this month, Estrada said on Wednesday. Previously, Estrada submitted a written explanation of the incident to the NBI office in Manila due to the alleged violation of the … Read more

Study says Monkeys Developed Antibodies for the New Coronavirus

So far, there are more than a hundred potential vaccines that are being researched. One of these vaccines is Remdesivir has already begun human trials. But, on its first tests, the drug was found ineffective on humans. However, some other vaccines were still under trial and have undergone testings with animals. Based on an article … Read more