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NAIA immigration personnel prohibited from taking leaves

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The Bureau of Immigration is extending its ban on Ninoy Aquino International Airport staff taking vacation leaves until January 31, from the initial end of January 15, according to a report by Philippine Star. The extension on the prohibition i...

EcoWaste exposes mislabeled 'lead free" paints 

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The mislabeling of “lead free” paint products when in fact they are not has to stop to protect the public from the adverse health effects of exposure to lead, a toxic chemical banned in the production of paints, according to the EcoWaste ...

Aimazing teams up with M2Cash for online-to-offline retail tech 

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Aimazing, the preferred retail data platform for mall management, has announced a strategic partnership with Philippines’ leading IT consulting and O2O marketing company, M2Cash, enabling Philippines malls and retailers to digitalise their shop...

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USAID turns over 'mobile bakuna' to Caloocan 

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Ginanap ngayong Miyerkules sa New City Hall ang turn-over ceremony ng Mobile Jeepney Bakuna, COVID-19 testing and vaccination medical supplies, at IT equipment na mula sa USAID's ReachHealth Project. Bilang kinatawan ni Mayor Oca Malapitan, sinabi ni City Administrator Engr. Oliver Hernandez na...

Caloocan undertakes cable and wire clipping 

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Pagsasaayos ng mga kable ng kuryente sa kahabaan ng Samson Road hanggang A. Mabini, Caloocan. Nagsagawa ng cable and wire clipping and repair operation ang Meralco sa kahabaan ng Samson Road hanggang A. Mabini, sa patuloy na pakikipag-ugnayan ng Caloocan City Engineering Department (CED) na pinanga...

Caloocan starts senior citizen vaccination 

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Nagsimula na ang Pamahalaang Lungsod na bakunahan ang mga nasa A2 Category o senior citizens ngayong Lunes, ika-29 ng Marso sa Kasarinlan Elementary School at Buena Park covered court. Tulad ng health care workers, ang mga senior citizens ay sumailalim sa profiling na nagbibigay ng karampatang impo...

Caloocan declares March 15 as 'Frontliners Day' 

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The Caloocan City Council passed an ordinance declaring March 15 every year as ‘Frontliners Day’ in the City, according to a report by Manila Bulletin. Caloocan City Councilor Howard A. Hernandez authored and co-authored by 1st District Councilor Vincent Ryan R. Malapitan and Majority f...

Caloocan recognizes outstanding individuals

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Mga natatanging indibidwal at organisasyon naman para sa taong ito ang binigyan pagkilala ng Pamahalaang Lungsod ng Caloocan sa isinagawang Monday flag-raising ceremony. Binigyan-parangal si Police Major Deo Dela Cruz ng Caloocan Police para sa larangan ng Peace and Order; Senior Inspector Jayce Ja...

Caloocan officials decry fake news 

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As the election season nears, several Caloocan City officials under the administration’s party have said “fake news” are being spread against them to discredit their efforts in the fight against the health crisis, according to a report by Manila Bulletin. In a video posted on Mayo...

Caloocan reports 20% decrease in crime rate

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Bumaba ng 20 porsyento ang naitalang crime rate sa lungsod ng Caloocan simula Oktubre 23, 2020 hanggang Enero 15, 2021, kumpara sa kaparehong petsa noong nakalipas na taon. Ito ang iniulat ni Caloocan Police chief Col. Samuel Mina sa Caloocan Peace and Order Council Meeting na ginanap ngayong araw ...

Caloocan taps Q-Bands for contact tracing 

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Caloocan City uses quarantine wristbands (Q-bands) to speed up contact tracing of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) patients. City Administrator Oliver Hernandez in a public briefing said the local government can now monitor the movement or the whereabouts of probable COVID-19 patients wearing Q-...

Caloocan to open 192-bed quarantine facility in school

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Caloocan City converted two buildings of a public elementary school into a 192-bed quarantine facility for patients infected with coronavirus disease. Mayor Oscar Malapitan on Saturday inspected the buildings at Tala Elementary School which will serve as temporary quarantine and treatment facility ...

Caloocan to penalize spitting, nose-blowing in public 

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Anyone who spits or blow one’s nose in public places in Caloocan City will be fined the sum of at least P1,000 or detained for at least 10 days. These penalties are contained in Ordinance No. 11-111 (The Anti-spitting Ordinance) passed by the city council which aims “to reduce the trans...

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