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WATCH: First OFW Hospital breaks ground anew

The first hospital exclusively for overseas Filipino workers and their families broke ground again in San Fernando, Pampanga. This is the second groundbreaking ceremony was held for the much anticipated OFW hospital which officials claim to offer free health services...

4 hurt in Fujairah road crash

A road accident involving a truck and car left four people with severe injuries. The incident occurred on Masafi-Fujairah Road on Monday, February 17. RELATED STORY: UAE launches awareness drive on road safety According to National Ambulance, an Asian man was in...

Hindu temple in Bur Dubai reopens following early morning fire

Two small novelty stores just below the Hindu temple in Bur Dubai, Dubai has caught fire on early Monday morning. Indian businessman and temple caretaker Vasu Shroff, quoted in a report by Khaleej Times, said that the temple did not sustain any damages. RELATED STORY:...

OFW wife sends husband to jail for concubinage charge

The husband of an overseas Filipina is now behind bars after he was caught by his wife sharing a passionate moment with his mistress in their home. The husband who was only named “Joel” in a GMA News report is facing charges of concubinage. His wife Aira (not her real...

PH Consulate in HK issues health advisory over viral pneumonia outbreak in China

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Jan. 06, 20 | 2:14 pm

The Hong Kong Centre for Health of the Department of Health through the Consulate General of the Philippines in Hong Kong has advised Filipinos to observe precautionary measures and maintain personal hygiene to prevent the spread of the still unidentified “viral pneumonia” that hit China. 
 
In an advisory released on Monday, they have advised those who are travelling outside Hong Kong to avoid touching animals including ‘wild game’ animals, such as a deer, pheasant, partridge, wild duck, wild boar, and other animals from the wild, poultry/birds or their droppings. Authorities discourage even the consumption of game meat.  
 
They were also advised to avoid wet markets, live poultry, markets or farms and making close contact with patients, especially those with symptoms of acute respiratory inspections. 
 
They also encourage good personal and environmental hygiene to prevent pneumonia and respiratory tract infection. 
 
As for those who have acquired fever or cough outside Hong Kong, they advised the wearing of a surgical mask and to seek medical advice at once. 

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WATCH: First OFW Hospital breaks ground anew

WATCH: First OFW Hospital breaks ground anew

The first hospital exclusively for overseas Filipino workers and their families broke ground again in San Fernando, Pampanga. This is the second groundbreaking ceremony was held for the much anticipated OFW hospital which officials claim to offer free health services...

4 hurt in Fujairah road crash

4 hurt in Fujairah road crash

A road accident involving a truck and car left four people with severe injuries. The incident occurred on Masafi-Fujairah Road on Monday, February 17. RELATED STORY: UAE launches awareness drive on road safety According to National Ambulance, an Asian man was in...

LOOK: Brother creates stunning ball gown for youngest sister

LOOK: Brother creates stunning ball gown for youngest sister

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WATCH: Manny Pacquiao sings a hilarious duet with Marcelito Pomoy

WATCH: Manny Pacquiao sings a hilarious duet with Marcelito Pomoy

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