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PH reports 70 new COVID-19 recoveries; total now at 3979

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Jun. 01, 20 | 2:39 pm

The Department of Health reported that the Philippines has reached 3,979 coronavirus disease (COVID-19) recoveries, as it confirmed 70 patients who have successfully recouped from the virus.

DOH has also confirmed 552 new cases—the country’s highest increase yet—bringing the total number to 18,638

In addition, DOH reported 3 new deaths from the disease, bringing the total death toll to 960.

President Rodrigo Duterte has placed Metro Manila under general community quarantine (GCQ) from June 1 to 15.

Under GCQ, commercial and industrial activities are allowed to resume operations—such as agriculture, manufacturing, clinics, logistics, water, banks, energy, telecommunications, and media sectors. Malls and restaurants, meanwhile, will be allowed but with a few restrictions.

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PH reports 70 new COVID-19 recoveries; total now at 3979

PH reports 70 new COVID-19 recoveries; total now at 3979

The Department of Health reported that the Philippines has reached 3,979 coronavirus disease (COVID-19) recoveries, as it confirmed 70 patients who have successfully recouped from the virus. DOH has also confirmed 552 new cases—the country’s highest increase...

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UAE-based Filipina frontliner: Having COVID-19 made me a better nurse

A UAE-based Filipina nurse who recently recovered from coronavirus disease (COVID-19) said that surviving the disease has taught her to become a better frontliner, and made stronger than ever before. In an exclusive interview with The Filipino Times, Niña Michelle...

PH officials warn Filipinos in US to avoid areas of unrest

PH officials warn Filipinos in US to avoid areas of unrest

The Philippine Embassy in the United States urges Filipinos to be vigilant and wary of their surroundings as mass protests and unrest rage on the streets over police brutality and killing of George Floyd. The embassy reported that no Filipinos had been hurt in any...

LOOK: Dubai Airport introduces PPE vending machines

LOOK: Dubai Airport introduces PPE vending machines

Dubai has recently introduced another method for travellers to stay safe when they board planes through Dubai Airports with the launch of vending machines where passengers can easily purchase personal protective equipment (PPE). A post from the Dubai Media Office...

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