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MANILA (UPDATED) – The Department of Health (DOH) on Friday confirmed that the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in the Philippines has reached 64. MANILA (UPDATED) – The Department of Health (DOH) on Friday confirmed that the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in the Philippines has reached 64.

DOH announces 12 new COVID-19 cases; PH total jumps to 64 | ABS-CBN News

“As I’ve said earlier tweet - Italy & the US did a temporary country lockdown, not a local one. If checkpoints will be set up in NCR to allow workers to come in Metro Manila... then why do a lockdown? It’s unncessary for the ordinary Filipino that just needs to go to work #covid19”

Karen Davila on Twitter: "As I’ve said earlier tweet - Italy & the US did a temporary country lockdown, not a local one. If checkpoints will be set up in NCR to allow workers to come in Metro Manila... then why do a lockdown? It’s unncessary for the ordinary Filipino that just needs to go to work #covid19"

“JUST IN Philippine authorities order a halt in travel in and out of Metro Manila for a month, starting March 15 until April 14, amid the continuing rise in cases of COVID-19. The government also raised the response… https://t.co/8ntkErd0Uf”

Cathy Yang on Twitter: "JUST IN Philippine authorities order a halt in travel in and out of Metro Manila for a month, starting March 15 until April 14, amid the continuing rise in cases of COVID-19. The government also raised the response… https://t.co/8ntkErd0Uf"

“Pres. Duterte says Philippine Covid-19 situation now in Code Red Sub Level 2, domestic land, air and sea travel to be suspended to and from Metro Manila beginning March 15, 2020.”

Raffy Tima on Twitter: "Pres. Duterte says Philippine Covid-19 situation now in Code Red Sub Level 2, domestic land, air and sea travel to be suspended to and from Metro Manila beginning March 15, 2020.… https://t.co/76OacZIC4C"

“Staff at the Asian Development Bank’s (ADB) headquarters in Manila, Philippines, are temporarily working from home from today following advice that a visitor to the Bank has tested positive for the coronavirus COVID-19. https://t.co/s85s0KSLz8 via @adb_HQ”

Chandan Sapkota on Twitter: "Staff at the Asian Development Bank’s (ADB) headquarters in Manila, Philippines, are temporarily working from home from today following advice that a visitor to the Bank has tested positive for the coronavirus COVID-19. https://t.co/s85s0KSLz8 via @adb_HQ"

Twelve additional cases of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) were reported by the Department of Health (DOH) on Friday night, bringing the total number of confirmed cases in the Philippines to 64.Twelve additional cases of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) were reported by the Department of Health (DOH) on Friday night, bringing the total number of confirmed cases in the Philippines to 64.

DOH announces 12 more COVID-19 cases; total confirmed cases in PH now 64 » Manila Bulletin News

Those who believe they have been exposed to the novel coronavirus should undergo a 14-day self-quarantine, the Department of Health has advised the public in order to contain the spread of COVID-19.Those who believe they have been exposed to the novel coronavirus should undergo a 14-day self-quarantine, the Department of Health has advised the public in order to contain the spread of COVID-19.

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To have optimism in such distressing time is not foolish, but rather a sign of strength. That was the sentiment most of the Filipino tech communities have shared with usTo have optimism in such distressing time is not foolish, but rather a sign of strength. That was the sentiment most of the Filipino tech communities have shared with us

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All the #Philippines #news you need to know for March 12, 2020. Philippine English news, Philippine business news, Philippines news today, Philippines latest news, Philippine news headlinesFilipino COVID-19 patient dies at Manila hospital, says DOH The Department of Health on Wednesday night confirmed reports that a Filipino COVID-19 patient has died in Manila. -- GMA Network DoH...

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Filipino COVID-19 patient dies at Manila hospital, says DOH The Department of Health on Wednesday night confirmed reports that a Filipino COVID-19 patient has died in Manila. -- GMA Network DoH...

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Covid-19 cases rise to 64Covid-19 cases rise to 64

Covid-19 cases rise to 64 - SUNSTAR

Three more COVID-19 patients in the Philippines have died, bringing the country’s disease death toll to five, the Department of Health says.Three more COVID-19 patients in the Philippines have died, bringing the country’s disease death toll to five, the Department of Health says.

Philippines records three new COVID-19 deaths

Selected hospitals known for their expertise in treating infectious diseases will begin validating the locally developed test kit for coronavirus disease or COVID-19 to make sure it is safe for public use, one of the product developers said Thursday. Selected hospitals known for their expertise in treating infectious diseases will begin validating the locally developed test kit for coronavirus disease or COVID-19 to make sure it is safe for public use, one of the product developers said Thursday.

Four hospitals to begin trial of local test kits for coronavirus

PhilHealth assured it is ready to shoulder local hospitals’ testing and other medical costs associated with the coronavirus disease.PhilHealth assured it is ready to shoulder local hospitals’ testing and other medical costs associated with the coronavirus disease.

PhilHealth assures enough funds for PH COVID-19 response

MANILA, Philippines — The Department of Health (DOH) on Wednesday (March 12) announced 16 additional positive cases of coronavirus disease (COVID-19). This brings the total number of confirmed cases in the country to 49. Meanwhile, a 67-year-old Filipino identified as patient 35 (PH35) has died of theMANILA, Philippines — The Department of Health (DOH) on Wednesday (March 12) announced 16 additional positive cases of coronavirus disease (COVID-19). This brings the total number of confirmed cases in the country to 49. Meanwhile, a 67-year-old Filipino identified as patient 35 (PH35) has died of the

PH reports first local death as coronavirus cases jump to 49

MANILA, Philippines – The Department of Health (DOH) on Friday confirmed 12 more cases of novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19), increasing the total number of infections in the country to 64.MANILA, Philippines – The Department of Health (DOH) on Friday confirmed 12 more cases of novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19), increasing the total number of infections in the country to 64. The DOH has yet to release the details of new positive cases, as of posting time. The department added it has deployed surveillance teams, with […]

COVID-19 cases in Philippines rise to 64 with 12 new patients - UNTV News | UNTV News

"We strongly urge our members and the public to fully cooperate with the government and our health workers in ensuring early detection and prompt response," the joint statement read."We strongly urge our members and the public to fully cooperate with the government and our health workers in ensuring early detection and prompt response," the joint statement read.

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The Department of Health orders all medical centers and hospitals in Luzon, including Metro Manila, to allot rooms for people suspected of having coronavirus disease or COVID-19.The Department of Health orders all medical centers and hospitals in Luzon, including Metro Manila, to allot rooms for people suspected of having coronavirus disease or COVID-19.

Hospitals in Luzon ordered to make room for suspected COVID-19 patients

The Philippines’ second fatality due to the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) died prior to receiving confirmation that she was infected with the disease, the Manila Doctors Hospital said Thursday.The Philippines’ second fatality due to the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) died prior to receiving confirmation that she was infected with the disease, the Manila Doctors Hospital said Thursday.

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