1. Palace concedes PH won’t beat UP’s COVID-19 forecast by end-July  INQUIRER.net
  2. 'Major changes' expected in PH COVID-19 pandemic response, Palace says  CNN Philippines
  3. Duterte may announce major changes in gov't COVID-19 response Thursday —Roque  GMA News
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  5. Duterte to announce new community quarantine measures on July 30  ABS-CBN News
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COVID-19 cases more than doubled since June, and Malacañang said the country will not likely beat the UP prediction of 85K case by end-July.COVID-19 cases more than doubled since June, and Malacañang said the country will not likely beat the UP prediction of 85K case by end-July.

Palace concedes PH won't beat UP's COVID-19 forecast by end-July | Inquirer News

The Philippines reported nearly 4,000 new coronavirus cases on Thursday, a record daily jump in infections for the fourth time this month, just as President Rodrigo Duterte prepared to announce a major shift in his government's COVID-19 response.The Philippines reported nearly 4,000 new coronavirus cases on Thursday, a record daily jump in infections for the fourth time this month, just as President Rodrigo Duterte prepared to announce a major shift in his government's COVID-19 response.

Philippines sees record jump in COVID-19 cases as govt plans new strategy - Reuters

The Philippines reported nearly 4,000 new coronavirus cases on Thursday, a record daily jump in infections for the fourth time this month, just as President Rodrigo Duterte prepared to announce a major shift in his government's COVID-19 response.The Philippines reported nearly 4,000 new coronavirus cases on Thursday, a record daily jump in infections for the fourth time this month, just as President Rodrigo Duterte prepared to announce a major shift in his government's COVID-19 response.

Philippines sees record jump in COVID-19 cases as govt plans new strategy | Reuters

Read more about Will Duterte regime be coronavirus's next victim after failing on 2 fronts on Business Standard. Even as failure has dogged the public health front, incompetence has marked the administration's response to the economic crisis triggered by the lockdownEven as failure has dogged the public health front, incompetence has marked the administration's response to the economic crisis triggered by the lockdown

Will Duterte regime be coronavirus's next victim after failing on 2 fronts | Business Standard News

The country's testing czar says the number of tested individuals are expected to nearly double in August as more laboratories open.The country's testing czar says the number of tested individuals are expected to nearly double in August as more laboratories open.

Dizon sees 2 million Filipinos tested by August

Malacañang thanked China on Thursday for making the Philippines one of the priority recipients of its COVID-19 vaccine. Presidential spokesman Harry Roque made the statement after Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Wang Wenbin said that China will first consider the Philippines' request for access to successful COVID-19 vaccines.

Palace thanks Beijing for prioritizing PH in virus vaccine - Manila Bulletin

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“Ang situation natin sa Pilipinas, dapat ‘di i-compare sa ibang bansa kasi iba iyong political situation doon at iba rin ang culture,” Secretary Carlito Galvez told reporters in a briefing when asked why the country cannot seem to manage to bring the viral disease under control unlike its neighbors Vietnam, Thailand and Singapore.“Ang situation natin sa Pilipinas, dapat ‘di i-compare sa ibang bansa kasi iba iyong political situation doon at iba rin ang culture,” Secretary Carlito Galvez told reporters in a briefing when asked why the country cannot seem to manage to bring the viral disease under control unlike its neighbors Vietnam, Thailand and Singapore.

Galvez: Do not compare PH’s COVID-19 situation to other countries

Tens of thousands of drivers and delivery riders of ride-hailing firm Grab could now get tested for coronavirus at no cost, Philippines' testing czar Vince Dizon said Thursday.Tens of thousands of drivers and delivery riders of ride-hailing firm Grab could now get tested for coronavirus at no cost, Philippines' testing czar Vince Dizon said Thursday.

Free coronavirus testing for 60,000 Grab drivers, delivery riders

“The mortality rate is below world average. We’re more or less around two percent. So, we can’t say we’ve been an absolute failure.”“The mortality rate is below world average. We’re more or less around two percent. So, we can’t say we’ve been an absolute failure.”

Spox. Roque: Fight Vs. COVID-19 Still ‘Successful’ | PAGEONE

Metro Manila mayors suggest keeping the region under GCQ for first two weeks of August, while local implementer and Environment Secretary Roy Cimatu recommends easing Cebu City to the same status after weeks of tight lockdowns.Metro Manila mayors suggest keeping the region under GCQ for first two weeks of August, while local implementer and Environment Secretary Roy Cimatu recommends easing Cebu City to the same status after weeks of tight lockdowns.

Authorities recommend placing Metro Manila, Cebu City under GCQ by August 1

The number of coronavirus infections in the Philippines rose to more than 85,000 yesterday, surpassing China’s total confirmed caseload, as the Health MinistryThe number of coronavirus infections in the Philippines rose to more than 85,000 yesterday, surpassing China’s total confirmed caseload, as

Virus caseload tops 85,000 as health system struggles

Malacaang on Wednesday said there is no reason to celebrate as the country reported 1,874 new COVID-19 cases, bringing total infections to 85,486, which surpassed the University of the Philippines OCTA Research Group projection of 85,000 by July 31 with two days to spare.Malacaang on Wednesday said there is no reason to celebrate as the country reported 1,874 new COVID-19 cases, bringing total infections to 85,486, which surpassed the University of the Philippines OCTA Research Group projection of 85,000 by July 31 with two days to spare.

Virus cases surpass 85,000 - Manila Standard Mobile

MANILA – With the pooled testing method approved “in principle”, Malacañang on Wednesday said persons only have to pay as low as PHP300 to get tested for coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19).Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque said pool or batch testing makes use of...MANILA – With the pooled testing method approved “in principle”, Malacañang on Wednesday said persons only have to pay as low as PHP300 to get tested for coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19).Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque said pool or batch testing makes use of...

Pool testing to cut Covid-19 test cost to P300: Palace | Philippine News Agency

There will be no declaration of victory for Malacañang this time as it admitted that the Philippines won't beat a University of the Philippines prediction that it would have 85,000 coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) cases by the end of the month.There will be no declaration of victory for Malacañang this time as it admitted that the Philippines won't beat a University of the Philippines prediction that it would have 85,000 coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) cases by the end of the month.

Palace admits Philippines won't beat UP prediction | Philstar.com

MANILA (UPDATE) - Coronavirus infections in the Philippines breached the 85,000-mark on Wednesday, as projected by researchers from the University of the Philippines and surpassing mainland China’s cumulative tally of the disease. MANILA (UPDATE) - Coronavirus infections in the Philippines breached the 85,000-mark on Wednesday, as projected by researchers from the University of the Philippines and surpassing mainland China’s cumulative tally of the disease.

At 85,486, coronavirus infections in PH surpass mainland China’s tally | ABS-CBN News

President Rodrigo Duterte may announce Thursday night major changes in the government’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic, spokesperson Harry Roque said Wednesday, adding that “things will not be the same.”President Rodrigo Duterte may announce Thursday night major changes in the government’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic, spokesperson Harry Roque said Wednesday, adding that “things will not be the same.”

Duterte may announce major changes in gov't COVID-19 response Thursday —Roque

The Palace said that Metro Manila “will be a living experiment” in terms of the government’s response towards COVID-19 as cases reached the eightieth thousand mark of total count early this week. In a televised interview, presidential spokesperson Harry Roque was asked if there was a big chance that the National Capital Region, which has been […]

'Lives are at stake': Roque hit for saying Metro Manila is 'living experiment' in gov't COVID-19 response

President Rodrigo Duterte might announce “major changes” in the government’s response to the coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19), Malacañang said on Wednesday as the number of infections continues to rise. Palace spokesman Harry Roque Jr. said the National Task Force Covid-19 already has a recommendation to Duterte, but it is subject to appeal by local government […]

Duterte eyes major changes in Covid fight – The Manila Times

The Philippines has reported an additional 1874 confirmed coronavirus cases, bringing the national tally to 85,486.The Philippines has reported an additional 1874 confirmed coronavirus cases, bringing the national tally to 85,486.

Philippines virus case numbers top 85,000 | SBS News

The governments response against COVID-19 will undergo major changes as the number of infections nationwide continues to rise, Palace spokesman Harry Roque said Wednesday.The governments response against COVID-19 will undergo major changes as the number of infections nationwide continues to rise, Palace spokesman Harry Roque said Wednesday.

‘Major changes’ in COVID fight set - Manila Standard Mobile

MANILA - The Philippines now has more cases of Covid-19 than China, where the coronavirus that causes this disease was first reported, with the Health Ministry reporting that hospitals are already "close to being overwhelmed".. Read more at straitstimes.com.SE Asia News -MANILA - The Philippines now has more cases of Covid-19 than China, where the coronavirus that causes this disease was first reported, with the Health Ministry reporting that hospitals

Philippines now has more coronavirus cases than China, but presses on with reopening, SE Asia News & Top Stories - The Straits Times

MANILA, Philippines – New community quarantine classifications that would take effect in Metro Manila and other parts of the country in August will be announced by President Rodrigo Duterte before Friday, Malacañang said. In a televised briefing on Thursday, Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque saidMANILA, Philippines – New community quarantine classifications that would take effect in Metro Manila and other parts of the country in August will be announced by President Rodrigo Duterte before Friday, Malacañang said. In a televised briefing on Thursday, Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque said

Duterte to announce new quarantine status before August 1 – Palace

Task force spokesman Harry Roque says there are ‘major changes’ in the government’s strategy. Here’s what we know of it so far.Task force spokesman Harry Roque says there are ‘major changes’ in the government’s strategy. Here’s what we know of it so far.

COVID-19 cases in Philippines surge to 85,486 with 1,874 new infections - Xinhua | English.news.cn

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The Department of Health confirms 1,874 new COVID-19 cases on Wednesday, July 29, raising the active cases in the country to 56,528The Department of Health confirms 1,874 new COVID-19 cases on Wednesday, July 29, raising the active cases in the country to 56,528

Like Trump in the U.S. and Bolsonaro in Brazil, the Philippine strongman's utter failure to contain COVID-19 may kneecap his authoritarian ambitions.Like Trump in the U.S. and Bolsonaro in Brazil, the Philippine strongman's utter failure to contain COVID-19 may kneecap his authoritarian ambitions.

Could the Duterte Regime Be COVID-19's Next Victim? - FPIF

New community quarantine classifications that would take effect in Metro Manila and other parts of the country in August will be announced by President Rodrigo Duterte before Friday, Malacañang said.MANILA, Philippines – New community quarantine classifications that would take effect in Metro Manila and other parts of the country in August will be announced by President Rodrigo Duterte before Friday, Malacañang said. In a televised briefing on Thursday, Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque said the Inter-Agency Task Force for the Management of Emerging Infectious Diseases […]

Duterte to announce new quarantine status before August 1 – Palace - UNTV News | UNTV News