1. SC junks plea for mass-testing: We can't tell gov't how to do its job  Rappler
  2. SC on call for ‘proactive’ mass testing: It cannot tell how gov’t should do its job  INQUIRER.net
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  4. Supreme Court junks petition seeking COVID-19 mass testing  GMA News
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In another dissent, Associate Justice Marvic Leonen says the Supreme Court could have at least required comment from the Duterte government on an issue with 'far-reaching implications'In another dissent, Associate Justice Marvic Leonen says the Supreme Court could have at least required comment from the Duterte government on an issue with 'far-reaching implications'

The government cannot be compelled to conduct mass testing "no matter how dire the emergency" because there is no law requiring them...The government cannot be compelled to conduct mass testing "no matter how dire the emergency" because there is no law requiring them...

SC on call for 'proactive' mass testing: It cannot tell how gov't should do its job | Inquirer News

In yet another outright dismissal, the Supreme Court has rejected the plea of a group of health advocates urging the Philippine government to conduct free mass testing for the coronavirus. In yet another outright dismissal, the Supreme Court has rejected the plea of a group of health advocates urging the Philippine government to conduct free mass testing for the coronavirus.

Supreme Court junks plea for free mass testing | ABS-CBN News

In a September 1 resolution, the high court en banc said the petitioners, who represent various sectors from medical frontliners to public utility drivers, failed to show that they are entitled to the extraordinary writ of mandamus. The court dismissed the petition without requiring the respondent government officials to comment.In a September 1 resolution, the high court en banc said the petitioners, who represent various sectors from medical frontliners to public utility drivers, failed to show that they are entitled to the extraordinary writ of mandamus. The court dismissed the petition without requiring the respondent government officials to comment.

Supreme Court junks petition seeking COVID-19 mass testing

The Supreme Court dismissed the petition filed by a group from different sectors asking the tribunal to compel the government to conduct mass testing for COVID-19, saying that it cannot dictate a different branch of government on how to do its task.The Supreme Court dismissed the petition filed by a group from different sectors asking the tribunal to compel the government to conduct mass testing for COVID-19, saying that it cannot dictate a different branch of government on how to do its task.

SC dismisses petition for COVID-19 mass testing | Philstar.com