1. 3,550 new COVID-19 cases take Philippine tally close to 273,000-mark  ABS-CBN News
  2. COVID-19 cases in PH rise to 272,934 with 3,550 new infections  INQUIRER.net
  3. DOH records 3,550 new COVID-19 cases as tally approaches 273,000  CNN Philippines
  4. Philippines’ COVID-19 cases top 272,000 with 3,550 new infections  GMA News
  5. DOH: Gov’t earmarks P89.1M for WHO solidarity trials of COVID vaccines  INQUIRER.net
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The Philippines reported 3,550 additional COVID-19 cases on Wednesday, bringing the total to 272,934, as 53 areas in the country, according to a health official, were observed to have posted an increase in coronavirus infections. The Philippines reported 3,550 additional COVID-19 cases on Wednesday, bringing the total to 272,934, as 53 areas in the country, according to a health official, were observed to have posted an increase in coronavirus infections.

3,550 new COVID-19 cases take Philippine tally close to 273,000-mark | ABS-CBN News

MANILA (Reuters): The Philippines continues to negotiate supply deals with a wide range of Covid-19 vaccine makers, its health ministry said on Wednesday (Sept 16), despite its president scolding Western firms and saying he wanted Chinese and Russian vaccines.MANILA (Reuters): The Philippines continues to negotiate supply deals with a wide range of Covid-19 vaccine makers, its health ministry said on Wednesday (Sept 16), despite its president scolding Western firms and saying he wanted Chinese and Russian vaccines.

Covid-19 vaccine: Philippines to engage Western pharma firms, despite Duterte's anger | The Star

The Philippines' vaccine experts panel is not under pressure to give preference to COVID-19 vaccines made by Russia and China which are being preferred by President Duterte, the Department of Health (DoH) said.

PH vaccine experts not under pressure to give preference to Russia, China vaccines - DoH - Manila Bulletin

MANILA (REUTERS) - The Philippines continues to negotiate supply deals with a wide range of Covid-19 vaccine makers, its health ministry said on Wednesday (Sept 16), despite its president scolding Western firms and saying he wanted Chinese and Russian vaccines.. Read more at straitstimes.com.SE Asia News -MANILA (REUTERS) - The Philippines continues to negotiate supply deals with a wide range of Covid-19 vaccine makers, its health ministry said on Wednesday (Sept 16), despite its

Philippines still engaging Western pharma firms for Covid-19 vaccine, despite President Duterte anger, SE Asia News & Top Stories - The Straits Times

The DOH said that an approved budget of P89.1 million was earmarked for the WHO's “solidarity trials” for potential COVID-19 vaccines. The DOH said that an approved budget of P89.1 million was earmarked for the WHO's “solidarity trials” for potential COVID-19 vaccines. 

DOH: Gov't earmarks P89.1M for WHO solidarity trials of COVID vaccines | Inquirer News

The Department of Health reported on Wednesday that 3,550 more people in the country have been diagnosed with COVID-19, pushing the total case count closer to 273,000.The Department of Health reported on Wednesday that 3,550 more people in the country have been diagnosed with COVID-19, pushing the total case count closer to 273,000.

DOH records 3,550 new COVID-19 cases as tally approaches 273,000

The vaccine solidarity trial in the Philippines was scheduled to begin on the third week of October. The study is expected to last for 18 months.The vaccine solidarity trial in the Philippines was scheduled to begin on the third week of October. The study is expected to last for 18 months.

P89.1 million earmarked for WHO solidarity vaccine trials | Philstar.com

The Philippines’ coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) tally soared to 272,934 after the Department of Health (DOH) announced 3,550 new infections on Wednesday, the ninth straight day in which more than 3,000 new cases were reported.The Philippines’ coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) tally soared to 272,934 after the Department of Health (DOH) announced 3,550 new infections on Wednesday, the ninth straight day in which more than 3,000 new cases were reported.

Philippines’ COVID-19 cases top 272,000 with 3,550 new infections

The Philippines continues to negotiate supply deals with a wide range of COVID-19 vaccine makers, its health ministry said on Wednesday, despite its president scolding Western firms and saying he wanted Chinese and Russian vaccines. The Philippines, which has the most infections and second highest numberThe Philippines continues to negotiate supply deals with a wide range of COVID-19 vaccine makers, its health ministry said on Wednesday, despite its president scolding Western firms and saying he wanted Chinese and Russian vaccines. The Philippines, which has the most infections and second highest number

Philippines says engaging Western pharma firms, despite Duterte anger