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The Department of Trade and Industry has guidelines you need to follow.
You will be able to dine-in at your favorite restaurant and fast food joints again when the metro modifies its quarantine status again on June 16.According to a press release from the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI), the Inter-Agency Task Force against
Around 400,000 salon workers are expected to head back to work on June 7.
You can have that badly needed haircut by next week.Salons and barbershops are finally allowed to resume operations on June 7, Trade Secretary Ramon Lopez said on Saturday, May 20.However, they have to abide by “the very strict health protocol” set by the Inter-Agency
These businesses will finally be allowed to open under the general community quarantine.
It looks like life is easing back to almost-normal. The president Rodrigo Duterte announced yesterday, May 28, that Metro Manila will shift to a GCQ, or general community quarantine, come June 1. On almost total lockdown since mid-March, the GCQ would allow more non-essential
Finally, you can get a proper cut!
Since Metro Manila was placed under modified enhanced community quarantine (MECQ) on May 16, many businesses and establishments have been permitted to reopen, although industries still deemed dangerous or inessential such as cultural centers, fitness studios, and personal care establishments continue to be been banned
Here's how aspiring designers can try out for the same opportunity.
There’s never a dull moment for Philippine fashion as seven proudly Pinoy brands dominated the global stage once more at the Premiere Classe Trade Show in Paris last September 27 to 30. An annual gathering of high-end accessory brands at Paris Fashion
Preview's longest serving EIC takes on a new role.
The Center for International Trade Expositions and Missions (CITEM) officially announced its newly-appointed executive director, Pauline Suaco-Juan, last August 10. Pauline, who took her oath of office on the same day, was Preview's editor-in-chief for 14 years until she stepped down in 2016.Being an