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There's actually a special meaning behind it.
If you're obsessed with Itaewon Class, Hi Bye, Mama!, The King: Eternal Monarch, and other popular K-dramas, then chances are you've been following the cast on Instagram, too! And if you're a true-blue fan, then perhaps you've noticed that most of their
They put off their honeymoon in favor of serving in the frontlines.
With a seemingly endless battle awaiting them outside, two doctors took a much needed day off to say "I do." Dianne Ruedas and Paolo Bueno, an obstetrics-gynecology resident and a pediatric resident, respectively, who are both aiding in the frontlines, recently tied
Princess Sofia of Sweden is lending a hand.
Amid the unprecedented outbreak, Princess Sofia of Sweden has stepped up. After completing an intensive training course, the 35-year-old royal was enlisted as a medical assistant at the Sophiahemmet Hospital, of which she is the honorary chair. An image of her in
Dr. Abundio Balgos is being honored as a Living Hero by the J. Amado Araneta Foundation.
At least one good thing that has come out of the coronavirus pandemic is the display of bravery and heroism from ordinary people. Front healthcare frontliners to supermarket staff, from military and police personnel to garbage disposal workers, the crisis proves that
She dropped a "Four Sisters and a Wedding" reference! LOL!
Bea Alonzo is part of the long list of celebrities who have been lending a helping hand in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. The actress and her close friends recently co-founded I am HOPE, an organization currently dedicated to providing assistance to
They sang the gospel song he composed almost 35 years ago.
Composer-arranger Arnel de Pano, was one of six COVID-19 confirmed patients at the Marikina Valley Medical Center who had recovered from the disease and were discharged last April 3.Before he left the hospital, the frontliners saw it fit to serenade him with
They are honoring the heroes who work tirelessly every day in the midst of the pandemic.
The COVID-19 crisis has thrown millions of lives off course, and there's no real way of knowing exactly what the world order will look like once this pandemic eventually recedes. Those of us who are able to work from home realize that our situation
Most weddings may have been postponed, but this gesture brings back hope in the lives of these modern-day heroes.
The COVID-19 pandemic continues to take a toll on society, but numerous enterprises are stepping up to support everyone—from families to frontliners—in whatever way they can. Spanish bridal brand Pronovias, famous for its impeccable bridal gowns, just donated dresses to frontliners who are
We hope it brightened their day!
Amidst the challenges brought upon by the COVID-19 pandemic, some local beauty brands are doing their best to send positive vibes to the frontlines. Happy Skin and Teviant, for example, have been providing our beloved health workers with care packages to lift their
Let's do this!
Our frontliners are our modern-day heroes. They may not wear capes, but they crusade every single day to help out COVID-19 patients and more—despite the many risks of doing so. The least we can do is to extend a helping hand—and while
The proceeds will help purchase PPEs for health workers!
From sending food to frontliners to donating supplies to health workers, we know that many of you are trying to do your part to support those fighting the COVID-19 pandemic on the front lines even while you're stuck at home. There's no
The 27-year-old doctor and COVID-19 survivor will rejoin the frontlines after his first-hand encounter with the virus.
Doctor and researcher Renz Paas, a COVID-19 survivor, is willing to rejoin to the frontlines as soon as he can.In late March, the frontliner started experiencing dry coughing and shortness of breath, followed by anosmia (the loss of the sense of smell)
Bhasha Mukherjee has returned to the UK to fulfill her duty amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
After representing England in the Miss World pageant in 2019 and devoting herself to charities all over the globe, Bhasha Mukherjee has returned to the United Kingdom to resume her post as a doctor. Before the unprecedented coronavirus outbreak, her plan was to
"This style was made with the consideration of our women doctors and health workers so that they can go to the bathroom easily!"
Mich Dulce and team members of The Manila Protective Gear Sewing Club have come up with a design for two-piece personal protective equipment specifically designed for female health workers. "This style was made with the consideration of our women doctors and health workers so
This e-book is more than just a wonderfully drawn tribute.
They say art has no real, practical use—but in times as hard as this, it might be one of the last few things we can hold on to. One book has been made in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, First There Were
He's brightening up these trying times with a vibrant dash of color.
In these difficult times, it's hard to find even a sliver of good news anywhere you look. Still, in the midst of the bleak grayness the COVID-19 pandemic has brought upon our country, Filipino fashion designer Adrian Pe's fun, colorful, rainbow-hued PPE
Meet the designers behind "Fashion for Frontliners."
In light of the scarcity of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), which serves as our frontliners’ first line of defense, some fashion designers have been pooling in their talent and resources to help manufacture these essential garments.Fashion for Frontliners is the latest team
Nicko Bautista perished along with seven others in a tragic accident.
In a shocking twist of events, a doctor, a nurse, and a paramedic died last night, March 29, after the plane they were riding caught fire on the runway. They were part of a group of eight who was on a medEvac mission to Haneda, Japan.
The food drive is for medical and local government staff.
In times of uncertainty, it’s easy to get restless—especially when you’re told to just stay home. But sticking to the community quarantine isn’t all you can do now—you can always help out our frontliners without leaving your house. There are apps that