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You only have until September 30.
With only a month left before the voter's registration deadline, people are scrambling to finalize their records and make sure that they can vote in the upcoming 2022 Philippine presidential election. It doesn't help that about eight months were lost in the
You can book an appointment online.
Filipinos can now apply online for an international vaccination certification at the Bureau of Quarantine, which can be used as a medical document for essential or emergency travel. The International Certificate of Vaccination or ICV is also called a Carte Jaune or Yellow
Official guidelines have just been announced.
The Department of Tourism, in a statement, urged their stakeholders, particularly the hotel operators, travel agencies and airlines, to allow affected guests to rebook without charges.*This story originally appeared on Spot.ph. Minor edits have been made by the Preview.ph editors.Preview is now on
Keep these in mind.
Metro Manila will be under the strictest enhanced community quarantine or ECQ from Aug. 6 to 20, Malacañang announced Friday to thwart the spread of the highly contagious Delta variant of coronavirus.But until Aug. 5, the capital region will remain under general
These are the most basic IDs you need for adulting.
In almost all transactions in your adulting journey, you'll need a valid ID. Most establishments ask for at least two before processing your requests. Oftentimes, you'll need a valid ID too to get another valid ID.Issued by the PHLPost, a postal ID
The breakdown is based on the President's first COVID-19 report to Congress.
The details of the P275 billion emergency fund for COVID-19 have been summarized in a document titled “Report to the Joint Congressional Oversight Committee Pursuant to Section 5 of Republic Act No. 11469, Otherwise Known as the Bayanihan to Heal as One
It will last for a period of six months.
Last Tuesday night, March 17, President Rodrigo Duterte declared a state of calamity in the Philippines to control the rapid spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in the country. As of this writing, the Philippines has a total of 187 confirmed COVID-19 cases, with 14 deaths