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Taiwan is now sending 10 million of masks to the world



The 10 million masks from Taiwan are now ready to ship to the world. As mentioned by President Tsai Ing-wen last Wednesday that the government of Taiwan will donate 10 million masks to seriously affected countries due to COVID-19 pandemic.

The 10 member countries of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), as well as India, Pakistan, Nepal, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Bhutan, Australia, and New Zealand, will received masks according to MOFA. While Philippines is expected to received a large amount of masks in views of its population.

The United States, 11 European nations, countries in Latin America and the Caribbean is also included in the list of beneficiaries of Taiwan's campaign. "Taiwan can help, and Taiwan is helping," slogan.

Taiwan has increased its production of face masks, the country has the ability to give masks to those countries that experiencing the lack of medical supplies because of coronavirus.

On Tuesday, Taiwan's Ministry of Economic Affairs announced Taiwan's daily surgical mask output has hit 13 million.

The current daily output is more than four times the amount that Taiwan was capable of producing in early February, when Taiwan produced an average of 3.2 million surgical masks per day.

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BREAKING: DOH reports additional 206 new COVID-19 cases, now has a total of 4,076 cases in the Philippines



Nakumpirma ng Department of Health na mayroon 206 bagong kaso ng COVID-19 sa bansa, sa kabuuang 4,076 na ang nagpositibo sa virus.

Naitala din ng DOH na mayroon din 21 namatay ngayong Huwebes ng 4pm (April 9), 203 na lahat ang namamatay sa bansa.

28 pasyente naman ang gumaling na sa COVID-19 ngayong araw ng Huwebes, kaya 124 na ang kabuuang gumaling sa sakit.


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LOOK: Isang Nurse piniling kumain sa gilid ng kalsada upang makaiwas sa diskriminasyon



Sa kaliwa't kanang batikos, pangungutya o minsan umaabot pa sa pisikal pananakit ang inaabot ng ating mga frontliners. Madalas silang iniiwasan ng mga tao. kaya naman itong nurse ay pinili nalang kumain sa gilid ng kalsada upang lumayo sa mga tao at hindi na makaranas pa ng diskriminasyon.

Ayon sa original na sender mula kay Carlo, " Nakakaiyak naman tingnan to. Viral ngayon ang Larawan ng isang Bayaning #Frontliner na sa takot siguro mapahiya, o madisgrasya sa kamay ng mga taong mababa ang utak. Sa tabi na lang kumakain.. Buwis buhay sila para sa kaligtasan natin, pero anong iginanti ninyo sa kanila, pangungutya, pamamahiya at minsan umabot pa physical abuse ang inyong ginawa. #Mabuhay kayong lahat na mga #frontliner. Sobrang hanga ako sa mga sakripisyo nyo para sa mga kababayan na kung tutuusin hindi deserving sa #Sacrifices ninyo!!
Take care always po ! ❤"


Sana huwag na po nating hayaang makaranas sila ng diskriminasyon. hindi po kalakihang ang sinasahod ng mga yan pero iniaalay nila ang buhay nila para sa bayan lalo ng ngayon na lubos silang kailangan ng taong bayan. Mabuhay po kayo mga Frontliners.
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Isang kawawang matanda na naglalakad sa kahabaan ng NLEX patungong Manila binigyan ng libreng sakay ng isang Doktor



Isang matandang lalaki ang naglakad mula sa Pampanga patungong Manila ang nadaanan ng isang nagmagandang loob upang isakay siya. Ayon sa pagkukwento ng lalaki, siya ay papuntang Manila para humingi ng tulong sa kapatid niya

Ayon kay Dr. Sherwin Enriquez na isang medical doctor sa PGH. Nadaanan niya si Orlando Fuentes nasa 65 yrs old at walang dalang pagkain o pera. Ang ginagawa daw ng matanda para pagtawid ng gutom ay namimitas ito ng mangga sa gilid ng kalsada madaanan.


Naging emosyonal ang matanda ng pasakayin ito ni Dr. Enriquez. Nang tinanong niya ang matanda kung bakit ito naglalakad sa kahabaan ng NLEX. " walang masakyan" kwento niya habang nangingilid ang luha. At ayon sa kanya ay patungo siya sa Cubao, QC para manghingi ng tulong sa kanyang kapatid. Habang nagkwento ang matanda ay hawak niya sa kanang kamay niya ang binalatang mangga at ilang pirasong nasa supot.

" I decided to give him a ride and five minutes later, he was already sleeping," ayon kay Dr. Enriquez. Pagkadating nila sa Bocaue Exit ay ipinaubaya na ng doktor sa mga awtoridad ang matanda bilang pagsunod sa umiiral na regulasyon ng Enhanced Community Quarantine. Pero bago pa man ito umalis ay binigyan niya ng isang pack ng biscuit at kaunting pera.
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DOH: 152 Doctors and 63 nurses are confirmed positive of COVID-19



BREAKING NEWS: Naglabas ng ulat ang Department of Health ngayong araw ng Miyerkules, Abril 8, ayon sa ahensya aabot sa mahigit 200 Doctor at Nurse ang nahawaan ng COVID-19 basi sa isinagawang pagsusuri sa mga Health Workers sa bansa.

Ayon sa DOH nasa 252 na health Workers ang nagpositibo, 152 ay pawang mga doktor at 63 naman ay mga Nurses. Ang iba ay hindi pinangalanan ng ahensya kung saang sektor ng Health profession.
Ito ang kauna-unahang pagkakataon kung saan naglabas ang ahensya ng datus ng kasalukuyang kalagayan ng Health Workers sa bansa.


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An Italian Priest in Taiwan was thankful after receiving NT$120 million as donations for COVID-19 in Italy



Sa loob lamang ng anim na araw ay nakalikom ng aabot sa NT$120 million (US$3.97 million) na halaga si Fr. Giuseppe Didone ng Camillian Saint Mary's Hospital sa Luodong. Siya ay nanawagan ng tulong sa Taiwan upang makalikom ng pambili ng mga emergency kits at equipment para sa kanilang bansa sa Italy na lubhang tinamaan ng COVID-19.

Dahil sa labis labis na tulong na natanggap ng pari ay hininto na niya ng pagtanggap ng donasyon. Aniya ay sobra-sobra na ang biyayang natanggap niya mula sa mga tao. Aabot sa 20,000 katao ng nagpaabot ng tulong kay Fr. Didone kaya agad naabot niya ng target amount.

Ayon sa kanya ibibili niya ito ng medical provision, surgical masks, at protective gowns para sa mga medical personnel sa Italy. Bibili daw siya sa Taiwan ng mga kagamitan na hindi bawal ilabas sa Taiwan at kung ano ang naayon sa batas. Ang iba ay bibilhin nalang sa ibang bansa.

"In the last few days, I've seen a late-stage cancer patient come to the hospital to make a donation. I've seen an old vegetable vendor waiting in line to donate surgical face masks and some of her earnings. Can you imagine how it has moved me to see this? The outpouring of support from Taiwanese society has "made me even more certain of the reason I decided to spend my life here," ayon kay Fr. Didone. 

Si Fr. Didone ay ginawaran ng Taiwan Citizenship noong taong 2017 at nanilbihan sa Taiwan mula noong 1965 at nakapagpatayo ng isang Special Care Center para sa mga "disable" sa Penghu at Yilan Counties at kasalukuyang nakatalaga sa Camillian Saint Mary's Hospital sa Luodong.
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LOOK: TAIWAN has reported 3 confirmed cases of COVID-19, all are imported



TAIPEI — Taiwan confirmed three new Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) cases Tuesday (April 7), bringing the total for the country up to 376.

The imported cases numbered three in all, while no local case transmissions was reported, the Central Epidemic Command Center (CECC) said at its daily news conference.

Of the 376 infections, a total of 324 had been imported from overseas, with 52 domestic transmissions.The total also includes five deaths and 50 patients who have returned home after treatment at hospitals.


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Isang pastor na nagsasagawa ng Church Service hinuli


Isang pastor sa Cagayan de Oro ang inaresto matapos magsagawa ng Church Service na dinaluhan ng aabot sa 500 miyembro.

Inaresto ng mga awtoridad noong Linggo, Abril 5, ang isang pastor dahil hindi pagsunod sa umiiral na Community Quarantine.

Naabutan ng mga awtoridad na aabot sa 500 ang dumalo at karamihan dito ay matatanda. Sa nakuhang video ng Cagayan de Oro Regulatory Compliance Board na sumama sa operasyon, nakita nilang hindi nasusunod ang social distancing sa pagtitipon.

Agad naman kinuha ang lahat ng listahan ng dumalo at aalamin kung may PUM. At samantala ang pastor ay nahaharap kaso ng paglabag sa Republic Actc11332 o Public Health Concern Act.
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President Duterte "Inclined" to extend COVID-19 quarantine to April 30



Dahil patapos na ang halos isang buwang "enhanced community quarantine" sa Luzon at iba't-ibang panig ng Pilipinas, at lalong dumarami ang kaso ng COVID-19 sa bansa, ngayong gabi ay nagbigay ulat muli si Presidente Duterte sa mga tao na ang "enhanced community quarantined" ay nakatakdang palawigin haggang Abril 30, 2020.

"We are inclined to extend the lockdown up to April 30. Tingnan natin after that," ayon kay President Duterte.

"In the meantime, mag-double time kami doon sa tinatawag na ninyong middle class," ayon sa pangulo.

Matatandaang sumulat si Cavite Governor Remulla sa pangulo na kung pwede isali ang Middle class income sa Amelioration na ipinamamahagi sa mga mahihirap.
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Taiwan’s effort to combat COVID-19 is being praised globally



Sa pagtatapos ng Qingming Festival ngayong araw sa Taiwan ay nagsagawa ng disinfection ang Environment Protection Administration sa mga malalaking pasyalan sa buong Taiwan.

Sa kabila ng banta ng COVID-19 dumagsa ang mga tao sa mga malalaking pasyalan sa mga nakaraang apat na araw na "Tomb Sweeping Festival"

Pinuri ng International Community ang paghawak ng pandemic COVID-19 sa kanilang bansa. Sa kabila ng hindi pagtulong ng World Health Organization sa kanilang bansa ay naging matagumpay ang paghawak ng kaso ng kanilang awtoridad.

Simula noong Enero bago pa man magsimula ang Chinese New Year ay nagpadala ng mensahe ang Health Department ng Taiwan sa WHO hinggil sa banta ng local transmission ng sakit, ngunit hindi ito pinansin dahil hindi kasapi ang bansang Taiwan. Maraming beses ng umapela na isali ang Taiwan kahit observer status lang ngunit naging bingi ang liderato ng WHO.

Ang populasyon ng Taiwan ay tinatayang 24 milyon halos kaparehas ng bansang Australia ngunit kung titingnan ang estado ng pagharap ng bansang Taiwan sa COVID-19 ay di hamak na naging maganda ang paghawak nito. Sa kasalukuyan ay mayroong mayroon lamang 363 na kaso ng COVID-19 ang Taiwan samantala ang Australia ay nasa mahigit 5,000.

Naging maagap ang Taiwan sa pagharap sa sakit dahil sa naging karanasan nila ng lubhang tamaan ng sakit na SARS noong 2003. Naging matagumpay ang bansa sa pagpapatupad ng mga regulasyon hinggil sa pagsugpo ng Wuhan coronavirus. Pagmumulta ng matataas na parusa sa mga lalabag sa Home quarantine at hindi pagsuot ng Face maks sa mga pampublikong sasakyan.

Naging maaga ang pag-agap ng bansang Taiwan sa paglaban sa COVID-19. Paghigpit sa kanilang mga boarders ang unang naging hakbang kaya napigilan ang paglaganap ng sakit.

Ang bansang Taiwan ang numero uno sa buong mundo pagdating sa Health System. At sa kabila ng banta ng pandemic COVID-19 ay hindi nagpatupad ng Lockdown at dahil sa kooperasyon ng mamamayan ay masasabing isa sila sa mga bansang naging matagumpay sa pagsugpo ng COVID-19.

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Philippines recorded 8 new deaths of COVID-19, total confirmed cases climbed to 3,246



Araw ng Linggo, Abril 5, 2020. Nadagdagan ng walo ang nasawi sa COVID-19 ngayong araw ayon sa DOH at nagtala naman ng 152 na bagong kaso ng COVID-19 ang bansa.

Ayon sa DOH sa kasalukuyan ay umabot na sa 19,585 na indibidwal ang sumailalim sa pagsusuri kasama na dito ang mga magpositibo. Ayon kay Health Undersecretary Rosette Vergeire.

"Tayo po ay nakapag-test na ng 19,585 individuals. Kasama po sa bilang na ito ang mga test na ginagawa sa ating mga pasyenteng COVI-19 positive. Sila po ay paulit-ulit na tine-test upang ma-monitor po ang progreso ng kanilang kalusugan." ayon kay Vergeire.

Ayon sa kay Usec. Vergeire 83 porsyento na sumailalim sa pagsusuri ay naging negatibo ang resulta.

Sa ngayon, nagtala ng 152 na bagong bilang ng COVID-19 sa bansa at nasa 3,246 na ang kabuuang bilang ng nahawaan sa bansa. At nasa 64 na bilang ng gumaling sa sakit.
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INC donated 10 million worth of Medical Equipment and open its biggest indoor arena for COVID-19



Aabot sa halagang 10 milyong piso ang naibigay na ng Iglesia ni Cristo para sa mga Frontliners sa mga publiko at pribadong ospital ng Quezon City. Ito'y ayon INC general auditor Glicerio Santos Jr.

“We’re distributing these necessities to all public hospitals in Quezon City to address the urgent needs of our medical frontliners. We’re doing our own effort to lessen their vulnerability to the virus when they’re performing their tasks,” sabi ni INC general auditor Glicerio Santos Jr.

“Ka Eduardo has told us that rather than face this threat with fear, we should confront it with action– – and this is why the church has chosen to help the government and our countrymen in any way we can,” dagdag ni Santos.

Kamakailan ay binuksan na rin nila ang kanilang pinakamalaking Arena sa may Bocaue Bulacan upang gawing "mega medical facility" bilang tulong sa pamahalaan sa pagsugpo ng nakamamatay na sakit na COVID-19

Dagdag pa ni Santos, "INC executive minister Brother Eduardo Manalo directed the church to be “all out” in its aid and assistance efforts to prevent the spread of the virus, which has hit various areas in Quezon City as well as opening up the use of the Philippine Arena in Bulacan to be used by the government in fighting the disease."

Bukod sa mga medical equipment ay nagbigay na rin ng tulong ang INC na aabot sa 5 milyon sa opisina ni Mayor Joy Belmonte para sa Quezon City at 3 milyon naman para sa siyudad ng Davao.
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A unstoppable priest go around the city to blessed this Palm Sunday despite of COVID-19 concerns



Sa kabila ng Pandemic COVID-19 at Enhanced Community Quarantine na pinapairal sa bansa ay nagawa pa rin ng isang pare sa Diocese ng Borongan na basbasan ang mga palaspas ng buong siyudad.

Gamit ang isang tricycle na ginagamit sa panghakot ng basura ay umikot si Fr. Niel Tenefrancia sa kanyang mga nasasakupan upang bigyan basbas ang mga residenteng matiyagang nag-abang sa labas ng kani-kanilang mga bahay na may mga nakawagayway na palaspas.

“This is what we need today: the creativity of love.” -Pope Francis (Message for Holy Week 2020)

"We can use garbage-collection vehicles for processions. 😀" ayon kay Fr. Niel






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303 distressed OFW who availed amnesty arrived from Kuwait



Dumating kaninang hating gabi ang 303 distressed OFW sa NAIA Terminal 1 mula sa bansang Kuwait.

Dahil sa ipinatutupad na Amnesty Program simula Abril 1-5, 2020 ng bansang Kuwait. Umabot na sa 303 na distressed OFW ang naka-avail ng amnesty ayon sa Department of Foreign Affairs ng Pilipinas.

Ayon sa ahensya, nagbigay ng Amnesty Program ang bansang Kuwait para sa mga "undocumented workers" at mga may "absconding cases" para makasama nila ang kani-kanilang pamilya sa gitna ng pandemic COVID-19.

Hinihikayat naman ng embahada ng Pilipinas sa Middle East na makiisa ang lahat ng mga OFW na walang kaukulang dokumento, mga umalis sa kani-kanilang trabaho. Sa araw ng Abril 5, ay inaasahan ng pamahalaan na dadami pa ang bilang nga mga Pilipinong uuwi sa bansa kaya inaasahan din nila ang dagdag flights patungong Pilipinas.

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A 5 years old boy in Taiwan undergo "breathalyzing" test after colliding bicycle into Tesla car



Viral ngayon sa Social Media sa Taiwan ang isang 5 taong gulang na bata na sumailalim sa isang "breathalyzing" dahil nabangga nito ang kotse ng kanyang kapit bahay. Binabatikos ngayon online ang isang police sa Taichung matapos kuhanan ng alcohol test ang bata sa pamamagitan ng "breathalyzing."

Ayon sa imbestigasyon, nabangga ng bata habang nalalaro gamit ang bike ang isang puting Tesla Model 3 na kotse ng kapit bahay. Agad naman tumawag ng Pulis ang may-ari kung saan napag-alaman na isang buwan palang sa kanya ang mamahaling kotse.

Dinepensahan naman ng Taichung Police sa Wufing District ang ginawa nilang aksyon, ayon sa pahayang ng Pulis, lahat daw na masasangkot sa aksidente ng trapiko ay dadaan sa "alcohol test" kahit na ang "slow driving vehicles" ayon sa Pulis.

Ayon naman sa may-ari ng sasakyan, nagkaroon na sila ng kasunduan sa magulang ng bata hinggil sa kompensasyon ng sira.



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Province of Rizal will implement "Lockdown" starting April 6, due to increasing case of COVID-19


Simula sa April 6, 2020 araw ng Lunes ay sasailalim sa "Lockdown" ang probinsya ng Rizal ito'y inihayag ng Acting Governor Reynaldo San Juan Jr. dahil sa tumataas na bilang ng COVID-19 sa probinsya.

Ayon sa inilabas na post mula sa Facebook Page ng Lalawigan ng Rizal. Araw ng Lunes, ganap na 8:00 am ay sasailalim na sa "Lockdown" ang buong probinsya. At magtatagal ito hanggan sa alisin mismo ng Gobernador.


Lockdown sa Lalawigan ng Rizal

Sa bisa ng Executive Order No. 14, series of 2020 na pinirmahan ni Acting Rizal Governor Reynaldo San Juan, Jr. isinasailalim at ipinapatupad na ang “lockdown sa buong lalawigan” simula 8:00 ng umaga ng April 6, 2020.

Ito ay upang mas maproteksyunan ang buong lalawigan mula sa pagpasok ng mga possibleng carriers ng coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). Ayon sa pinakahuling opisyal na bilang ng DOH nitong April 4, 2020 ng 4:00 ng hapon, umabot na sa 3,094 ang kumpirmadong kaso ng COVID-19 sa bansa kung saan 144 dito ay namatay na.

Sa ilalim ng lockdown, hindi na maaaring makapasok ang mga hindi residente ng lalawigan maliban na lamang sa mga itinakdang exemptions ng Inter-Agency Task Force on Emerging Infectious Disease (IATF-EID) tulad ng mga public and private health workers, emergency frontliners, mga government workers, diplomats, media personnel, religious ministers gayundin ang mga empleyado na bahagi ng skeletal workforce ng iba’t ibang mga businesses na may kaugnayan sa basic services at commodities pati na rin BPO at hotel industry.

Samantala, malaya pa ring makakapasok ang mga cargo trucks at mga sasakyan na nagdadala ng mga food commodities at farm inputs sa mga designated food lanes.

Magkakaroon din ng express lane para sa mga donasyon para sa mga frontliners at ospital na manggagaling sa iba’t ibang mga sponsors, gayundin ang mga nangangailangan ng atensyon medikal.

Suspendido pa rin ang anumang uri ng public transportation kaya hinihikayat ang mga lokal na pamahalaan na ipagpatuloy ang nailaang mga sasakyan para sa mga frontliners at health workers.

Mahigpit na panawagan sa mga residente ng lalawigan na manatili sa kanilang mga bahay dahil patuloy pa rin iiral ang 24-curfew na dati nang itinakda ng DILG maliban na lang sa mga otorisadong miyembro ng pamilya na kailangan bumili ng pagkain at iba pang essential commodities.

Tuloy-tuloy din ang pamimigay ng ayuda ng iba't ibang lokal na pamahalaan sa ating mga mamamayan.


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United States surpassed to 300,000 confirmed cases of COVID-19


Narito na ang kabuuang bilang sa Estados Unidos. Ngayong araw ng Abril 5, 2020, 10:00 GMT+8, umabot sa mahigit 300,000 na ang nagpositibo sa COVID-19 at ang patay nasa mahigit 8,000 na rin ito ayon sa inilabas na ulat ni Anthony S. Fauci na isang disease expert ng White House.

Ayon kay Fauci napakalaking bagay ang ginagawang "social distancing" sa buong bansa dahil nababawwasan ang panganib na maipasa ang sakit.

"that is our most important tool, As sobering and as difficult as this is, what we are doing is making difference." ayon kay Fauci.

Sa kasalukuyan ay nasa 3,500 na ang kabuuang bilang ng namamatay sa Estados Unidos dahil sa COVID-19 at umabot naman sa 113,704 ang bagong talang bilang ng COVID-19 sa buong bansa.


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UK reported 708 new death toll of COVID-19, bringing total to 4,313


Kahapon araw ng Biyernes oras sa United Kingdom at araw naman ng Sabado kahapon, Abril 4, 2020, sa atin ay nagtala ng 708 katao ang nasawi dahil sa COVI-19. Sa kabuuan ay umabot na sa 4,313 ang namatay dahil sa pandemic COVID-19. Ito na raw ang pinakamalaking bilang na naitala simula ng nagkaroon ng kaso ng COVID-19 sa bansa.

Base sa inilabas na ulat ng Department of Health ng United Kingdom kahapon 5pm araw ng Biyernes, ay umabot na sa 4,313 ang bilang ng namatay at pumalo naman sa 41,903 ang kabuuang bilang ng nagpositibo sa COVI-19. Nasa 193,190 na ang kabuuang bilang ng pasyente na sumailalim sa pagsusuri.

Ang pinkabatang nasawi dahil sa COVID-19 ay nasa edad 5 sa Englatera. At ang pinakamatanda naman ay nasa edad 104.

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Philippines COVID-19 bringing 76 new cases and now has a total of 3,094



Sa report ng Department of Health (DOH) ay nadagdagan ng 76 bagong kaso ng coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) sa bansa, umabot na sa 3,094 ang nagpositibo sa sakit.

Ngayong Sabado ng April 4, 2020 ay mayroon naman walong namatay, sa ngayon ay 144 ang kabuuang namatay  sa bansa dahil sa COVID-19.

Samantala lima naman ang gumaling na sa virus, 57 katao na ang lahat ng gumaling sa bansa ayon sa DOH.


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Magsasakang ayaw umanong magsuot ng face mask, patay sa pamamaril ng pulis matapos 'mag-amok'


Patay ang isang magsasaka matapos mabaril ng pulis nang tumanggi umano itong magsuot ng face mask at "nag-amok" sa Nasipit, Agusan del Norte nitong Huwebes ng umaga.

Si Police Staff Sgt. Rolly Llones ang nakabaril sa 63 anyos na magsasaka na si Junie Piñar.

Sa imbestigasyon ng Nasipit Police, lasing umano si Piñar nang dumating sa barangay control checkpoint.

Nang mapansin siya ng barangay health worker, inabisuhan siya na magsuot ng face mask alinsunod sa ipinatupad na executive order hinggil sa novel coronavirus pandemic.

Sa halip na makinig, nagalit pa ito umano at sinubukang sugurin ang isang barangay tanod gamit ang kanyang dalang itak.

Tumawag na ng pulis ang tanod at pagdating ni Llones ay siya na umano ang inatake ng magsasaka.

Dalawang beses umanong tinangkang tagain ni Piñar ang pulis pero nakailag ito at naging dahilan para barilin siya nito.

Sa ngayon, nasa kustodiya ng Nasipit Police si Llones habang isinagawa ang imbestigasyon at dinisarmahan na ito.

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Ambulance driver fetching frontliners was shot over an allegations that he is fetching COVID-19 patients



Mariing kinokondena ngayon ng Department of Health ang nangyaring insidente sa Candelaria, Quezon. Isang Ambulance driver ang binaril Dakong alas 8:45 ng gabi kahapon nangyari ang insdente habang kumakain ng kanyang hapunan, ayon salasay ng biktima sinabi ng suspek na dapat hindi daw pinapapasok sa Subdivision ang ambulansya sapagkat nagdadala ito ng pasyenteng may COVID-19. Ipinaliwanag naman ng driver na mga frontliners lang ang kanyang sakay araw-araw at hatid sundo. Sa kabila ng paliwanag ay binaril ito ng suspek.

Nagpahayag naman ng mariing pagkondena ang Peter Paul Medical Center of Candelaria Inc. hinggil sa sinapit ng kanilang driver. Nanawagan sila ng hustisya para sa biktima. Nagtamo ng ang biktima ng matinding tama sa katawan at posibleng hindi makapagmaneho pa.

"Our ambulance driver is the breadwinner of his family, who in these trying times where we are at war with COVID-19, chose to bravely perform his duty beyond what is required for the sake of the community and his fellow front liners," saad ng ospital.

"At the moment, we respectfully demand that justice be served and given. He is your frontliner as well," dagdag ng PPMCCI, kasabay ng apela sa publiko na unawain at magpakita ng malasakit sa mga health worker.

"PPMCCI strongly condemns discrimination and harassment of all health workers. Justice shall prevail and shall hold those accountable to the full extent of law," giit ng PPMCCI.

Dahil sa mga insidente ng diskriminasyon na nararanasan ng mga health worker, iniutos ni Pangulong Rodrigo Duterte nitong Miyerkules sa Philippines National Police na protektahan ang mga frontliner.

“‘Yung mga taong gumawa ng gano’n, I am ordering the police to go around. ‘Wag kayong mag-istambay diyan sa istasyon. Maglakad kayo, tandem, at maghanap kayo ng mga taong bastos,” sabi ng pangulo sa mga pulis.

“Kung mahuli mo kung ano ‘yung binubuhos niya doon sa health worker, ibuhos mo rin sa kanya para tabla. Bakit, ikaw lang ba marunong? E ‘di tikman mo rin ‘yung ginagawa mo,” dagdag ni Duterte.


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Taiwan will allocate NT$1.05 trillion in response to COVID-19



Dahil sa kinakaharap na problema ukol sa COVID-19. Marami na ang naapektuhan at nawawalan ng kabuhayan, ang bansang Taiwan ay planong magbigay ng ayuda sa sektor ng "Business Industry" at sa mga indibidwal na tinamaan ng sakit na COVID-19.

Ngayong Abril 1, 2020, planong maglabas ng gobyerno ng Taiwan ng pundo na aabot sa NT$1.05 trillion (US$34.64 billion). Mahahati sa dalawa ang pundo, isa sa business sectors at releif packages para sa mga indibidwal na direktang naapektuhan ng COVID-19 crisis. Ayon kay President Tsai Ing-wen (蔡英文) said Wednesday.

Aabot sa NT$60 billion ang alokasyon para tulungan ang mga negosyante na direktang naapektuhan ng COVID-19. Ang NT$40 billion ay para sa Employment Security Fund, Tourism Development Fund, Emergency relief at economic stimulus measures, ayon sa pangulo.

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Taiwan's new cases of COVID-19 significantly drops to 7 today, total of 329



TAIPEI - Central Epidemic Command Center on Wednesday reported seven additional COVID-19 cases today (April 1). The country has now a total of 329 positive cases.

Health Minister and CECC head Chen Shih-chung announced the significant drop from 16 cases reported on Tuesday to 7 today (Wednesday). The new cases were all imported from abroad, there are 3 men and 4 women with ages 20 to 70. All seven new cases came from US and UK.

Since the outbreak began in Taiwan, 329 people have been diagnosed with the disease and five have died. A total of 45 people have been released from hospital isolation

Source: Taiwan News
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Taipei to cover quarantine cost of residents who stays at hotels




The Taipei City Government already implemented a 14-day mandatory quarantine to all its residents. The city prepared NT$7,000 subsidy for those residents who are staying at the hotels, they can have it via online application to be launched next week.

The local government of Taipei told the Central Epidemic Command Center that 90 percent of hotels are full due to many residents are under home quarantine amid COVID-19.

Some residents have reported being rejected by other hotels after informing them that they have been ordered into quarantine, she said, she said.

“The city government hopes these quarantined city residents would inform the [non-quarantine] hotels about their situation, so that such hotels can take enhanced precautionary measures,” Huang said.

The hotels can also contact the Taipei Department of Information and Tourism or the Department of Health for assistance if they have guests under quarantine.

As of Monday, there were more than 10,900 people under home quarantine in Taipei after returning from abroad, and people are worried about the increased risk of infection, as well as the heavy burden on borough heads, police officers and officials responsible for monitoring those in quarantine, she said.

If city government thinks that the nation has sufficient testing capacity, more Taiwanese returning from Europe and the US should be tested, she said.

Returning Taiwanese should also be asked to return home in groups every 14 days to avoid putting a strain on the city’s quarantine capacity, Huang said.

Source: TAIPEI TIMES

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California to release 3,500 non-violent prison inmates due to COVID-19



LOS ANGELES - The prison system in the largest US state of California plans to release about 3,500 non-violent inmates early to help mitigate the spread of the COVID-19 illness, officials said Tuesday.

The California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR) said the first group of inmates released will be those with less then 30 days to serve, followed by those with fewer than 60 days of their sentences left.

Other US jurisdictions, including the state of New Jersey and some cities, have announced similar measures. US Attorney General Bill Barr last week said he told federal prisons to free some inmates to lessen the impact of the pandemic, with possibly 2,000 inmates eligible.

Authorities said the early releases will increase both capacity and physical space at the state's prisons where 22 employees and four inmates have tested positive for the virus.

Source: ABS-CBN News
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New Taipei City man fined with NT$400,000 after breaking home quarantine protocol



TAIPEI - NT$400,000 (US$13,221) worth of fine has been charged to a man after breaking government home quarantine protocol amid COVID-19.

The 25-year-old man, surnamed Chen (陳) returned to Taiwan on Sunday last week and was ordered to home quarantine until Sunday.

He was seen leaving his home on a scooter with his girlfriend on Saturday, three days after he was fined NT$200,000 for going outside to exercise, police said.

Chen has now been placed in a quarantine center arranged by the district office and health center of the district where he lives, police said.

Police warned the public that breaking home quarantine could help spread COVID-19, and offenders would face heavy fines.

Source: TAIPEI TIMES
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Nearly 8000 Workers on layoff in Taiwan



Due to COVID-19 crisis affecting the global economy. The government of Taiwan also experiencing the hit of this unfortunate event. 

The Labor Bureau says that there are 308 business that were very much affected, as of the end of March, 7,976 employees were on unpaid leave.

The hospitality and food and beverage industries saw the highest number of
furloughed staff, at 2-thousand-693.
That's followed by those in the metal and mechanical industries, and workers in wholesale and retail respectively.

Compared with figures from the first half of March, employees on furlough
increased by over 4000, and companies affected increased by just over 200.

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Taiwan will donate 10 million masks to seriously affected countries due to COVID-19 pandemic




TAIPEI - President Tsai Ing-wen said on Wednesday that the government of Taiwan will donate 10 million masks to seriously affected countries due to COVID-19 pandemic.  

Taiwan has increased its production of face masks, the country has the ability to give masks to those countries that experiencing the lack of medical supplies because of coronavirus.

On Tuesday, Taiwan's Ministry of Economic Affairs announced Taiwan's daily surgical mask output has hit 13 million.

The current daily output is more than four times the amount that Taiwan was capable of producing in early February, when Taiwan produced an average of 3.2 million surgical masks per day.

Source : Taiwan News

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COVID-19 Worldwide death toll climbs to 41,072



Coronavirus confirmed fatalities worldwide climbs to 41,072, this is according to the tally complied by the AFP, as of Tuesday.

Since the pandemic broke out in China last December 2019, 186 countries and territories already been affected and suffering from the effect of the virus. More than 828,240 of confirmed cases recorded and at least 164,900 are now considered recovered from the virus.

The tallies, using data collected by AFP offices from national authorities and information from the World Health Organization (WHO), probably reflect only a fraction of the actual number of infections.

The past 24 hours brought 4,396 more deaths -- 849 of them in Spain, 837 in Italy and 612 in the United States -- while 70,404 new cases emerged.

Source: ABS-CBN News
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Loss of taste, smell key COVID-19 symptoms -British scientists' study



LONDON - Losing your sense of smell and taste may be the best way to tell if you have COVID-19, according to a study of data collected via a symptom tracker app developed by British scientists to help monitor the pandemic caused by the new coronavirus.

Almost 60% of patients who were subsequently confirmed as positive for COVID-19 had reported losing their sense of smell and taste, the data analysed by the researchers showed.

That compared with 18% of those who tested negative.

Of 1.5 million app users between March 24 and March 29, 26% reported one or more symptoms through the app. Of these, 1,702 also reported having been tested for COVID-19, with 579 positive results and 1,123 negative results.

Using all the data collected, the research team developed a mathematical model to identify which combination of symptoms - ranging from loss of smell and taste, to fever, persistent cough, fatigue, diarrhea, abdominal pain and loss of appetite -was most accurate in predicting COVID-19 infection.

Spector's team applied their findings to the more than 400,000 people reporting symptoms via the app who had not yet had a COVID-19 test, and found that almost 13% of them are likely to be infected.

This would suggest that some 50,000 people in Britain may have as yet unconfirmed COVID-19 infections, Spector said.

Official figures showed confirmed cases rose 14% in Britain between Monday and Tuesday to 25,150 as of Tuesday at 0800 GMT. The government said 1,789 people have died in hospitals from coronavirus as of 1600 GMT on Monday.

Source: CNN Philippines
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Taipei 101 Shopping Mall will shorten its operation due to COVID-19



TAIPEI - The Taipei 101 Shopping Mall announced that it will its daily operation hours to 12 - 9 p.m, this will effectively start on April 6.

Restaurants in the Taipei 101 Shopping Mall have reportedly encountered hardship as the number of office workers in the building and visitors to the attraction have dropped significantly.

The Liberty Times quoted Taipei 101 as saying that the shopping mall is also cutting back hours for sake of workers’ health.

Source: Taiwan News
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BREAKING: Vice-mayor of Jala-Jala, Rizal dies due to COVID-19



Kapapasok lang na balita, Ngayong Martes ng gabi, Marso 31, 2020, pumanaw na ang vice mayor ng Jala-Jala, Rizal ilang araw matapos makumpirmang positibo siya sa COVID-19. Ito'y kinumpirma mismo ng anak ng vice-mayor.

Si Vice Mayor Jolet Delos Santos ay nagpositibo noong nakaraang Huwebes, Marso 26. Ayon sa kanya ay nagkaroon siya ng mga sintomas ng sakit matapos dumalo sa pagtitipon ng Philippine Councilors League.

"Napakasakit po sa aming buong pamilya ang biglaang pagkawala ng Ama ng ating bayan," base sa post sa Facebook ng anak niyang si Jom.

Sa ngayon ang kabuuang bilang ng COVID-19 sa Pilipinas ay nasa 2,084 at 88 na ang naitatalang namamatay at 49 na ang gumaling.

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BREAKING:DOH reports additional 538 new COVID-19 cases, total of 2,084

MANILA - 


 reports 538 new COVID-19 cases, 10 new deaths, and 7 new recoveries.

This brings the totals to 2,084 confirmed cases, 88 deaths, and 49 recoveries as of March 31, 4pm. | via Shai Lagarde, Stand For Truth

FULL STORY: https://bit.ly/3axVUYT
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Repatriation of at least 4,600 OFWs will begin in the next 2 weeks due to COVID-19 situation



MANILA - Malacañang announced that the government will continue to help thousands of overseas Filipino to be able to come home in the Philippines amid COVID-19 affecting lots of countries globally. The repatriation will begin in the next two weeks.

"Currently, the Department of Foreign Affairs is closely coordinating with various foreign service posts on the repatriation of at least 4,600 Filipinos for the next two weeks," President Rodrigo Duterte's pilot report to Congress, dated March 30, read.

It said a total of 1,806 Filipinos have been repatriated so far.

As of March 30, there are 348 overseas Filipinos who tested positive for COVID-19 in 30 other countries, according to the DFA. Most of them are in the Asia Pacific Region. Of the said cases, nine died while 111 have recovered.

Source: GMA News
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Pediatric transplant surgeon died due to COVID-19





MANILA - The coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) has once again claimed the life of another doctor.

Dr. Leandro Resurreccion III, a pediatric transplant surgeon, passed away on Tuesday morning due to accute respiratory failure brought about by COVID-19. He was 57 years old.

Resurreccion’s daughter, Pia, confirmed the unfortunate news in a Facebook post. He died at the intensive care unit of the Philippine General Hospital after battling the disease for almost three weeks.

Dr. Resurreccion has served at PGH, St. Luke's Medical Center, Philippine Children's Medical Center and the Far Eastern University Nicanor Reyes Medical Foundation Medical Center.

For Leandro IV, he wants to remember his father as a “citizen of the world who cared for it and fought for it.

Dr. Resurreccion now joins the roster of brave Filipino doctors who died in the country’s battle against COVID-19.

In a nationally televised address on Monday night President Rodrigo Duterte again paid tribute to the country’s frontliners against COVID-19, saying the health workers who passed away in the war against the virus were fortunate to die in the line of duty.

“I assure you that your efforts will be rewarded. Your heroism will not be forgotten. Saludo kami sa inyo,” Duterte said.

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Taiwan reports 16 new COVID-19 cases, total of 322



TAIPEI - Taiwan's Central Epidemic Command Center on Tuesday (March 31) reported 16 additional cases of coronavirus disease, bringing the total of 322 infected individuals. In this new cases, there were 14 imported and 2 domectic cases, according to Health Minister and CECC head Chen Shih-chung.

The CECC pointed out that the 14 new imported cases include seven men and seven women between the ages of 20 and 60.

The countries recently visited by the latest imported cases include the U.S., the UK, Iceland, France, Switzerland, Thailand, and the Philippines. The main purposes of their trips were listed as work or school.

Source: Taiwan News
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A Filipina nurse died due to COVID-19 in Miami,Florida




Arceli Buenda Ilagan, 63-year-old nurse died due to coronavirus disease. She was working at Jackson Memorial Hospital for almost 33 years. While battling the virus as a frontliner, the nurse was assigned in an intensive care unit and unfortunately got the virus and caused her death.

Ilagan's death on Friday was the third case of coronavirus-related fatality in Miami-Dade County.

Florida Health Department, said the state of Florida has reported over 5,000 confirmed cases, including 63 deaths. There are already more than 150,000 confirmed cases in the United States with more than 2,800 deaths.

Source: GMA News
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214 Taiwanese evacuees from Hubei undergo quarantine amid COVID-19 threat



TAIPEI - The national government of Taiwan placed the 214 Taiwanese nationals in quarantine after they returned from Hubei province of China last Monday night. While undergoing quarantine they will be tested for COVID-19 abiding the protocol.

The Central Epidemic Command Center said that all evacuees will be tested for COVID-19 within 48 hours after placed in quarantine.

People arriving from other parts of China or other parts of the world can take regularly scheduled commercial flights to Taiwan and self-quarantine at home for 14 days.

The first was arranged late Sunday, when 153 Taiwanese returned home.

These Taiwanese had been stranded in Hubei since late January but were able to leave the area after restrictions on the movement of people there were lifted on March 25.

Many others are still stuck in Wuhan, but will be able to leave if restrictions there are lifted on April 8 as scheduled.



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COVID-19 Worldwide cases reaches 784,540 fatalities climbs to 37,784



World Health Organization records worldwide number of coronavirus disease cases to 784,540; death toll increased to 37,784.

As of Monday (March 30) Taiwan has recorded 306 confirmed cases of COVID-19, the 77th highest in the world.

Here are the updated figures of novel coronavirus disease (March 31):


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President Duterte promised P200-billion help for COVID-19 crisis



MANILA - President Rodrigo Duterte on his public address late Monday night, he stated that the national government has alloted a total of P200-billion-worth of aid for low-income households, farmers, and fisherfolk, due to COVID-19 pandemic.

“We have allotted ₱200 billion for low income households who are badly affected by this crisis. Beneficiary households will receive emergency support for their two months based on the regional minimum wage,” he said in his address to the nation Monday midnight.

The president also called the attention of private sector especially those who can provide help for their fellow countrymen to look ways on how they can assist families and individuals who are most affected in this current crisis we're facing globally.

Duterte also said that government is providing assistance to the agricultural sector.

“To our farmers and fisherfolk, we have not forgotten you, and government is now employing quick response measures to help you during the crisis as well as ensure food productivity, sufficiency,” Duterte added.

In line with this, the Department of Social Welfare and Development is set to distribute social amelioration cards for cash assistance amid the pandemic.

Source: CNN Philippines
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CECC: More surgical masks for Taiwan's resident's on mid April



TAIPEI - The Central Epidemic Control Center reported that on mid-April there will be significant changes in the government's rationing system of surgical face masks to Taiwan's residents.

Residents will be able to purchase nine masks for adults and 10 masks for children every two weeks, this will start on April 9, says Health Minister Chen Shih chung.

Rationing of surgical masks will depend upon person's ID number on their national health insurance. This system will help residents not to line up and just wait for their specific day when they can buy face masks.

And officials say the changes have been made possible due to increased
production of surgical face masks, that were in extremely short supply in
late January and much of February.

The masks will still be available at designated drugstores and pharmacies and cost 5 N-T each.
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Lola sa Cainta pinamigay ang panindang pagkain sa mga kapit-bahay sa gitna ng lockdown dahil sa covid-19



Maynila- (March 31, 2020) Dahil sa ipinapatupad na enhanced community quarantine sa buong luzon kung kaya pinapayuhan ang lahat na manatili sa loob ng bahay upang maiwasan ang lalong pagkalat ng covid-19.Pero sabi nga ng mga maralita nating kababayan,ang enhanced community quarantine ay para lamang sa mga mayayaman,may ipon at higit sa lahat kahit nasa bahay lang tuloy parin ang pera.Sa mga mahihirap nating kababayan ang manatili sa loob ng tahanan ay nangangahulugan ng pagkagutom ng kani kanilang pamilya.
Sa bayan ng Cainta Rizal,nakilala si lola Evelina "Belina"Torres ng Brgy.San Isidro,Cainta Rizal 70 anyos.Dahil sa kanyang mabuting puso at pagiging maawain sa mas nangangailangan, kaya naisipan niyang tumulong sa kanyang mga kapitbahay.Dalawang linggo nadaw simula ng ipatupad ang lockdown pero wala padaw dumarating na mga relief goods sa kanilang Barangay, kung kayat naaawa na umano si lola lalo pat mga construction workers at mga pumapasada ng trycicle ang karamihan na nakatira sa kanilang lugar.Sa mga litratong pinost sa facebook ni Maritess Edroso nitong Lunes,kitang nag-aabot ang kanyang lola sa mga kapitbahay ng isang supot na may mga biskwit at sachet ng kape.Pinalaga pa umano ng lola niya ang mga natirang itlog para maibigay din.Ang mga pagkaing binibigay ni lola ay galing mismo sa kanyang mga paninda sa kanyang sari-sari store.
Sabi padaw ng lola niya,marami panaman daw silang stock ng pagkain,eh di tulong nalang.
Kuwento pa ni Maritess na ng hapon ding yon may dumating sa lugar na bigas at mga de lata mula sa lokal na pamahalaan ng Cainta.Ikinuwento din ni Marites sa kanyang lola na ibinahagi niya ang kwento sa social media.
"Sana maka-inspire ito sa iba na kung nakakaluwag ka naman,tulungan muna rin ang iba",ani Marites.

Source: Abs-Cbn News

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Diseases that can be treated of Pandan


Screw-pine (Pandan) is a common scent or spice in bread, food or rice. Its leaf, which is the source of the aromatic odor, comes from a plant of moderate height. The leaves are as long as the grass and may have thorns on the side. Large varieties of pandan are found on the beaches, while small plants are usually found in lowland areas.

Nutrients and chemicals available in pandanas:
*Pandanas contain essential oils, alkoloids, glycosides, isoprene esters, and tannins. * Pandanus oil contains tertpene, d-linalool, phenylethyl acetate, citral, phenylethyl alcohol ester, ester of phthalic acid, fatty acids and steroptene.
*It also contains provitamin A carotenoids.

Diseases that can be treated by pandanus:
1.) Vomiting - continuous vomiting can be treated by drinking the pandanus.
2.) Ear piercing - pandan flower extract stains the sore ear.
3.) Boiling - excellent boil the crushed leaves mixed with lime juice and a little salt.
4.) Rheumatoid arthritis - It helps to relieve joint pain due to rheumatoid arthritis.
5.) Wounds - Helps to speed up wound healing by drying crushed dried pandan leaves.
6.) Urinary incontinence - Drinking with fresh or dried pandanus root is effective in facilitating urination. Drink it like tea.
7.) Gum wounds - chewing the pandanus root can strengthen the gums.
8.) Headache - The person suffering from a headache condition is fed with fragrant pandan leaf. It can also squeeze the leaves mixed with the oil for a headache.
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Diseases and conditions that can be treated with pepper

s

 Black pepper is a popular spice not only in the Philippines but worldwide. It is usually seen as small circles and black, sometimes dotted. Black pepper peppers come from creeping plants of moderate height. The leaves are thick, and the flowers cluster on one side of the branch.

Pepper nutrients and chemicals:
* Root - contains trans and ciscaryophyllene, 3-canene, humulene, limonene and pinene.
* Black pepper - contains piperine, alkamides, piptigrine, wisanine, dipiperamide D, and dipiperamide E. It also contains chavicine and oleoresin.

Diseases and conditions that can be treated with pepper:
1.) Peeling - The pepper spray is mixed with oil and then rubbed on the skin of the affected itch.
2.) Fever - recurrent fever can be relieved with the help of drinking pepper spray.
3.) Toothache - pepper spray is used as a mouthwash to relieve toothache.
4) Belly to stomach - Drinking helps in relieving pepper root condition of stomach worms. 6.)Skin Irritation - Irritation to the skin improves pepper spray to improve the mood.
5.) Sore throat - The condition of the sore throat can be helped by the pepper spray.
6.) Hair shedding - pepper spray mixed with water can be rubbed on the head that causes hair loss.
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Philippines COVID-19 total cases has spike to 1,546



Inihayag ng Department of Health ngayong Lunes (March 30) na nadagdagan ng 128 ng bagong kaso ng COVID-19 sa bansa, umabot na sa kabuuang 1,546 ang nagpositibo sa sakit.

Sa report ng DOH ay mayroon na naman na pitong namatay ngayong Lunes, 78 na ang kabuuang namatay sa bansa. At ang gumaling naman ay nananatili parin sa 42 katao.

Nitong March 29, sa tally ng World Health Organization ay maroon nang higit 630,000 kaso ng COVID-19 sa buong mundo at halos 30,000 ang namatay.


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5 rapid test kits for Covid-19 was approved by FDA



Manila-Philippines (March 30, 2020) - Inaprobahan nang Food and Drug Administration (FDA) ang limang rapid test kits para sa Covid-19.

Ayon sa pahayag ng DFA ngayong araw ng Lunes, ang nasabing limang rapid test kits ay nakarehistro na sa bansa upang gamitin at reliable din ang mga ito base sa regulatory agencies katulad ng sa China at Singapore.

Dagdag pa nila ito ay apbrobado bilang SARS Cov2 kit PCR based mula sa Gene Xpert ng Abbot Laboratories. Ito ang pinakabago sa 17 PCR-based test kits na inaprobahan bilang commercial use na kayang maglabas ng resulta sa loob lamang ng limang minuto.

Pinayuhan ni FDA Director General and Health Undersecretary Eric Domingo ang mga local government officials, mga agency heads, hospitals at maging ang mga pribadong kompanya na maging maingat sa paggamit ng rapid testing kits. Nakiusap rin siya sa mga doktor na tulungan ang mga pasyente sa pag-interpreta sa mga resulta.



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Taiwan confirms additional 8 COVID-19 cases; total of 306 and 5 deceased




TAIPEI - Central Epidemic Command Center  reported 8 new cases of COVID-19 on Monday (March 30) and 2 fatalities. The total infected persons climbs to 306 and 5 fatalities.

Health Minister and CECC head Chen Shih-chung (陳時中) eight new cases of COVID-19, and two new deaths. Out of these eight new cases, Chen said that seven were imported, while one person contracted the disease in Taiwan.

Source: Taiwan News


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