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SM Development Corporation's (SMDC) Good Guys program is helping frontliners, elderly, PWDs with their daily needs during the COVID 19 pandemic that has limited movement outside of residences.
Shangri-La Plaza has reopened following the easing of the community quarantine in Metro Manila and welcomed back the public with safety stickers designed by shoppers.
Love knows no pandemic! A couple has pushed through with their wedding ceremony at their favorite dating spot in McDonald's despite the Covid-19 pandemic.
The University Athletics Association of the Philippines (UAAP) is formally closing Season 82 with an online ceremony that will crown the general champion, anticipated to be the University of Santo Tomas (UST) Growling Tigers.
The 2020 Philippine Independence Day's simpler rites showcase Filipino discipline that will be key to fighting COVID-19 much like how the country's revolutionary heroes won the battle against Spain, says National Historical Commission of the Philippines' (NHCP) Emmanuel F. Calairo.
Affordable personal transportation as an answer to public transportation difficulties during the COVID-19 pandemic is being offered by Toyota Motor Philippines with its Certified Used Cars.
Manila security guard Rene Abelita became a teacher to street kids during the lockdown that closed schools to prevent the spread of coronavirus disease.
Manila's famed Quiapo Church, also known as the Minor Basilica of the Black Nazarene, reopened on the first Friday of June to devotees with enforced protocols and health safety guidelines.
A face mask made of Philippine Abaca and developed in Misamis Oriental has been tested and approved by the Department of Science and Technology (DOST) Region 10.
The Yamang Bukid Farm of Puerto Princesa in Palawan has reopened to visiting guests interested in their healthy organic products and urban farming.
Binthau Bakeshop in Rizal has been giving away free bread and personal protective equipment (PPE) to frontliners while the province remained under lockdown to stop the spread of coronavirus disease.
The Philippines' air carriers have set up safety protocols in preparation for the resumption of flights after the community quarantine stopped most air routes.