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What to do when you are suspected or confirmed to have COVID-19 in Philippines

The Philippines saw a decrease of COVID-19 cases in Metro Manila and nearby provinces in early September 2020 and the country is gradually reopening its economy, but the end of the pandemic is still not within sight. Filipinos are advised to be fully informed on what to do when they are suspected or confirmed to have the virus.

UP, Ateneo, La Salle help healthcare frontliners in fight against COVID-19

As the Philippines' healthcare workers combat the coronavirus disease or COVID-19, the country's top three universities have initiated providing assistance to the frontliners.

UP scientists-developed COVID-19 Test Kit now FDA-approved for local use

A new rapid test kit for COVID-19 developed by the University of the Philippines National Institutes of Health (UP NIH) scientists has finally secured a certification from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), allowing its use in early screening for positive cases.

Agriculture chief lists malunggay, tomatoes, local fruits, veggies that help fight off infections like...

Fruits and veggies a day help keep infections and nCoV away - borrowing from the familiar Western saying “an apple a day keeps the doctor away” - thus says the Philippines' agriculture chief who recommended locally available agricultural products to boost the immune system.

Coconut oil an effective agent against Novel Coronavirus, according to Ateneo study

Ateneo de Manila University School of Science and Engineering professor Fabian M. Dayrit has released his research on the potential use of coconut oil as a safe antiviral agent against the novel coronavirus.

Proper hygiene like Hand Washing is your best defense against nCoV infection

Proper hygiene like hand washing and boosting your immune system are your best defense against the novel CoronaVirus (nCoV) infection, a new respiratory virus first identified in Wuhan, Hubei Province, China.
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Harvard is hiring a Filipino language teacher for the first time

Harvard University has announced the hiring of a Filipino language teacher for a new course offering, the first time such an academic program will be taught in the prestigious American university's nearly 400 years of history.
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