Asian Games 2023 Update: Alex Eala Ends 61-Year Tennis Drought, Ups Philippines’ Medal Tally...

Alex Eala clinched a groundbreaking bronze in Women's Tennis Singles at the 2023 Asian Games, ending a 61-year medal drought for the Philippines in Women’s tennis. The win elevated the nation's medal count to six, including one silver and five bronze medals.

Asian Games 2023 Update: Philippines Scores First Win, Eyes More Medals in China

In a triumphant start at the 19th Asian Games in Hangzhou, China, Team Philippines has already secured its first medal, thanks to taekwondo athlete Patrick King Perez who won the bronze in Men’s Individual Poomsae on Sunday, Day 1 of competitions in the 15-day continental tilt which kicked off on September 23 and will run until October 8, 2023.

UPDATE: Study on Beneficial Effects of VCO Among Suspect, Probable COVID-19 Cases

Here's an update on the study being conducted by the Department of Science and Technology - Food and Nutrition Research Institute (DOST-FNRI) on the beneficial effects of Virgin Coconut Oil (VCO) treatment among suspect and probable cases of COVID-19.

UPDATE: Philippines allows tourists of all ages for staycation in GCQ areas

The Philippines' Department of Tourism (DOT) has released its amended guidelines for the accommodation of tourists of all ages on "staycation" in General Community Quarantine (GCQ) areas.

UPDATE: Free Pasig River Ferry stays open for frontliners in MECQ

UPDATE: The Pasig River Ferry is staying open to service frontliners in Metro Manila now under the Modified Enhanced Community Quarantine (MECQ).

UPDATE: Virgin coconut oil treatment trials to cure COVID-19 in Philippines

Here are updates on the Virgin Coconut Oil (VCO) treatment clinical trials in the Philippines in the CALABARZON region. The Department of Science and Technology (DOST) reported the updates from DOST IVA Regional Director Dr. Alexander Madrigal and Emelita P. Bagsit, Supervising SRS, DOST-CALABARZON who is coordinating the VCO Clinical Trial in Sta. Rosa.

UPDATE: Philippine-born Wesley So beats Chinese players to co-lead Magnus Carlsen Chess Tour

Philippine-born Wesley So met expectations of his Rapid Chess skills and is now in a 4-way co-leadership of the Magnus Carlsen Chess Tour.
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