Philippines

Okada Manila Casino Resort to lay off more than 1,000 workers amid continuing COVID-19 lockdown

Okada Manila Casino Resort to lay off more than 1,000 workers amid continuing COVID-19 lockdown

Okada Manila Integrated Casino Resort has been reportedly preparing to lay-off more than 1,000 workers due to adverse business conditions caused by the continuing corona virus pandemic-induced shut

Philippines to immunise a million children against dengue fever

Philippines to immunise a million children against dengue feverThe authorities in the Philippines have launched an ambitious programme aiming to immunise as many as one million schoolchildren against the dengue fever.

Philippine Firms Acquiring Global Companies Indicate Strong Economic Growth

Philippine Firms Acquiring Global Companies Indicate Strong Economic GrowthSignaling at an economic boom, firms in Philippines are out to shop for everything starting from food manufacturers, vineyards to casinos, spending millions.

DoH on Bird Flu: Don’t Panic as Arrangements Have Been Done

H7N9According to a latest report, the Department of Health has recently explained that it has enough personnel in order to monitor the travelers who enter the Philippines and also to prevent the spread of H7N9 bird flu strain in the country.

This assurance was given by the DoH's Bureau of Quarantine on Wednesday. This assurance has been provided one day after Hong Kong reported that the fist human case of H7N9 avian flu has been found there.

Typhoon Haiyan impacts UN climate change talks

Typhoon Haiyan impacts UN climate change talksThe decimation created by Typhoon Haiyan throws a misery over UN atmosphere talks Monday as the agent from the Philippines softened down up tears and proclaimed he might quick until a serious conclusion is in sight.

Infant Formula Industry Trying to Bring Changes in Philippines’s Milk Code

Infant Formula Industry Trying to Bring Changes in Philippines’s Milk CodeBreast milk is considered to be the bets for a child during emergencies. It has been said so as it contains incomparable nutrients and antibodies.

But it has been seen that despite knowing the fact, health authorities in the Philippines were not able to stop breast-milk substitutes in evacuation centers during Typhoon Bopha time that took place in 2012.

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