Three more cases of the Omicron BA.2.12.1 subvariant are detected in Western Visayas. DOH says that variant is currently no cause of concern.
In a press briefing held on Friday, DOH reported 14 omicron BA.2.12.11 cases in Metro Manila and Puerto Princesa.
The Inter-Agency Task Force announced that inbound passengers can now enter the Philippines by presenting a rapid antigen test.
Chinese authorities extended the Shanghai lockdown. This decision came after city-wide testing that reported more than 13,000 new cases.
WHO laid out three possible circumstances the pandemic might follow in 2022. The worst case scenario being a much more terminal variant.
Philippines reopens borders this April. Fully vaccinated foreigners may now enter the country; facility-based quarantine no longer required.
MANILA, Philippines — An Italian study published on Tuesday suggests that efficient ventilation systems can…
Transport Secretary Arthur Tugade announced that operations in Ninoy Aquino International Airport Terminal 4 are set to resume on March 28.
The Philippine College of Physicians warn against downgrading to Alert Level 1 until 80 percent of the vulnerable sector is vaccinated.
The Metro Manila Council has unanimously voted to downgrade to Alert Level 1 by March 1. IATF to weigh in on final decision.