The World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC) awarded the Department of Tourism (DOT) a SafeTravels Stamp in recognition of its “health and hygiene global standardized protocols” that will ensure safe travels during the COVID-19 pandemic.
For the first time in 29 years, the Philippine economy is in recession, and it may take some time to recover as the country continues to grapple with the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. Because of today’s scenario, some people think that now is not the smart time to invest.
That just about sums up what has been happening to Philippine media since this pandemic happened. Philippine Daily Inquirer editor Pam Pastor, journalist and author Lala Rimando and GMA Network’s Alwyn Alburo shared how the pandemic has been affecting journalism, and how it can be attenuated, during the first ever webversation entitled “Executive Series: The New Media Landscape” hosted by PR firm, WSP Inc.
Broadcast journalist-turned-pilot and now Air Asia public affairs manager and spokesperson Steve Dailisan had his fair share of recent losses and wins. As his life colorfully unfolds in the public eye, he inadvertently becomes a symbol of hope and perseverance amid challenging times.
Nestled within the remote barangay of Caganayan in Tineg, Abra is a breathtaking natural wonder known as Kaparkan Falls. Located about 45 kilometers from the capital town of Bangued, the 524-meter long, 175-meter high multi-tiered waterfall features an infinity of pools and terraces, with the water cascading from top to bottom.
NewsFeed 360 gets a rare chance of having a fun, colorful conversation with journalists Kap Maceda Aguila and Joyce Reyes Aguila, allowing readers a glimpse of their dynamics as two writers in a loving marriage.
For many, the COVID-19 pandemic has been a baptism of fire; a baptism into the churches of survival, resilience, and patience. It brought unprecedented times for both businesses and individuals, forcing almost everything and everyone to manage all aspects of living from a single base—home.
Amid the urgent focus on COVID-19, the medical industry has also raised the critical link between diabetes and heart disease as an important issue in saving lives.
The Philippines is not immune to the looming global recession due to the massive lockdowns, work stoppages, and decline in economic activities that the virulent coronavirus is forcing upon governments.
One of the problems hospitals face in the battle against COVID-19 is the difficulty in communicating with patients especially those who are intubated. To help address this difficulty, the speech-language pathology volunteers of Operation Smile Philippines (OSP) came up with a speech communication board for the medical staff and COVID-19 patients.