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MIAA releases list of operational commercial flights for Monday, Nov. 8

(Eagle News) — The Manila International Airport Authority has released its list of operational commercial flights for Monday, Nov. 8: Flight schedules may change at any given time. MIAA advised passengers to coordinate with their airlines as only those with the confirmation will be allowed entry into the airport. The Bureau of Immigration has said tourists are still not allowed into the country. Metro Manila is under a COVID-19 alert level 2.

PNP COVID-19 tally at 42,017

(Eagle News) — Fifteen more COVID-19 cases have been reported among police personnel. Data on Sunday, Nov. 7, showed the additional cases pushed the total PNP COVID-19 cases to 42,017 cases. Of these, 319 are active. Recoveries rose to 41,575 with the addition of 34 recoveries. The PNP COVID-19 death toll is at 123, with no additional deaths reported. The police are among the country’s frontliners amid the COVID-19 pandemic. The PNP has said over […]

MIAA releases list of operational commercial flights for Sunday, Nov. 7

(Eagle News)–The Manila International Airport Authority has released its list of operational commercial flights for Sunday, Nov. 7: Flight schedules may change at any given time. MIAA advised passengers to get confirmation of their flights as only those with the confirmation will be allowed to enter the airport. The Bureau of Immigration has said tourists are still not allowed to enter the Philippines.

PNP COVID-19 cases breach 42,000 mark

(Eagle News)–COVID-19 cases among police personnel have breached the 42,000 mark, Philippine National Police data showed on Saturday, Nov. 6. According to the data, the 42,003 total was after 25 more cases were reported. Of the total cases, the PNP said 338 are active. Twenty-three additional recoveries pushed the total PNP recoveries to 41542. No additional deaths were reported, which means the PNP COVID-19 death toll remains at 123. The police force has said over […]

MPD ordered to conduct inventory after fire at Crime Lab

(Eagle News) — Philippine National Police Guillermo Eleazar has ordered  the Manila Police District to conduct an inventory of all the pieces of evidence and important documents in the Crime Lab that was hit by fire on Thursday, Nov. 4. “Mahalagang matiyak na walang mga importanteng ebidensya, dokumento o records ang naapektuhan ng sunog,” Eleazar said. According to the PNP chief, the Crime Lab in any police unit  was an “evidence custodian ,” and was […]

MIAA releases list of operational commercial flights for Saturday, Nov. 6

(Eagle News) — The Manila International Airport Authority has released its list of operational commercial flights for Saturday, Nov. 6: Flight schedules may change at any given time. MIAA advised passengers to coordinate with their airlines first for confirmation of their flights before proceeding to the airport as only those with the confirmation will be allowed entry into the airport. The Bureau of Immigration has said tourists are still not allowed to enter the Philippines […]

Several areas in QC under special concern lockdown due to increase in COVID-19 cases

(Eagle News) — Several areas in Quezon City are under a special concern lockdown due to an increase in COVID-19 cases there, the local government said early Saturday, Nov. 6. According to the QC government, the 14-day lockdown applies to the following as of Nov. 5: One place on Verbena St., Barangay Fairview (lockdown started on Oct. 24) One place on San Ildefonso St., Torres Village, Barangay Nagkaisang Nayon (lockdown started on Oct. 24) A […]

PNP announces promotion of four senior police officials

(Eagle News) — Four senior police officials have been designated to higher posts  in what the Philippine National Police described as a minor reshuffle that was prompted by the retirement of other ranking officers. According to the PNP, Police Brigadier General Michael John Dubria was promoted to acting director for intelligence of the PNP Directorial Staff, replacing Police Major General Dennis Agustin who retired upon reaching the mandatory retirement age of 56 years old. Meanwhile, […]

Metro Manila shifts to Alert Level 2 starting Nov. 5

(Eagle News) — Starting today, Friday, Nov. 5, Metro Manila is under Alert Level 2 where more restrictions are eased. Malacanang said yesterday that the Inter-Agency Task Force (IATF) on Thursday, November 4, 2021, approved the de-escalation of the National Capital Region to Alert Level 2. This will last until November 21, 2021. “Also approved is the recommendation of the sub-Technical Working Group on Data Analytics to base the alert level assignments on data that […]

MIAA releases list of operational commercial flights for Friday, Nov. 5

(Eagle News) — The Manila International Airport Authority has released its list of operational commercial flights for Friday, Nov. 5: Flight schedules may change at any given time. MIAA advised passengers to get confirmation of their flights as only those with the confirmation will be allowed entry into the airport. The Bureau of Immigration has said tourists are still not allowed into the country even if they come from countries in the Philippines’ green list. […]

No more curfew hours in Metro Manila starting Nov. 4; longer mall hours start to take effect

  (Eagle News) — For the first time since the pandemic began, the curfew in Metro Manila is lifted starting Thursday, Nov. 4. The Metro Manila Council (MMC) approved a resolution (MMDA Resolution No. 21-25) which lifted the prevailing standardized and unified curfew hours from 12 midnight to 4 a.m. This will “complement the adjustment of mall operating hours to provide both mall goers and mall employees ample time to get home,” the Metro Manila […]

Operations in DFA consular office in Ali Mall, QC suspended after five test positive for COVID-19

(Eagle News) — Operations in the consular office in Ali Mall in Quezon City are suspended starting Wednesday, Nov. 3. According to the Department of Foreign Affairs, the suspension, which will end on Nov. 5, was after five of its personnel tested positive for COVID-19. The other personnel in the consular office, the DFA said, have been identified as close contacts. The DFA said the suspension would allow for the conduct of a thorough disinfection […]