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Manila aquatic facilities receive water polo equipment

Manila Bulletin 17 Sep 2021
The equipment actually arrived from Europe last April, as Moreno wants the country’s capital to be the water polo capital of the Philippines ... This just proved that Mayor Isko Moreno is serious and determined to turn Manila as the water polo capital of the Philippines,” said Evangelista, a former stalwart of the water polo national team.
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Latest: Mississippi passes New Jersey in COVID-19 death rate

Billings Gazette 17 Sep 2021
A man shows his vaccine card to enter the Santo Domingo Church in Quezon city, Philippines as religious activities reopen with health restrictions on Thursday, Sept ... 16, 2021 in Quezon city, Philippines.
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Latest: US OKs new use for Eli Lilly’s COVID-19 treatment

Auburnpub dot com 17 Sep 2021
A man shows his vaccine card to enter the Santo Domingo Church in Quezon city, Philippines as religious activities reopen with health restrictions on Thursday, Sept ... 16, 2021 in Quezon city, Philippines.
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Latest: SKorea reports more than 2,000 new coronavirus cases

Billings Gazette 17 Sep 2021
A man shows his vaccine card to enter the Santo Domingo Church in Quezon city, Philippines as religious activities reopen with health restrictions on Thursday, Sept ... 16, 2021 in Quezon city, Philippines.
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Latest: Alaska seeing one of sharpest COVID-19 surges in US

Billings Gazette 17 Sep 2021
16, 2021 in Quezon city, Philippines. The government starts the pilot run of granular or more localized lockdowns starting Thursday in the capital as they try to open up the economy while controlling the surge of COVID-19 infections.
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Xendit raises capital for PH operations

The Manila Times 16 Sep 2021
Xendit, a financial technology startup, said that it has raised more capital to expand its operations in the Philippines. Zhang Yangyang, chief executive officer and managing director of Xendit Philippines, said in a briefing on Thursday that the company has received a $150 ...
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Philippines secures enough COVID-19 vaccines to inoculate 100 mln people: Official

Malaysian National News Agency 16 Sep 2021
Philippines secures enough COVID-19 vaccines to inoculate 100 mln people ... The Philippines has administered more than 39 million doses of COVID-19 vaccines ... The capital Manila is expected to ease large-scale restrictions from Thursday under the Philippine Government's pilot scheme of localised social distancing in the capital.
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W&R and National University of Singapore to host forum on digitalizing the Philippines

Manila Bulletin 16 Sep 2021
For six years now, the Philippines has topped global rankings for both social media and internet usage ... Despite being called the social media capital of the world, multiple reports and studies indicate that the Philippines still lags behind its Asia-Pacific neighbors and the rest of the world in terms of digital transformation.
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Pespca addresses growing potential of Philippine exports

The Manila Times 16 Sep 2021
THE vast opportunities as well as the challenges that face the country's export have brought about the formation of a new organization which intends to not just uplift the sector, but also allow more micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) to capitalize on the global market.
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PSEi gains 1.28%, closes at 6,968.48

The Manila Times 16 Sep 2021
PHILIPPINE shares climbed on Thursday as investors went ... Luis Limlingan, Managing Director of Regina Capital Development Corp., said "The Philippines and the rest of the region scored solid gains after several lackluster sessions that had left the market primed for bargain hunting.
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Philippines tries new tack in virus curbs to reopen more businesses

Straits Times 16 Sep 2021
MANILA (REUTERS) - Restaurants, salons and other small businesses in the Philippine capital region reopened on Thursday (Sept 16) after being shut for weeks, as the government shifts to localised lockdowns from wide-scale mobility controls in a bid to revive the pandemic-hit economy.
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Latest: Putin: Dozens in inner circle infected with virus

Billings Gazette 16 Sep 2021
A man shows his vaccine card to enter the Santo Domingo Church in Quezon city, Philippines as religious activities reopen with health restrictions on Thursday, Sept ... 16, 2021 in Quezon city, Philippines.
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Latest: Britain gives boosters over 50, with health issues

Billings Gazette 16 Sep 2021
A man shows his vaccine card to enter the Santo Domingo Church in Quezon city, Philippines as religious activities reopen with health restrictions on Thursday, Sept ... 16, 2021 in Quezon city, Philippines.
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Panama to hand out AstraZeneca vaccines to visitors in tourism pushTourists will receive AstraZeneca vaccines, ...

Deccan Herald 16 Sep 2021
Panama approved a plan on Wednesday to vaccinate visitors in a bid to boost a tourism industry badly hit by the coronavirus pandemic, becoming the first Central American nation to offer vaccine doses to tourists ... Read . Philippines eases Covid-19 lockdown in capital despite WHO warning ... Twitter ... ....

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