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Coast Guard declares heigh alert during Holy Week travel period 

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The Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) is going on heightened alert to boost safety in the country’s ports and seaways during the Holy Week, according to a report by Philippine News Agency. In a statement Friday, PCG Commandant, CG Admiral Arte...

Manila provides dental services for grade school students 

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The Manila Health Department - District I has taken a proactive approach towards promoting good oral health among young students. By conducting various dental services for grade 1 students in Jacinto Elementary School, T. Paez Elementary School, and ...

Zamboanga officials visit Malabon to learn best practices 

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Officials from Zamboanga City visited Malabon City last Thursday, March 23, to learn from the local government's best practices in disaster preparedness and sustainable development. The visit was warmly welcomed by the Malabon City government, wi...

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San Juan holds emergency rescue training

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The San Juan City Disaster Risk Reduction Management Office (CDRRMO) recently partnered with the 27th Naval Affiliated Reserve Group (Rescue Recon 1) to conduct a five-day Emergency Rescue Training (ERT) program from February 13-17, 2023. The training was held at the CDRRMO training facility and Ca...

DHSUD recognizes San Juan

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The City Government of San Juan has recently been recognized by the Department of Human Settlements and Urban Development (DHSUD) for their outstanding commitment and exemplary service towards the development of the city. The San Juan City Planning & Development Department (CPDD) and Urban Poor...

San Juan’s schools resume F2F classes

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Public schools in the city of San Juan have started fully implementing face-to-face classes on Aug. 22, with the opening of school year 2022-2023, according to a report by Manila Bulletin. San Juan City Mayor Francis Zamora led school officials in welcoming students after two years of online c...

San Juan opens more handwashing facilities 

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San Juan City launched two new handwashing facilities to help strengthen the city’s fight against the coronavirus pandemic, according to a report by Manila Bulletin.  The handwashing facilities, in partnership with Manila Water Foundation, are located at the Agora Market and Barangay Bal...

DICT, San Juan distribute learning devices 

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The Department of Information and Communications Technology (DICT) and San Juan City provided learning devices for public school students which could be of help in the online learning scheme amid the pandemic, according to a report by GMA News.  According to Mayor Francis Zamora, a total of 1,...

San Juan, USAID sign deal to expand drug rehab 

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Recovery to drug addiction is possible and drug users could regain their normal lives, San Juan City Mayor Francis Zamora said on Tuesday, as the city government signed a memorandum of agreement (MOA) with the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) to boost community-based drug r...

Ortigas & Co. to prioritize hiring of San Juan residents

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San Juan City residents will be prioritized in the hiring process for job vacancies of a private firm’s new project at the Greenhills Shopping Center, according to Mayor Francis Zamora. In his official Facebook page, Zamora announced that the Ortigas and Company is in need of at least 300 wor...

San Juan taps Cardinal Santos to provide medical assistance 

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San Juan City signed a memorandum of agreement (MOA) with Cardinal Santos Medical Center (CSMC) to strengthen the provision of medical assistance to marginalized residents in the city. San Juan Mayor Francis Zamora said the partnership is aimed at providing medical assistance to indigent patients w...

San Juan to penalize public spitting 

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Spitting in public is now a punishable offense in San Juan City. Mayor Francis Zamora said he approved City Ordinance No. 62, Series of 2020 or the “Anti-Spitting Ordinance of 2020” as part of the city’s efforts to prevent the further spread of coronavirus disease (COVID-19). Zam...

Health workers stay in San Juan classrooms 

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San Juan City converted the classrooms of a public elementary school into temporary living quarters for the medical staff of a city-run hospital to provide them with accommodation near their workplace. Mayor Francis Zamora led the turnover of the 100-bed temporary living quarters at the San Juan El...

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