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Saint Benilde alumni launch ‘Bikeyanihan’ 

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A fundraising campaign launched by De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde (CSB) alumni aims to provide bicycles for Filipino workers walking long distances to work as a result of limited transportation due to restrictions imposed to control the spread ...

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Makati to ban liquor drinking outside residence 

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Makati City will prohibit drinking liquor outside residence, according to Mayor Abigail Binay. She clarified this policy will only be effective while the city is under a state of calamity, public health emergency, or any similar declarations. The M...

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Delpan Sports Complex houses street dwellers 

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Delpan Sports Complex will serve as temporary shelter for Manila's street dwellers. Compartmentalized shelter were installed inside the sports complex to provide the street dwellers some privacy, a Twitter post by Super Radyo dzBB’s Isa Um...

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Navotas releases mid-year bonus

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Navotas City released P22.7 million for the mid-year bonus and cash gift of its employees.

Some 534 regular workers received one-month worth of their salaries while 1,175 under contract of service and job order got P6,000 in cash.

The P6,000 is double their usual quarterly benefit.

“Amid the Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, we want to help our employees and their families secure their finances and be able to mitigate the adverse effects of the ongoing community quarantine,” Mayor Toby Tiangco said.

“COVID-19 has severely affected the livelihood of families in areas under quarantine. While city hall employees continue to earn their monthly wage, other members of their families might not have. We hope the bonus they received would help tide them over this crisis,” he added.

The city government also released in March P6.4 million in advanced additional compensation to non-plantilla employees.

It also provided P500 daily hazard pay to those who physically report for work during the pandemic including garbage collectors, street sweepers, barangay nutrition scholars and barangay health workers.

Furthermore, it granted a one-time special risk allowance (SRA) to city public health workers who give direct care to COVID-19 patients. The SRA is equivalent to a maximum of 25 percent of their monthly salary.

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