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Parents of children inoculated with Dengvaxia took to Facebook to share their fears and sentiments on the controversy and to help each other as government continues to monitor those who got the anti-dengue vaccine. As of Wednesday, the closed group named “Samahan ng Magulang ng mga Batang Biktima ng Dengvaxia,”…

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TWENTY imported luxury vehicles worth a total of P61.626 million were destroyed on Tuesday by the Bureau of Customs-Port of Manila (BoC-PoM) on orders of President Rodrigo Duterte. The President personally supervised the destruction process on the occasion of the 116th founding anniversary of the BoC. A bulldozer was used…

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The Department of Health has noticed a huge decline in the number of children being immunized in Central Luzon and Davao City because of the Dengvaxia controversy. Health Secretary Francisco Duque 3rd said the drop in vaccine coverage has caused concern at the department. He cited the situation in Central…

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To speed up vote recount TO prove his desire to expedite the recount of votes, former senator Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. on Tuesday signed a motion withdrawing all his motions pending before the Supreme Court, which sits as the Presidential Electoral Tribunal. Marcos signed the motion hours after the camp…

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THE buffer stock of the government-subsidized rice is good only for two days, an official of the National Food Authority (NFA) admitted on Tuesday but Malacañang said there is no reason to panic because the government has the situation under control. Becky Olarte, NFA spokesperson, said that as of Monday,…

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Sanofi Pasteur on Monday said it will not fully refund the P3.5 billion the government paid for its anti-dengue vaccine, Dengvaxia, prompting a lawmaker to urge the Department of Health (DoH) to blacklist the French pharmaceutical giant. Sanofi also refused to set up an indemnification fund for those who were…

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