MB Daily News Update – Manila Newsletter

A calmer and less tense atmosphere during President Duterte’s address to the people on Monday evening February 14, 2022 could be an indication that the worst is over regarding the most recent outbreak of coronavirus disease (COVID-19).

Health Secretary Francisco Duque III says the country and Metro Manila are back to low-risk COVID-19 levels; vaccine czar Carlito Galvez Jr. revealed that the vaccination program is progressing at the adult, 12 to 17 and 5 to 11 year old levels; and test Czar Vince Dizon told Duterte that the Inter-Agency Task Force (IATF) on the Management of Emerging and Infectious Diseases (MEID) was already drafting a “road map” that would guide the Philippines in its journey to a “new normal”.

And for all that, Duterte thanked Duque, Galvez and Dizon, as well as IATF chief Delfin Lorenzana and Secretary of Interior and Local Government Eduardo Ano, for a job well done, and told them that the Filipino people will remember what he has done for the nation in this time of crisis.

With fewer restrictions, Tourism Secretary Berna Romulo-Puyat also reported that more than 7,000 foreigners have arrived in the country, which could revive the tourism industry, which has long been blocked by the COVID-19 pandemic. .

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BBM AU QC – Presidential candidate Ferdinand ‘Bongbong’ Marcos Jr. takes center stage on the giant screen behind him as he delivers his speech in front of a packed Amoranto Sports Complex in Quezon City on Monday evening Feb. 14, 2022. UniTeam de Marcos held a proclamation rally with Malayang Quezon City mayoral candidate Mike Defensor and his running mate Winnie Castelo. (Noel B. Pabalate)
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