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Port of Clark tops collection target 

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The Bureau of Customs-Port of Clark has surpassed its collection target for 11 straight months, according to a report by Philippine News Agency. A report from the Collection Division showed that BOC-Port of Clark exceeded its target with a coll...

BayaniPay supports remittance servicing from US 

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A financial technology firm targets to increase its share in servicing remittances of Filipinos in the United States to as much as 20 percent within three years, following a tie-up with Sy-led BDO Unibank and after getting additional seed capital,&nb...

PCSO Lotto results for November 24, 2022

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Super Lotto 6/49 9PM: 11-17-36-13-37-44 In any order Jackpot Prize: Php 57,727,960.40 No Winner Consolation prizes for this game are P50,000 for 5 winning numbers, P1,200 for 4 and P50 for 3. Lotto 6/42 9PM: 40-36-30-33-27-25 In any order Jackpot P...

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Ospital ng Malabon resumes outpatient operations 

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The Ospital ng Malabon has resumed its operations for outpatient and non-COVID emergency cases on Wednesday, according to a report by GMA News.

In an advisory, the hospital management said it will also accommodate 36 weeks and above pregnant patients, who may walk in every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.

The hospital, however, noted there will be a cut-off implemented for patients in the outpatient department as most of the hospital staff are still under quarantine.

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Earlier, it extended its lockdown and stopped admitting non-COVID patients until further notice due to rising COVID-19 cases among its personnel.

The hospital said at least 93 personnel have tested positive for COVID-19, while 67 of them have recovered and others are still recovering.

On Tuesday, the Philippine COVID-19 case count surpassed three million on Tuesday as the Department of Health (DOH) reported 28,007 new infections, bringing the country's tally to 3,026,473.

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