It’s a seven-minute video with an impact that lasts for a lifetime.
During this pandemic, we can all admit that the changes we've experienced have shaken us to the core. Our lives are now completely different, and these adjustments have taken a toll on us, especially on our mental health. For the
Yung parang lahat na lang nakakairita.
I think we can all agree that we've been in quarantine way longer than we expected to be. Sure, it seems like the country is slowly opening back up again, but many are understandably confused about our current situation, still
'I felt trapped within the four walls of my room.'
I was the sort of person who valued my alone time-I actually didn't mind keeping to myself every once in a while. I enjoyed hanging out with my friends and officemates, but I didn't see anything wrong
'It was a nice reminder na, oo nga, magkakasama pa rin naman tayo. Online lang.'
The COVID-19 pandemic has got us feeling all kinds of unwanted emotions-stress, fear, anxiety, and more. If you've been randomly crying during quarantine, you're definitely not alone. If you haven't been getting good enough
Easing physical distancing for commuters may be too early, frontliners say.
The space between commuters in public transport was reduced on September 14, which is "too early," according to a group of medical frontliners who called for a timeout last month.As they hold dialogues with transport authorities, they also advised the public
So what if it stains your face mask?
In the aftermath of the 9.9 online sale, people are counting the days until their packages arrive. There's a good chance it will contain the holy grail of beauty products: lipstick. Stained face masks be damned.People spend on
She was able to return home 'for good' after working abroad for over 24 years.
On September 4, 2020, news broke that Lloyd Cadena, a popular Pinoy YouTuber, had passed away. On his official Facebook page, a short statement from his family read: "It is with a heavy heart and great sadness that we announce the untimely
Something you post might be used against you.
Think twice before posting pictures of your family gatherings on social media, these might be used by the police to "summon" you. The Philippine National Police (PNP) will now search social media for possible violations of quarantine rules, including videos, photos, and
He was confined at a hospital on September 1 'due to high fever and dry cough.'
On Friday, September 4, beloved YouTuber Lloyd Cadena was announced to have passed away via a post on his official Facebook page written by his family. The announcement read: "It is with a heavy heart and great sadness that we announce the
He's currently in isolation.
Vanity Fair just reported some heavy news from the set of The Batman, the much-anticipated superhero movie starring Robert Pattinson, Zoë Kravitz, and Jeffrey Wright. Robert, the film's lead, tested positive for coronavirus.Warner Bros. released a statement this
According to a survey, a lot of people are missing face-to-face contact with their colleagues.
Despite all the Zoom calls, we're sure we can all agree that catching up with your office best friend through a computer isn't the same as getting coffee together in the morning or sharing merienda in the afternoon.
Another quarantine essential.
On August 15, 2020, the Department of Transportation (DOTr) and other government agencies issued a memorandum stating that commuters on all modes of transportation and employees in offices are now required to wear face shields along with their masks. The two will
Looks like there's a lot of hope for business recovery even amid a pandemic.
With the easing of quarantine restrictions and more businesses being allowed to open, there were fewer unemployed Filipinos in July compared to April 2020. According to the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA), the country's unemployment rate went from 17.7 percent
Distress calls reflect the five-month quarantine's mental toll.
Anxiety is the top concern of Filipinos who call the government's mental health hotline as the COVID-19 quarantine passed the five-month mark. It's confidential and free so give it a try if you are down with
They are six fun, fearless, and forward Filipinas who used their influence for the greater good in these challenging times.
Now on its second year, Cosmopolitan Philippines' Women Of Influence Awards is a celebration of fun, fearless, and forward Filipina personalities who've made a significant mark in Philippine society. In 2019, eight women were awarded for making a difference
Wow!
A new study looking at male and female immune responses to the new coronavirus may shed new light on why men are more likely to become seriously ill with COVID-19, researchers said Wednesday. Since early in the pandemic it has been
Here's a complete breakdown.
The Senate and House of Representatives have come out with the final version of the Bayanihan to Recover as One Act, or Bayanihan 2, which seeks to distribute P140 billion in funds to address the twin health and economic crises borne out
'Yung decision-making ko ang tagal, but at the end of the day, it's still my profession.'
The COVID-19 pandemic has really taken a toll on the economy, leaving a huge number of Filipinos unemployed. According to reportr, in April 2020, the Philippine Statistics Authority measured unemployment at 17.7 percent-resulting in 7.3 million jobless adults.
Bulk of COVID-19 cases are of working age, data shows.
More offices will reopen along with public transport on August 19, when Metro Manila and its suburbs shift to GCQ. As the workforce slowly and carefully comes back to life, the World Health Organization raised concern over the fact that majority of
An RT-PCR Test is required once every four weeks or every quarter.
The labor and trade departments have released a list of "priority" workers who need to undergo RT-PCR or swab tests for COVID-19, as Metro Manila and its suburbs return to GCQ with fewer restrictions.Employers are "encouraged to collaborate" with
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