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A World Health Organization representative clarified where it's appropriate to use masks.
In the midst of the novel coronavirus outbreak from China, World Health Organization (WHO) country representative Rabindra Abeyasinghe said, "Normal people going about their normal work don't need to wear surgical or N95 masks," according to Inquirer.It has become more
You can actually use your bra as a mask.
As of January 15, 2020, Taal Volcano is still on Alert Level 4, which means it is possible for a hazardous eruption to occur within the next couple of hours or days. Although the Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (PHIVOLCS) has
The public is still advised to take precautionary measures since Taal Volcano remains at alert level four.
Depending on the wind condition, Metro Manila ashfall from the Taal Volcano eruption may last three days, according to Philstar."For the next 24 hours to three days, it's possible that the wind will shift [and carry] the ash plume to [
N95 masks have reportedly been selling for as high as P200!
The Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) has issued an advisory on the price surge of N95 masks in the wake of the sudden explosion of the Taal Volcano on January 12.In the advisory, the DTI said that several retailers have