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  • 20th Jan 22 12:05 am
    Philippines allows entry of Filipino travellers from ‘red list’ countries

    Intellasia East Asia News The Philippines has allowed the entry of Filipinos coming from the so-called “red list” composed of countries and territories at high risk for COVID-19. Those coming from or who have been to red list territories within the last 14 days will now be allowed entry into the Philippines, Cabinet Secretary Karlo […]

    Source: INTELLASIA
  • 20th Jan 22 12:05 am
    Philippines bars unvaccinated from public transport in Metro Manila

    Intellasia East Asia News The Philippines has banned unvaccinated individuals from public transport in the capital following President Rodrigo Duterte’s order to restrict their movement as COVID-19 infections surge. Commuters are required to show proofs of vaccination before riding buses, jeepneys, trains and other public transport in Metro Manila, the transportation department said Wednesday. The […]

    Source: INTELLASIA
  • 20th Jan 22 12:05 am
    With eagles and elephants, Philippines lures public for 'zoo jabs'

    MANILA (Reuters) – The Philippines opened a zoo on Wednesday as a makeshift vaccination centre in the hope its elephants and eagles can attract young and elderly people hesitant about getting inoculated against COVID-19. Read full story

    Source: THESTAR
  • 20th Jan 22 12:05 am
    Portugal to allow COVID-infected voters to leave home on election day

    LISBON (Reuters) – Portuguese voters with COVID-19 or those in isolation due to exposure to the rampant virus will be allowed to leave home to cast their ballots in a snap election on Jan. 30, the government said on Wednesday. Read full story

    Source: THESTAR
  • 20th Jan 22 12:05 am
    Senior citizens are fuming that Medicare won't pay for Covid-19 tests at retailers

    The Biden administration is requiring health insurers to cover the cost of home Covid-19 tests for most Americans with private insurance. However, Medicare is not subject to this requirement, so senior citizens and Americans with disabilities in the traditional Medicare program cannot get reimbursed.

    Source: CNN