MB Daily News Update

Published October 12, 2021, 4:48 PM

by Manila Bulletin

Curfew in Metro Manila has been shortened to 12 midnight to 4 a.m. after the weekly average of new coronavirus disease (COVID-19) infections dropped to below 2,000 for the first time since August.

And with this development, the government’s vaccination program will soon be focused in the provinces, according to the Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG).

Severe tropical storm Maring has left a trail of death and destruction as it wrought havoc in northern Luzon and some parts of Central Luzon.

These are among the top stories this Tuesday afternoon, October 12, 2021.


Rescuers carry the remains of Alfredo Ocampo after he and his two granddaughters were reported to have been buried alive by a mudslide while having dinner at their home at around 7:30 p.m. Monday, October 11, 2021, in Dominican Hill, Baguio City. Ocampo’s granddaughters Talia and Judy were still missing as of press time. (JJ Landingin)
  1. PH COVID-19 Update:
  • ‘Maring’ Watch
  • From the Palace
  • From the Office of the Vice President
  • Election 2022

Presidential/VP race

  • Pharmally controversy
  • Oil price increases
  • No politics on texts please
  • PH-Austria relations
  1. Education Corner
  1. Health workers’ lament
  1. New teachers
  1. Business Corner
  1. Judiciary Corner
  1. Legislative Corner
  1. PNP Corner
  1. Religious Corner
  1. Science Corner
  1. Metro Roundup
  • Provincial Roundup
https://mb.com.ph/2021/10/12/residents-crossing-river-to-avoid-onslaught-of-ts-maring-rescued-in-cagayan/
https://mb.com.ph/2021/10/12/87-families-in-pangasinan-evacuated-due-to-maring/
 
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